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6.30 Masters of Arts
A discussion between an eminent practitioner and his former colleague and pupil on the ideas that have influenced his contribution to the subject.
SIR JOHN NEALE author of Queen Elizabeth and The Elizabethan House of Commons ir. conversation with JOEL HURSTFIELD who now holds the Astor Chair of English History. University College, London, which Sir John held from 1927 to 1956
7.4 Starting French
This series of forty lessons is intended for beginners or near-beginners. and should also be useful to those who may have learnt French at school but have had little opportunity to speak it since.
Lesson 4
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS with the help of Louis BLONCOURT
Written and produced by ELSIE FERGUSON
Language consultant, PAUL COUSTER
Monday's broadcast
Booklet and records are available


Unknown: Sir John Neale
Unknown: Joel Hurstfield
Introduced By: Katia Ellis
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson

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