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Great Britain w. U.S.A. or Venezuela
For details see page 40


Unknown: Britain W. U.S.A.


Introduced by ROY HAY
Little Glass -efits
JOHN WARREN of the Rischolme Farm Institute in Lincolnshire gives advice on how to make good use of cloches
New Angles with Bulbs
PETER RUSSELL suggests some new ways of growing bulbs both indoors and in the garden


Introduced By: Roy Hay
Introduced By: Little Glass
Unknown: John Warren
Unknown: Peter Russell


Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
The Four Stages of Driving: by RONALD PRIESTLEY. 2: Now You Are On Your Own
Are Good Drivers Born or Made?: by PHILIP HEWITT MYRING
Jay Walker : The Head of the London Traffic Division of the Ministry of Transport talks about the Pedestrian Control Experiment
Statutory Lights for Stationary Vehicles: by THE LAWYER
Road Conditions: a review of the week ahead
Repeated on Saturday at 120 0 (Howe)


Introduced By: Bill Hartley
Unknown: Ronald Priestley.
Unknown: Philip Hewitt
Unknown: Jay Walker

: Third Programme


: Closedown

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