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A course of forty lessons Lesson 12
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of PABLO SOTO AMELIA DIAZ as Dolores CARLOS NOVI as Pepe Script by ANTHONY WATSON and EDITH R. BAER
Produced by EDITH R. BAER Monday's broadcast


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


Introduced by Roy HAY
Interplanttng in the Flower Garden: FRED WHITSEY suggests planting ideas for mass effect
Climbing under Glass: JOHN WARREN of the Riseholme Farm Institute in Lincolnshire talks about some glasshouse climbers


Introduced By: Roy Hay
Unknown: Fred Whitsey
Unknown: John Warren


Recorded before an audience of motoring enthusiasts from the East Surrey Motor Club
Answering their questions are COURTENAY EDWARDS
Motoring Correspondent of The Sunday Telegraph
Technical writer on automobile engineering GEORGE EYLES
Director of Tests at the Institute of Advanced Motorists
TONY Brooks
Motoring journalist and ex-Grand Prix racing driver Chairman, BILL HARTLEY with a summary of Road Conditions for the coming week
Produced by Richard BUROOD


Unknown: George Eyles
Unknown: Bill Hartley
Produced By: Richard Burood

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