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Second of three programmes based on the Christmas Eve Service (in French) from the Taize Community in Burgundy Introduced by PAULETTE PRENEY
Last, programme: Sunday, 3.40 p.m.


Introduced By: Paulette Preney


Introduced by Roy HAY
What Went Wrong? As usual, 1962 has brought its ' crop ' of gardening problems, and two horticultural advisers, ALFRED LUGG from Hertfordshire and TOM MAITLAND from Somerset, discuss some of the commonest of them
The Right Outlook: L. P. Smith talks about gardening lessons learned from the year's weather


Introduced By: Roy Hay
Unknown: Alfred Lugg
Unknown: Tom Maitland
Talks: L. P. Smith


Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
The Motorist in 1962: PAT GREGORY of the Royal Automobile Club reviews the motorists' year
The Year's Legislation: ' The Lawyer ' talks about the highlights that affect the motorist
Traffic Problems: Robin RICH-ARDS interviews ASSISTANT ComMISSIONER J. L. WALDRON. C.V.O.. of Scotland Yard, and MAX FRANCIS of the British Road Federation
Let's Take The Dog: Some advice from VIVIEN BATCHELOR about dogs in cars
Shortened version, Saturday at
12.10 (Home)


Introduced By: Bill Hartley
Unknown: Pat Gregory
Unknown: J. L. Waldron.
Unknown: Max Francis
Unknown: Vivien Batchelor

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Today's overseas commodity and financial news; London Stock Market closing report

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