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by Geraint Jones
From St. Michael and All Angels Croydon, Surrey


Unknown: Geraint Jones


Second Series
Programme 12
Script by S. J. W. Salami
A Listen and Learn series


Introduced by John Lade
Reviews of some recent records of Schumann songs and of music by Stravinsky by Joan Chissell and Jeremy Noble


Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Joan Chissell
Unknown: Jeremy Noble


5: Sickert's
PORTRAIT OF ISRAELZANGWILL in the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Edinburgh
Speaker: Michael Ayrton
Sunday's 'recorded broadcast in the Home Service


Unknown: Michael Ayrton


Work in the world of science
NEW METALS FOR NEW NEEDS by N. P. Inglis , Ph.D., F.I.M.
Nuclear power, supersonic flight, and chemical engineering are creating a demand for new metals. In the laboratories for years there have been what were regarded as scientific curios-metals like niobium, zirconium, hafnium, and beryllium. Today these metals are of growing industrial importance, and Dr. Inglis discusses why this is so.


Unknown: N. P. Inglis

: Third Programme

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: Closedown

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