introduced by WALTER MACDONALD
News Comment: by EDWARD ROGERS Father Forgive:
The Bishop of Westphalia will be assisted next Sunday by the Provost of Coventry at the dedication of a new church. Its pastor, DR. FRITZ KEIENBURG , tells what lies behind this ' Church of Reconciliation ' at Munster An Anglo-Chinese Club:
VERNON STONES describes some of the problems of Chinese women married to British servicemen, and the monthly meetings to which he invites fifty such couples living in and around London
Twenty programmes designed to help the listener with some knowledge of the language to increase his understanding of colloquial Italian
Presented in Italian and English by ARIELLA REGGIO 1: Arrivo alia stazione
Script by PIETRO GIORGETTI and ELSIE FERGUSON
Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON Broadcast on January 3
For details of accompanying booklet see page 56
f by PATRICK RIVETT
Science has provided the know-how on which much of modern industry depends; increasingly it is turning to the study of business organisation and method. Patrick Rivett , who becomes the country's first professor of operational research at Lancaster, looks at ways in which this rapidly developing subject can contribute to the increase of national productivity.
Repeated on Saturday at 10.0 a.m. (Home Services, not West)
October 10: Expensive Noises by E. J. Richards
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