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Forty lessons designed for listeners with no previous knowledge of the language Lesson 7
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of PABLO SOTO AMELIA DIAZ as Dolores
CARLOS NovI as Pepe
Produced by HENRY BENTINCK Monday's broadcast
Booklet details: page 36


Introduced By: Jacinta Castillejo
Unknown: Pablo Soto
Unknown: Amelia Diaz
Unknown: Carlos Novi
Script By: Anthony Watson
Script By: Edith R. Baer
Produced By: Henry Bentinck


Introduced by Roy HAY
To Dig or not to Dig: That is the question answered by ARTHUR BILLITT , Head of the Lenton Experimental Station, who gives his own views on the pros and cons of spadework in the garden.
Dwarf Pyramids: TOM MAIT-LAND, County Horticultural Instructor for Somerset, talks about this ideal method for growing a selection of apples in a small garden.


Introduced By: Roy Hay
Unknown: Arthur Billitt


Introduced by BILL HARTLEY No Crime, No Punishment: views on a topical subject expressed by DANE SINCLAIR The No-Claim Bonus:
JOHN GASELEE of the Insurance Record reviews the present position Defeating Some Winter problems: some practical suggestions for aiding winter motoring by J. B. ASHBY
Road Conditions: a review of the week ahead


Introduced By: Bill Hartley
Unknown: Dane Sinclair
Unknown: John Gaselee
Unknown: J. B. Ashby

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