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The 125th Annual Meeting of the British Association opened in Aberdeen on Wednesday ARCHIE CLOWreports , and introduces scientists attending the Meeting


Unknown: Archie Clowreports


Gardening in Switzerland Last of five programmes of horticultural reports from Switzerland
Roy HAY , ARTHUR BILLITT , and WILL INGWERSEN travel by motor boat from Porto Ronco near Locarno to Isole di Brissago to see the Mediterranean flora and tropical plants on this island. From there they travel north-wards to visit an experimental station and a horticultural artist near Zurich.


Unknown: Roy Hay
Unknown: Arthur Billitt


Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
A Northern Ireland edition from Belfast
The Police and the Traffic In Northern Ireland: by DISTRICT INSPECTOR JOHN HENDERSON. Of the Royal Ulster Constabulary
Border Crossing: JACK NIHILL, motoring correspondent of the Irish News, talks about the land frontier between Ulster and the Irish Republic
In my view..... Motoring in Northern Ireland, by NEVILLE MARTIN, J.P .


Introduced By: Bill Hartley
Unknown: Neville Martin, J.P

: Third Programme


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

: Closedown

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