Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
How I Proposed: confessions on Leap Year Day and a song by ELIZABETH COUNSELL Reading your Letters
What's New: JENNIFER STONE looks at the latest products for the home
Making a Motorway: Its effects on the lives of people concerned: JOAN PYPER reports Stay of Execution by MICHAEL GILBERT read by DENIS MCCARTHY 2: Xinia Florata
Don Davis invites listeners by telephone to join in the national game of naming the tune Prizes for all who know their music
Devised by DON DAVIS
Producer JOHN SIMMONDS
(If you would like to play this game, send a postcard giving your name, address and telephone number to ' Beat the Record,' BBC, London W1A 1AA)
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