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by PIET KEE 2.39*2.43*2.51*
From the Second International
Organ Festival held in the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St. Alban


Unknown: Piet Kee


On Everything
Introduced by DOUGLAS BROWN Editor of Tape Recording
In the last programme of this series some outstanding past contributors choose audio topics which they particularly want to say something about. DONALD At.oous. Technical Editor of Audio and Record Review: JOHN Bokwick , Editor at the Focal Press: JOHN GILBERT. Head of the Department of Electronics at the Northern Polytechnic: H. BURRELL HADDEN. BBC Instructor in studio operations: F. C. Judd , Editor of Amateur Tape Recording: PETER WALKER. Director of Acoustical Manufacturing Company Ltd.
Produced by Richard KEEN


Introduced By: Douglas Brown
Unknown: John Bokwick
Unknown: John Gilbert.
Unknown: H. Burrell
Unknown: F. C. Judd
Unknown: Peter Walker.
Produced By: Richard Keen


A CONSULTANT PAEDIATRICIAN talks about some of the commonest problems which are brought to him and answers questions from mothers
6: The child who won'eat


Regional Round-Up EDWIN COHEN for the South of England,
Tony TYNAN for the North and-PETER WALTERS DAVIES for Wales compare notes on what has been happening in their areas


Introduces: Bruce Campbell
Unknown: Edwin Cohen
Unknown: Tony Tynan
Produced By: Richard Brock


ALEC ROBERTSON introduces some of the music to be broadcast from the Promenade Concerts in the coming week
Repeated Monday at 9.20 a.m. (Home Services. not Welsh)


Introduces: Alec Robertson

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