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: STUDY SESSION

6.30 Shorthand
Dictation Practice at the lower speeds:
60-90 words a minute
Compiled by MARY DE LA MAHOTIÈRE
For those who want to keep up or improve their speeds in any shorthand system
Higher speeds: Thursdays, 6.30
6.4S Use Your Russian
Twelve lessons based on a letter from VERA LEBEDEVA
Recorded by courtesy of Moscow Radio
Lesson 2
Introduced by ALEXIS BOBRINSKOY with EMMIE VOSNESENSKAY and MARGARET COLLIE
Broadcast on May 30. 1963
7.5 East African Studies
The Economic Base
After independence the people expect a better life. How is this better life to be provided? This is the question raised" tonight by DR. CYRIL EHRLICH. DAVID WALKER. Professor of Economics in the University of Exeter, and ANDREW SHON -FIELD attempt to answer it Introduced by IAN MCINTYRE
The fourth of six programmes
Produced by ROGER OWEN

Contributors

Unknown: Mary de la Mahotière
Introduced By: Alexis Bobrinskoy
Unknown: Emmie Vosnesenskay
Unknown: Margaret Collie
Unknown: Dr. Cyril Ehrlich.
Unknown: David Walker.
Unknown: Andrew Shon
Introduced By: Ian McIntyre
Produced By: Roger Owen

: SCIENCE SURVEY

Undesirable Imports by A. W. DOWNIE , M.D., F.R.S. Professor of Bacteriology, University of Liverpool
Certain serious infectious diseases that were once prevalent in this country are now confined to the less well-developed regions of the world. But they are occasionally imported into Britain, whereupon vigorous measures must be taken to confine their spread. Professor Downie illustrates this in relation to the recent history of smallpox in Britain.

Contributors

Unknown: A. W. Downie

: FARMING TODAY

A review of agriculture Introduced by GEORGE SIGSWORTH
Produced by ARCHIE MACPHEE

Contributors

Introduced By: George Sigsworth
Produced By: Archie MacPhee








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