A series of ten programmes for older students in which GEOFFREY STUTTARD, with the help of those who work in it, looks at some of the characteristics and problems of British industry
7: The Structure of Industry
NOT SCOTTISH TRANSMITTERS
Religious Service for Primary Schools
Introductory Music-Suite: The
Wise Virgins, Bach-Walton 9.35 THE Service
Jesus shall reign (Tune, Truro:
Interlude: The Story of Moses.
7: The death of Moses
The Lord's Prayer
In Christ there is no east or west (Tunc, St. Stephen: S.P. 250)
60-90 words a minute
Compiled by S. V. McNEFF
6.45 French Readings
3: Georges Simenon
L'homme dans la rue
Introduced by Paulette PRENEY
Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON
Broadcast on Nov. 1, 1962
7.5 Background to the Budget
Four programmes on the system of control and allocation of our national revenue, and the ways in which large-scale national planning is changing it
ANTHONY ASHTON is the main speaker in the series. He is an economist who has been a financial journalist, an international Civil Servant, and is now Treasurer to a large industrial company
1: Why the Government needs money, and how it gets it by ANTHONY ASHTON
Can the staphylococcus Tight back? by M. H. RICHMOND of the National Institute for Medical Research
SQon after penicillin was first used in 1945 penicillin-resistant forms of staphylococcus aureus appeared in hospitals. These remained a serious problem till 1960, when new penicillins that would kill them were synthesised. These new penicillins are very effective, but already occasional examples of resistance to them have been noticed. What does the future hold?
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