A magazine for radio and and recording enthusiasts
The Ears Have It: an enquiry into the quality of TV sound
Sound interviews members of the public and discusses the matter with representatives of the BBC Sound and Television Services, a television receiver development engineer, and an executive of the Radio and Television Manufacturers' Association
Introduced by Douglas BROWN
Produced by GEORGE ANGELL
A monthly series on astronomy
Orbits and Gravity by J. G. PORTER , Ph.D., F.R.A.S.
This month Dr. Porter talks about some interesting orbits-of double stars, comets, minor planets, and satellites-and of how they are aU explained by the universal law of gravitation.
A series examining modern maternity care, including the experience of childbirth
4: Husbands and fathers
Should they be present at the birth? How can they help? Speakers:
Two other fathers
A professor of obstetrics and gynaecology
GLIGORIC and PENROSE (White) V. TAL and GOLOMBEK (Black)
Position after Whites (20) B-B4:
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The Reykjavik Tournament
Report by R. G. WADE
Postponed from February 16
Arranged by TERENCE Tiller
Archaeology and the Microscope This is the title of a new book by LEO BIEK who discusses the co-operation between industrial science and archaeology with Roy NEWTON of the British Glass Industry Research Association, and GERALD SHAW , a research chemist for a leading glass manufacturer
Introduced by JOHN IRVING
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