in the South
Introduced by Douglas Clarke
Rough Bides: How serious is the problem of badly riding trams and what is being done to correct it? G. Freeman Allen , editor of Trains Illustrated, talks to R. C. Bond , technical adviser, B.T.C.; J. F. Harrison , chief mechanica engineer B.T.C.; R. A. Smeddle , chief mechanical and electrical engineer. Western Region
Austrian Centenary: P. Ransome Wallis -introduces some recordings made on the Graz Koflacherbahn
A series of forty lessons
Script by Ronald Hingley
Professor Sidorov.....Victor Gregorty Tom Davenport. ....Peter Woodthorpe Produced by Raymond Escoffey
Recorded broadcast of January 25 A Listen and Learn series
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The panel discusses questions submitted by listeners
Guest panellists: L. Dodds and Alderman J. F. Haarer , Mayor of Torquay
They bid the following hand Dealer, West: love-all West East
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
Alderman J. F.
My Favourite Game
Talks by Masters and Enthusiasts 15: Eileen Tranmer
The Edinburgh Chess Club Talk by David Simpson
A Galaxy of Grandmasters
Interviews recorded in Leipzig this year by Leonard Barden
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