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6.30 German for Beginners
Lesson 28 given by SYDNEY Salam* with the help of SABINE MICHAEL
JOSEPH STEIN as Herr Weber
ROLF RICHARDS as Direktor Rupp
Script by SYDNEY Salami and EDITH R. BAER
Produced by EDITH R. BAER f Third broadcast
6.50 Taking Issue
A new series of programmes in which the arguments surrounding an issue of current controversy are clearly stated The Emigration of Scientists
BRIAN FLOWERS, F.R.S. Langworthy
Professor of Physics,
University of Manchester
Scientific Correspondent of The Guardian
T Chairman, LESLIE Smith
7.10 Painting of the Month
4: STUBBS 1724.1806
The Duke and Duchess of Richmond watching horses exercising painted between 1760-2 in Goodwood House. Sussex
Speaker, David Piper Assistant Keeper,
National Portrait Gallery, London
Repeated on Sunday at 10.10 p.m. (Home)
These talks are being printed M The Listener'
See page 20


Unknown: Sabine Michael
Unknown: Agnes Bernelle
Unknown: Gerda Weber
Unknown: Joseph Stein
Unknown: Herr Weber
Unknown: Rolf Richards
Unknown: Direktor Rupp
Script By: Sydney Salami
Unknown: Edith R. Baer
Produced By: Edith R. Baer
Unknown: Leslie Smith
Unknown: David Piper
Produced By: Rodney Bennett


Crossroads for Two-Wheelers
Recorded before an audience of motor cycling enthusiasts at a meeting of the Sunbeam Motor Cycle Club
Answering their questions are:
MURRAY WALKER , Motor cycling writer and commentator
Pat Gregory of the Royal Automobile Club
R. R. Reynolds , in charge of the Metropolitan Police Motor Driving School at Hendon
Editor of Motor Cycle
Chairman, JIM Pestridge with a summary of Read Conditions for the following week


Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: Pat Gregory
Unknown: R. R. Reynolds
Unknown: Jim Pestridge

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