Introduced by Douglas Brown
More about Interviewing: from BBC interviewer Leslie Smith and three amateurs-Dee Harris. Henry Hop-finger. Ronald Tucker ; with examples from interviews they have recorded
Cordell on record: Frank Cordell talks to Steve Race about some of his records and the way they were made Produced by Richard Keen
The lessons presented by Luisa Rapaccini based on her book Parlo Italiano a textbook for beginners
Recorded broadcast of Jan. 30, 1961 Details of the booklet, supplement, and pronunciation disc on page 30
An Inter-County Competition
Final, Part 2
F. Farrington. J. Miezls R. S. Brock , R. Higson
Sussex F. North. J. Pugh
C. Summers . G. Bernard
This is the hand they play: North dealer, love all:
A Problem by Arnoldo Ellermaa Talk by Michael Lipton
How Well Do You PlayT
Leonard Barden invites listeners to match their wits against the Masters Position after Black's (12) ... QPxP rlbqlklr/plp5/2p2bpp/4pp2/
Some Foreign Chess Magazines Review by A. J. Roycroft Programme arranged by Terence Tiller
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