in the North
Introduced by T. P. Hally Brown
A New Year Miscellany: verse about railway subjects
Second Hearing: a selection of some of the footplate recordings broadcast during 1960
From A to B: a holiday problem
My Father Was a Driver: Mrs. Jessie Holloway recalls the days when her father David Horne started as a cleaner at Gorton and when he drove the fast goods on the G.C.R.
T. P. Hally
A series of forty lessons Script by Ronald Hingley Lesson 14
Produced by Raymond Escoffey
A Listen and Learn series
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White: BOBBY FISCHER
Grandmaster, three times United States Champion seconded by Leonard Barden Black: JONATHAN PENROSE three times British Champion in consultation with P. H. Clarke
Master v. Listeners
Chennek Kottnauer discusses the game he has just won
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