LESSON 1 presented by Sydney Salami assisted by Sabine Michael
Hannah Norbert as Frau Weber Joseph Stein as Herr Weber Script by Sydney Salame Planned and produced by Edith R. Baer ..
Monday's recorded broadcast
Introduced by Roy Hay
Walk-Around Beds: Alan Bloom talks about the advantages of island beds
For Aye: Noel Prockter suggests some worthwhile permanent plantings for the garden
Produced by John Greenslade
Introduced by Bill Hartley CROSS ROADS
A special edition before an audience at the City of Birmingham Police Training and Recreational Centre
Answering questions are:
Permanent Under-Secretary to the Ministry of Transport
Technical Editor of The Motor
THE LAWYER TONY BROOKS a retired racing driver
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