6.30 German for Beginners
Lesson 16 given by SYDNEY SALAMÃ‰ with the help of SABINE MICHAEL
HANNAH NORBERT as Frau Weber
LILLI DURRA as Frau MÃ¼ller
Script by SYDNEY SALAMÃ‰
Produced by EDITH R. BAER Third broadcast
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6.50 Taking Issue
A new series of programmes in which the arguments surrounding an issue of current controversy are clearly stated
This week: Two Ministers of Education?
For: SIR ROBERT AITKEN Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham
Against: SIR WILLIAM ALEXANDER Secretary, Association of Education Committees
Chairman, LESLIE SMITH
7.10-7.30 Painting of the Month: 1: POUSSIN 1593/4-1665:
"The Nurture of Jupiter" in Dulwich College Picture Gallery, London
Speaker, ROBERT MEDLEY, Artist and Head of Department of Painting and Sculpture, Camberwell School of Art, London
Produced by RODNEY BENNETT
These broadcasts are part of a scheme for subscribers who are supplied with a colour print of the painting discussed together with background notes and illustrations in black and white. An Innovation this year is a supplementary series in which speakers discuss other aspects of the visual arts - sculpture, ceramics. architecture, etc. The material will be dispatched quarterly.
Introduced by BILL HARTLEY
Motoring in other Countries: California, U.S.A., by KEITH WILLIAMS Night Driving: some advice from RONALD PRIESTLEY
The Paper Way to Motoring: CHARLES HOLLAND recalls the problems of a holiday abroad Motorists Under Arrest by 'THE LAWYER '
Road Conditions: a review of the week ahead
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