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: ORGAN RECITAL

by Lucian NETHSINGHA
From St Michael's College. Tenbury

: SOUND

On Sound
Introduced by DOUGLAS BROWN
Editor of Tape Recording Magazine
The prospects for stereo
G. J. PHILLIPS. ph.D of the BBC's Research Department, talks about the technical possibilities of multiplex stereo RICHAED Makjkott , Assistant Director of Sound Bread-casting, answers questions from DOUGLAS BROWN about the BBC's intentions for stereophonic radio
The Voice and the Mike
With various types of microphone in use at the BBC. H
BURRELI HADDEN , BBC instructor in studio operations. demonstrates how the choice of microphone and its position affect speech quality.
Produced by R E KEEN

Contributors

Introduced By: Douglas Brown
Unknown: G. J. Phillips.
Unknown: Richaed Makjkott
Unknown: Douglas Brown
Unknown: Burreli Hadden

: PARENTS AND CHILDREN

Children Confined: when your accommodation is very limited. when you live in furnished flats or rooms, how do you happily occupy the children? CLAIRE RAYNOR discusses this problem with MARGARET CORLEY
Babies Needing Special Care: the separation of a newly-born baby from its mother in order to receive special medical care can cause problems for the mother. A psychiatrist. a hospital sister who works in a Special Care Unit, and a mother whose baby received such care. talk with Joan YORKE

Contributors

Unknown: Claire Raynor
Unknown: Margaret Corley
Unknown: Joan Yorke

: CHESS

Amateurs v. Internationals
F. A. RHODEN and R. E. RUSHROOK (White) consult against LEONARD BARDEN and JOHN LITTLEWOOD
Position after Black's (8-1 N-B3: rlbqk2r. pp3ppp/2nb1n2/2p5/7Q/ P1N5 1P2PPP/R1B1KBNR
My Gravest Error
6: C. H.O.D. Alexander
Position to be discussed (and dictated):
2r2rlk 6pl/3Q4/7n/lPQ341/ PlNb4/5BBP/R3RIK1 (White to play)
Arranged by TERENCE TILLER

Contributors

Unknown: F. A. Rhoden
Unknown: R. E. Rushrook
Unknown: Leonard Barden
Unknown: John Littlewood
Arranged By: Terence Tiller

: Nature News

Bruce Campbell introduces:
The Wagtails of O'Connell Street: Jeffery Boswall, back from Dublin, with a recording
Iceland's New Volcanic Island: Arthur Bourne has seen it from the air
Eavesdropping on a Queen Bee: Eddy Woods describes the apidictor
After Caen: Stanley Cramp discusses the recent Birds of Prey Conference with European experts

Contributors

Unknown: Jeffery Boswall
Unknown: Eddy Woods

: TALKING ABOUT MUSIC

† ROGER NORTH








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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