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: ORGAN RECITAL

by ERIC CHADWICK
From Manchester Town Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Chadwick

: SOUND

The 1963 International
Amateur Recording Contest
The programme also includes interviews with leading sound hunters of the Continent
Introduced by DOUGLAS BROWN Produced by George ANGELL
Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By: Douglas Brown
Produced By: George Angell

: PARENTS AND CHILDREN

The Child at School
1: The Cross-lateral Child
Speakers: a doctor who works in neurology
An educational psychologist Chairman. a Professor of Child Health
Broadcast on August 26. 1963

: CHESS

Playing to Win by R. J. BROADBENT
Consultation Match
Oxford v. Cambridge
Position after Black's (24) PxKNP:
4rrlk/pp5p/2plpq2/3pR3/2PPbS/ 1P4PB/P3QPIP/4R1K1
The Latest from Hastings
Report on the International Congress
Arranged by TERENCE TILLER

Contributors

Unknown: R. J. Broadbent
Arranged By: Terence Tiller

: THE ARCHAEOLOGIST

A monthly programme reflecting the archaeological scene
Digging in Downing Street
NORMAN COOK
Keeper of the Guildhall Museum talks to
PETER CURNOW and MICHAEL GREEN of the Ministry of Public Buildings and Works about the Roman, Saxon. and Tudor discoveries made during the rebuilding of the Treasury and Downing Street Produced by JACK SINGLETON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Curnow
Unknown: Michael Green
Produced By: Jack Singleton

: TALKING ABOUT MUSIC

Antony HOPKIN.

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Hopkin.








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