A monthly series on astronomy What Makes a Radio Galaxy? by Robin CONWAY , Ph.D., F.R.A.S. of the Nuffield Radio
Astronomy Laboratories, Jodrell Bank
With improved techniques, astronomers have recently learned a great deal about cosmic radio sources. They can now put forward theories to explain why some galaxies emit radio waves, and not others.
Forty lessons designed for listeners with no previous knowledge of the language Lesson 1
Script by ANTHONY WATSON and EDITH R. BAER
Produced by EDITH R. BAER Monday's broadcast
For details of accompanying booklet see page 56
Introduced by Roy HAY Seven Years Hard
DAVID STORRIE reports on the work he has been doing since 1956 when he began to create a new garden in a cold, clay field in Eastern Scotland
Feeding the Leaves
ERIC HERWIN, N.A.A.S.,
Regional Horticultural Officer, talks about the advantages of foliar feeding
Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
The Four Stages of Driving: by RONALD PRIESTLEY. 3: The Technique of Advanced Driving The Pitfalls of Car Hire: by PAT GREGORY
Capital Depreciation: ROBIN RICHARDS explains how and when a car decreases in value
Driving in Fog: Some advice about techniques and equipment from ROBIN RICHARDS
Road Conditions: a review of the week ahead
Repeated on Saturday at 12.0 (Home)
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