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Recorded during the International Organ Festival held in the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St. Alban. June 26-30


Unknown: Martin Neary


Useful Studies by ASSIAC
Positions to be discussed:
(i) 1N6/5p2/5Kb1/8/1p6/7B/ 5k2/8
(ii) 8/6pl/lK2p3/2pplpkP/P7/ 7P/3P4/8
Personalities of Chess by HARRY GOLOMBEK
Vera Menchik
News of the British Championship by HARRY GOLOMBEK Arranged by TERENCE TILLER


Unknown: Harry Golombek
Unknown: Vera Menchik
Unknown: Harry Golombek
Arranged By: Terence Tiller

: Starting Russian: Lesson 39

A course of forty-one lessons

(Repeated on Tuesday at 6.30)

(For details of accompanying book and pronunciation disc see page 24)


Writer: Kyra Ericsson
Participant: Kornei Chukovsky
Participant: Antony Stokes
Participant: Victor Gregoriy
Participant: Emmie Vosnesenskaya


News of people, problems, and pleasures of special interest to blind listeners
Introduced by JOHN JARVIS Originally broadcast on August


Introduced By: John Jarvis


ƗALEC ROBERTSON introduces some of the music to be broadcast from the Promenade Concerts during the coming week
Repeated on Monday at, 9.25 a.m. (Home)


Introduces: Alec Robertson

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