A monthly magazine with news of people, problems, and pleasures of special interest to blind listeners
Introduced by David Scott Blackball
Recorded broadcast of July 17
Next edition: Tuesday, August 14
10: Excursion en autocar
Introduced in French and English by Paul Couster
French text by Charlotte Crozet Produced by Elsie Ferguson Recorded broadcast of May 3
A 116-page booklet containing texts, explanatory notes, and vocabulary, to accompany this series can be obtained through newsagents or booksellers, price Ss., or by sending a crossed postal order to [address removed]
A French pronunciation disc, sponsored by the BBC, has also been prepared, with texts read by French speakers . It can be obtained from BBC Publications, price 5s. 3d. plus 9d. for postage and packing.
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