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Introduced by Douglas Brown.
Radiophonics - What and When
A discussion about the nature of artificial sound and its uses between H. A. L. Craig, a radio scriptwriter; Desmond Briscoe, of the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop; Michael Bakewell, a drama producer for BBC Sound; Antony Hopkins, a composer.
Produced by Richard Keen


Presenter: Douglas Brown
Speaker: H. A. L. Craig.
Speaker: Desmond Briscoe
Speaker: Michael Bakewell
Speaker: Antony Hopkins
Produced by: Richard Keen


Lesson 11
The lessons presented by Luisa Rapaccini based on her book Parlo Italiano a textbook for beginners
Recorded broadcast of Dec. 12, 1960 Details of the booklet, supplement, and pronunciation disc are on page 50


Presented By: Luisa Rapaccini
Unknown: Parlo Italiano


An Inter-County competition
Heat 2:
Kent Mrs. A. L. Fleming. G. C. H. Fox J. Sarjeant. A. W. Bowen
This is one of the hands they are required to play:
North dealer, game all:
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin


Unknown: Kent Mrs.
Unknown: A. L. Fleming.
Unknown: G. C. H. Fox
Unknown: J. Sarjeant.
Unknown: A. W. Bowen
Introduced By: Terence Reese
Introduced By: Harold Franklin


White to play and mate in three moves
Programme arranged by Terence Tiller


Unknown: R. G. Wade
Unknown: Sam Loyd
Talk By: A. J. Roycroft
Arranged By: Terence Tiller


Antony Hopkins

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