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by Arnold Richardson
From City Temple, London


An easy anthology Lesson 12
Twenty-one language lessons based on a pamphlet with grammar commentary by Dennis Ward
University of Edinburgh Script by Peter Norman University of London
Those taking part:
Emmie Vosnesenskaya Peter Norman
Constantin Platonov with the recorded voice of N. Litvinov
Production by Ariadne Nicolaeff
Recorded broadcast of Dec. 15. 1960


Commentary By: Dennis Ward
Script By: Peter Norman
Unknown: Vosnesenskaya Peter Norman
Unknown: Constantin Platonov
Production By: Ariadne Nicolaeff


Work in the world of science
2: Social Amoebas by Brian Shaffer of the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
We are all societies of living, co-operating cells, but we are so complex that the interactions between individual cells are difficult to study. Social amoebas (or slime moulds ') are much simpler. They lead alternately solitary and social lives, and the way they ' team up,' when necessary, can be investigated directly.


Unknown: Brian Shaffer

: Third Programme

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Today's overseas commodity and financial news. and the London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown

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