On Disc and Cylinder
Introduced by DOUGLAS BROWN Editor of Tape Recording
Snap, Crackle, Pop: Cecil WATTS talks to DONALD ALDOUS ,
Technical Editor of Audio and Record Review, about the way to keep discs clean
U.S.A. Hi-Fi: PERCY WILSON , Technical Editor of The Gramophone, gives impressions of audio in America
Lo-Fi: JOHN BESCOBY-CHAMBERS introduces some rare pre-1900 recordings
Produced by RICHARD KEEN
On Leaving Teacher-Training
Are the colleges selecting the right students and giving them the best training for their jobs? James Wbbstkk thinks not.
Sex for Teenagers or the Middle-aged?
Many books are now available about adolescence, sex, and marriage. DR. ANN DALLY , reviewing some recent ones. wonders why they are really written and for whom.
International Congress of Entomology: PAUL FREEMAN previews this important event, this year in London
The Grey Seal Situation: Comment on the controversy by P. R. EVANS
Soay Sheep ' crash '?: PETER JEWELL , back from St. Kilda
Zoos and Conservation: R. S. R. FITTER reports on the recent Symposium
Botanical News: TED LOUSLEY on monkey orchids and a subtropical fern in Wales
Introduced by BRUCE CAMPBELL
Produced by RICHARD Brock
R. S. R.
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