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: ORGAN RECITAL

by John Dalby
From St. Machar's Cathedral Aberdeen

Contributors

Unknown: John Dalby

: KEEP UP YOUR RUSSIAN

An easy anthology
Lesson 13
Twenty language lessons based on a pamphlet with grammar commentary by Dennis Ward
U, iversity of Edinburgh Script by Peter Norman Ur iversity of London
Takingpart
Emmie Vosnesenskaya
Peter Norman , Sergei Utechin
Production by Ariadne Nicolaeff
A Listen and Learn series

Contributors

Commentary By: Dennis Ward
Script By: Peter Norman
Unknown: Emmie Vosnesenskaya
Unknown: Peter Norman
Unknown: Sergei Utechin
Production By: Ariadne Nicolaeff

: RECORD REVIEW

Introduced by John Lade
A SURVEY OF 1960
Outstanding records reviewed by Felix Aprahamian , Joan Chissell Martin Cooper , Andrew Porter and John Warrack

Contributors

Introduced By: John Lade
Reviewed By: Felix Aprahamian
Reviewed By: Joan Chissell
Reviewed By: Martin Cooper
Reviewed By: Andrew Porter
Reviewed By: John Warrack

: SCIENCE SURVEY

Work in the world of science
LOW TEMPERATURE
TECHNOLOGY by Kurt Mendelssohn , F.R.S. Clarendon Laboratory,
Oxford Dr. Mendelssohn traces the evolution of a new technology from the first clue (the result of an accident in a garden-house in a little French town) to the threshold of launching space-ships to explore the solar system.
He also describes some of the benefits that fundamental science is deriving from a concentration on the development of rockets and satellites.
Repeated Sat., 9.10 a.m. (Home)

Contributors

Unknown: Kurt Mendelssohn
Unknown: Oxford Dr.

: Third Programme

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: MARKET TRENDS

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