Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
The Mighty Joe: JUDITH CHALMERS talks to JOE BUGNER about his flight from Hungary and his boxing career.
A Home or a Prison?: BARBARA GARRARD 'S reaction to bed-sitter living.
Reading your Letters.
The Other Side of the Globe: LOMA LIVINGSTON, painter and politician from Fiji, talks to PAT TAYLOR.
Man-made Fabrics -1: What are they and how can we get the best wear out of them? DILYS MORGAN investigates. Early One Morning by H. E. BATES read by Celia Johnson
Deputy editor TERESA MCGONAGLE Editor WYN KNOWLES
Music and today's Sporting Clue including at 4.15
Waggoners' Walk NW (Repeated: Wed, 10.30 am) Written by ALAN DOWNER and JILL HYEM
Producers GLYN DEARMAN and DAVID JOHNSTON The cast this week: and at 4.30 Sports Desk
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 RICHARD WILLCOX
(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 4WW)
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