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6.30 German for Beginners
Lesson 30 given by SYDNEY SALAME with the help of SABINE MICHAEL
Produced by EDITH R. BAER
Third broadcast
6.50 Taking Issue
A series of programmes in which the arguments surrounding an issue of current controversy are clearly stated Should membership of a trade union be compulsory? with CHARLES SMITH
General Secretary of the Post Office Engineering Union GEOFFREY STUTTARD Staff Tutor in Industrial Relations University of London
Introduced by LESLIE SMITH
7.10 Painting of the Month
Supplementary Series
4: Ming Dynasty Porcelain Fishbowl in the City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham
Assistant Keeper,
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
These talks are being printed in ' The Listener '


Unknown: Sydney Salame
Unknown: Sabine Michael
Script By: Sydney Salame
Produced By: Edith R. Baer
Unknown: Charles Smith
Unknown: Geoffrey Stuttard
Introduced By: Leslie Smith
Unknown: Jock Palmer
Produced By: Rodney Bennett
Herr Weber: Joseph Stein
Frau Weber: Hannah Norbert


Ladies' Night
Introduced by Jim PESTRIDGE
Women and the Motor Car: A contentious comment by ANN CLAYTON
A Magic Cure for Car Sickness by FRANCES GARVEY
Car Sitter Wanted: A novel way round a common difficulty explained by JEAN BOWDEN
My Views on Road Safety by LINNY LININGTON , an experienced woman driver
Road Conditions: a review of the week ahead


Introduced By: Jim Pestridge
Unknown: Frances Garvey
Unknown: Jean Bowden
Unknown: Linny Linington

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