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In the South
Introduced by Douglas Clarke ROAD AND RAIL
An enquiry by Ian Waller
Much has been done recently to dovetail road and rail services; much remains to be done. Ian Waller talks with customers and officials of British Railways and with some bus operators.


Introduced By: Douglas Clarke
Unknown: Ian Waller
Talks: Ian Waller


A series of forty lessons
Script by Ronald Hingley Lesson 8
Recorded broadcast of Dec. 28. 1969
A Listen and Learn series


Script By: Ronald Hingley


The panel discusses questions submitted by listeners
Guest panelists
R. 1. Beattie (Eastbourne) and G. C. H. Fox (London)
They bid the following hand
Dealer. West: Bast-West aama
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin


Unknown: G. C. H. Fox
Introduced By: Terence Reese
Introduced By: Harold Franklin


An Element of Chance
Talk by ' Assiac '
Positions to be discussed
(a) 24/2k5/4R3/8/p3pr2/K7 (b) 8/5pkp/5qpI/2Rpln2/
8/3PPNP1 /rr3PKP/2Q2R2
Cafe Chess
Talk by David Pritchard
Master v. Listeners
MASTER (White): Chennek Kottnauer LISTENERS (Black): Harry Golombek


Talk By: David Pritchard
Unknown: Harry Golombek


Deryck Cooke discusses a work or theme of current interest


Unknown: Deryck Cooke

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