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: STUDY SESSION

6.30 Shorthand
Dictation Practice at the lower speeds
60-90 words a minute
Compiled by LILIAN G. MEDD
Higher speeds: Thursdays, 6.30
6.45 Use Your Russian
Twelve lessons based on a letter from VERA LEBEDEVA
Recorded by courtesy of Moscow Radio
Lesson 7
Introduced by ALEXIS BOBRINSKOY with Emmie VOSNESENSKAU and MARGARET COLLIE
Second broadcast
Repeated on June 11
7.5 Basic Factors in British Foreign Policy
3: Russia, China and the West
Recent events have made it clear that the Communist camp is by no means as united as it used to seem.
JOHN ERICKSON , Lecturer in Government at Manchester University. and RICHARD HARRIS Of The Times describe the Russian and Chinese positions in the struggle, and discuss with PETER CALVOCORESSI the consequences of the dispute for British relations with the Soviet bloc.
Produced by HOWARD SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Lilian G. Medd
Introduced By: Alexis Bobrinskoy
Unknown: Emmie Vosnesenskau
Unknown: John Erickson
Unknown: Richard Harris
Unknown: Peter Calvocoressi
Produced By: Howard Smith

: SCIENCE SURVEY

Silent Night? by J. D. Pye
Institute of Laryngology and OtelOKy, University of London
Many people have heard bats speak and know that they use ultrasonics to find their way about. The skill with which they do this has suggested to scientists that a better understanding of how bats obtain a picture of their surroundings might be of value in providing aids for the blind. Dr. Pye talks about recording and analysing these sounds and studying the physiology of the bat's curious face and ears.
Repeated on Saturday at 10.0 a.m. (Home Services, not Midland)

: FARMING TODAY

A review of current affairs in agriculture at home and abroad
Produced by ARCHIE MACPHEE

Contributors

Produced By: Archie MacPhee








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