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by Francis Jackson
Part of the first recital, given last Saturday, on the new organ in the Church of St. James the Greater, Leicester


Unknown: Francis Jackson


Last of a series of weekly programmes for those interested in French life and language
10: Some Modern Novelists with the recorded voices of Colette, Jean Giono , and St. Exupery
The programmes are presented by JACQUES BRUNIUS , who introduces the subject in English, comments in French and English on points of grammar, syntax, and vocabulary which are of special difficulty or interest, and presents the chosen texts, songs, or extracts from plays and films. Devised and produced by Elsie Ferguson


Unknown: Jean Giono
Presented By: Jacques Brunius
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson


In the South
Introduced by Douglas Clarke
High Speeds on Balls: Cecil J. Allen , once a permanent way engineer, studies' some of the problems On Railways in Finland: some recordings, by P. Ran&ome-Wall.is
How to Start a Transport Museum: T. P. Hally Brown , talks with Dr. W. A. de Sailis , progenitor of the . Verkehrehaus. at Lucerne
Midland In a Museum: Douglas Clarke describes the Midland Railway exhibit in Derby Museum
The first three, items are recorded
Last programme of the present series


Introduced By: Douglas Clarke
Unknown: Cecil J. Allen
Talks: T. P. Hally Brown
Unknown: Dr. W. A. de Sailis
Unknown: Douglas Clarke

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