in January by J. G. Porter , Ph.D., F.R.A.S.
This month Dr. Porter talks about the Companion of Sirius, and other white dwarf stars.
The diagram shows Orion and his dogs, as seen looking south at io.o p.m.
Introduced by Roy Hay
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER
John Sambrook and James Wilson talk about the new seed introductions for 1961 and compare them with the best of the old varieties
Produced by John Greenslade
Introduced by Bill Hartley
Aids to Motoring: a series introduced by Jim Pestridge. Road Lighting Developments
Why Pay a Delivery Charger: some comments from. St. John Nixon
The Lawyer: Motorist and pedestrian The Camping and Outdoor Life Exhibition: Roy McCarthy reports Produced by David Glencross
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