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: FOR TECHNICAL COLLEGES

Communication in Work
4: Asking Questions (i)
Script by B. C. HORTON Tuesday's broadcast

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Script By: B. C. Horton

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Introduced by DAVID EDWARDS
News Comment: by HOWARD WILLIAMS Teachers for Africa: THE
BISHOP OF LONDON speaks of this crying need and what the Churches in Britain can do to meet it
Menono Revisited:
DICK HOWELL , an Australian Brethren missionary, reports on a visit to the Congo, where he had taught for thirty years before independence

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Introduced By: David Edwards
Unknown: Howard Williams
Unknown: Dick Howell

: FRENCH READINGS

Twelve readings from classical and modern authors
4: Gerard de Nerval (1808-1855)
Excerpts from Sylvie
Poetry
Introduced by PAULETTE PRENEY Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON

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Introduced By: Paulette Preney
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson

: SCIENCE SURVEY

Substitute Voices by R. V. TAIT
Loss of the natural voice apparatus does not necessarily mean that one is deprived of speech. Medicinal electronics may provide a substitute as demonstrated in this Science Survey.

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Voices By: R. V. Tait

: Third Programme

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