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: STUDY SESSION

6.30 Facts in Focus
Industrial Affairs
6: Wage Drift by GEOFFREY STUTTARD
&35 Spanish for Beginners
A course of forty lessons
Lesson 27
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of PABLO Sot *
PALMIRA GALLURALDE as Sefiora de Alonso
FERNANDO NOLLA as the shopkeeper
Script by ANTHONY WATSON and GEORGE WALTON SCOTT
Produced by GEORGE WALTON SCOTT
Last Monday's broadcast
7.0 Background to Music
A series on the history and conventions of opera 26: Chamber Opera
Illustrated talk by ALAN RIDOUT

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Stuttard
Introduced By: Jacinta Castillejo
Unknown: Pablo Sot
Unknown: Sefiora de Alonso
Unknown: Fernando Nolla
Script By: Anthony Watson
Script By: George Walton Scott
Produced By: George Walton Scott
Talk By: Alan Ridout

: CHRISTIAN OUTLOOK

Introduced by WALTER MAC DONALD
News Comment: HOWARD WILLIAMS
' Pity My Simplicity
Paul Sangster 's account of the evangelical revival and the religious education of children in the eighteenth century is reviewed by ALAN GIBSON
Becket: MARYVONNE BUTCHER reviews the new Paramount film of Anouilh's play, directed by Peter Glenville , and now showing at the Plaza Theatre. Regent Street, London

Contributors

Introduced By: Walter Mac
Unknown: Howard Williams
Unknown: Paul Sangster
Reviewed By: Alan Gibson
Directed By: Peter Glenville








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