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From Hereford Cathedral
Second broadcast


Unknown: Melville Cook


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


Introduced By: Douglas Brown
Talks: Cecil Watts
Unknown: Donald Aldous
Unknown: Percy Wilson
Introduces: John Bescoby-Chambers
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.


Unknown: James Wbbstkk
Unknown: Dr. Ann Dally


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


Unknown: Paul Freeman
Unknown: P. R. Evans
Unknown: Peter Jewell
Unknown: R. S. R. Fitter
Unknown: Ted Lousley
Introduced By: Bruce Campbell
Produced By: Richard Brock


Roger Fiske
Repeated on Monday at 9.20 a.m. (Home Services, not Welsh)


Unknown: Roger Fiske

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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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