Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week: Lord Gardiner
To the Rescue: saving aban. doned pets from the city streets. Eau potable: drinking water in France today.
What Are You Afraid Of?: a took at the sort of fears people have. and what can be done about them.
ALARIC COTTER reads
The Distracted Preacher by THOMAS HARDY
The winning town of the 1973 knock-nut quiz series plays a team representing the Common Market, drawn from the College of Europe. Bruges Great Yarmouth:
TEO MOU LT. MADELINE JAN
GEORGE SKIPPER. KEITH CROSSWELL College of Europe:
WILLEM CLAUSSEN (Netherlands) JOSEF LEINEN (West Germany;
HENRIETTE BASTRUP-BIRK i Denmark)
YVES DOMZALSKI (France)
Question-master Alun Williams Questions set and production by MICHAEL TUKEHASTINUS
(From the Gothic Hall, Bruges)
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