This is the first of three talks about the recent meeting of the International Astronomical Union. Dr. Hewish reports on the special symposium on the sun's corona.
The diagram represents the outflow of material from the quiet sun. The material follows the sun's lines of magnetic force
Introduced by Roy Hay
Combinations for Complete Coverage Richard Martyr, Principal of the Pershore Institute of Horticulture, on ground cover plants and other plants to grow with them Seed Selection
W. F. Bewley gives advice on how to save and store seed from your garden for sowing next year Produced by John Greenslade
Introduced by Bill Hartley
The Ministry of Transport Replies
A spokesman discusses questions of interest about traffic and road safety The Frankfurt Motor Show
A report from Courtenay Edwards The Lawyer
Parking systems in different capital cities
The Problems of Giving Evidence
Some comments from Sammy Davis Produced by David Glencross
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