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by Francis Jackson
Recording of part of the first recital given on the new organ in the Paris" Church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Godalming, Surrey, on January 10.


Unknown: Francis Jackson


An easy anthology Lesgon 16
Twenty-one language lessons based on a pamphlet with grammar commentary by Dennis Ward
University of Edinburgh Dennis Ward answers listeners' questions with Emmie Vosnesenskaya
Production by Ariadne Nicolaeff


Commentary By: Dennis Ward
Production By: Ariadne Nicolaeff


A weekly programme about work in the world of science
WELDING by J. G. Ball
Professor of Physical Metallurgy Imperial College, London
Our own era is variously described as the plastics age, the atomic age, and so on. But there is a good case for thinking of it as the welded age. If we could not ioin things by welding our surroundings would be very different. There would be no new Forth Road Bridge and possibly no radio valves either. Professor Ball explains why.

: 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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