Balt-by-ball commentaries by Rex Alston , John Arlott
Alan Gibson , Roy Lawrence
Comments on play by F. R. Brown
Norman Yardley lunch, teatime, and close-of-play tummaries by E. W. Swanton
2.10-4.20* including teatime summary
4.30'-6.35 including close of play summary
Introduced by WALTER MACDONALD
MARK GIBBS Glossolalia: BERNARD MAYES reports on the ' Speaking with Tongues ' recently experienced among members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in San Francisco tA Portion for Foxes:
MAURICE HUSSEY suggests that the animals carved in our medieval churches have more than decorative significance
Twelve lessons based on a letter from VERA LUEDEVA
Recorded by courtesy of Moscow Radio Lesson 7: Introduced by ALEXIS BOBRINSKOY with EMMIE VOSNESENSKAYA and MARGARET COLLIE
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