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Introduced by John Kirby Teaching Tape: Editing
The teacher: 1. W. Jarman The pupil: Angela Jeffreys
The Rest in Silence: Norman Paul 's dramatised account of the last few hours of a young man in a condemned cell. (This tape won the Grand Prix at the 9th International Amateur Recording Contest held this year in Amsterdam)
The panel discusses questions submitted by listeners
Mrs. A. L. Fleming (Tunbridge Wells) and H. Collins (London)
They bid the following hand Dealer, East: love-all
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
Time and the Hour Talk by ' Assiac '
Positions to be discussed:
(a) 1R1K4/k1n5/Np6/1P1n4/32 (b) r3rnkl/5ppp/lq2p3/IplpN3/ 1P1P4/2R5/2PQ1PPP/4R1K1 The Norfolk and Norwich Chess ('Iub: 1836-1960
Talk by C. R. T. Martin
The Champion's Chess
Peter Clarke discusses points of master-play in games by Mikhail Ta)
The position to be discussed
White to play
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