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: FOR TECHNICAL COLLEGES

Communication in Work Tuesday's broadcast

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Introduced by WALTER MACDONALD
News Comment by MARK GIBBS Ascendit Deus a cantata by MALCOLM WILLIAMSON sung by the GUILDFORD CHORAL SOCIETY conducted by JOHN ALLDIS , with WILLIAM DAVIES , organ ' Hymns of Worship
ALAN GIBSON reviews the hymn book for Unitarian and Free Christian Churches revised this year

Contributors

Introduced By: Walter MacDonald
Unknown: Mark Gibbs
Unknown: Ascendit Deus
Unknown: Malcolm Williamson
Conducted By: John Alldis
Unknown: William Davies
Unknown: Alan Gibson

: FRENCH READINGS

Twelve readings from classical and modern authors
9: Colette: ' Lettres a Marguerite Moreno '
Poetry
Introduced by PAULETTE PRENEY Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON

Contributors

Unknown: Marguerite Moreno
Introduced By: Paulette Preney
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson

: SCIENCE SURVEY

Biology in Space
1: Limits of Life by P. H. A. SNEATH , M.D.
Some organisms are known to live under unexpectedly harsh conditions. Dr. Sneath discusses the significance of this for space biology as well as biology in general.

Contributors

Unknown: P. H. A. Sneath

: THE NIGHT SKY

A monthly series on astronomy
The amateur in radio-astronomy
Two months ago, PATRICK MOORE spoke of the role of the amateur in research in optical astronomy. Tonight, JOHN HEYwood and J. R. SMITH , two members of the radio-electronics section of the British Astronomical Association, discuss the amateur's contribution to radio astronomy.
Amateurs have shown that they can build radiotelescopes. The problem is whether they can use them effectively.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: J. R. Smith

: Third Programme

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: Closedown









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