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: STUDY SESSION

6.30 Shorthand Dictation
Practice
60-90 words a minute
Compiled by MARY DE LA MAHOTIÈRE
Higher speeds: Thursdays, 6.30
6.45 French Readings
Albert Camus
Poetry
Introduced by PAULETTE PRENEY
Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON
Broadcast on December 20. 1962
7.5 East African Studies
2: The Colonial Period
IAN MCINTYRE introduces the second of six programmes on the nature and origins of the problems facing East Africa. In it, DR.
MARGERY PERHAM considers the colonial past in the light of what it led to, and discusses her views with DR. ROLAND Oliver , Professor of the History of Africa in the University of London.
Produced by ROGER OWEN

Contributors

Unknown: Mary de la Mahotière
Unknown: Albert Camus
Introduced By: Paulette Preney
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson
Unknown: Dr. Roland Oliver
Produced By: Roger Owen

: SCIENCE SURVEY

The Science of Materials
3: The Strength of Plastics by LESLIE HOLLIDAY , F.R.I.C.
Perhaps in no other branch of materials science has the ability to tailor-make molecules to predetermined requirements gone so far as in plastics. But despite their success, scientists and technologists feel that they still have a long way to go. So far as strength Is concerned, for example, even the best plastics fall very far short of what is thought might be achieved. The strength of plastics is the topic of the third of this short series of Science Surveys on materials science.
Repeated on Saturday at 10.0 a.m. (Home Services, not West)

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Holliday








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