Script by SYDNEY SALAME
ROLF RICHARDS as Herr Miiller ANDREW SACHS as Richard with RENEE GODDARD LILLI DURRA and DAVID HADDA
Produced by ARTHUR LANGFORD Monday's broadcast
For details of accompanying booklet see page 42
Introduced by Roy HAY News from Overseas,
JOHN BRADSHAW talks about the latest horticultural developments in Canada
Buying a greenhouse?: JOHN WARREN of the Riseholme Farm Institute, Lincolnshire, discusses some of the latest trends in design
Introduced by Bill HARTLEY
Motoring Law: a discussion between ' The LAWYER' and HAMISH McN. HENDERSON of Edinburgh University
Paint and the Protection of Metalwork: the second of two talks by Dr. W. A. LEfS , a research paint chemist
Codes-Highland Highway: by DONALD C. CAMPBELL
So You're Going Abroad?: some hints and useful advice from Roy MCCARTHY
Dr. W. A.
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