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: STUDY SESSION

6.30 Shorthand
Dictation Practice
90-120 words a minute
Compiled by S. V. McNEFF
Lower speeds: Tuesdays, 6.30
6.40 French Readings
Recordings from classical and modern authors
2: Extracts from
La gloire de mon pere and Le cháteau de ma mere by Marcel Pagnnl
Introduced by PAULETTE PRENEY
Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON
Broadcast on October 18. 1962
7.0 The Novel Today
In the final programme in this series some of the scenes which have been touched on in the previous programmes and some of the ideas and judgments offered are discussed by PROFESSOR RICHARD HOGGART
DAN JACOBSON , and KARL MILLER
Produced by ROGER OWEN

Contributors

Unknown: S. V. McNeff
Unknown: Marcel Pagnnl
Introduced By: Paulette Preney
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson
Unknown: Professor Richard Hoggart
Unknown: Dan Jacobson
Unknown: Karl Miller
Produced By: Roger Owen

: IN YOUR GARDEN

Introduced by Roy HAY
Plants on Straw Bales: RON GARDNER describes a method of treating straw bales to give a good medium on which to grow plants in the garden or the greenhouse
Loosely Lilies: WILL INGWERSEN talks about the many plants that are wrongly called lilies








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