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RHYTHM AND MELODY, by Gladys Whitred
11.20 GEOGRAPHY. Life in the Hebrides. Script by James Shaw Grant. (BBC recording)
11.40 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN. Famille Schroder auf der Heimreise. Manuskript von Rolf Richards.
Heute wollen wir Ihnen die Familie Schroder aus Frankfurt am Main vorstellen. Herr Karl Schroder ist Journalist. Ferner wollen wir Sie mit seiner Frau, Else, und seinen Kindern, Peter und Hilde, bekannt machen. Peter ist achtzehn Jahre alt und geht noch zur Schule. Hilde ist neunzehn. Dieses Jahr haben die Schroders ihre Sommerferien in der Schweiz verbracht. Jetzt sind sie auf der Ruckfahrt.


Gladys Whitred
Script By:
James Shaw Grant.
Rolf Richards.
Herr Karl Schroder

ADVENTURES IN ENGLISH. Poetry Scrapbook: poems that tell a short story. Script by Ian Serraillier
2.20 SCIENCE AND THE COMMUNITY. 2-Travel by Steam. Script by Hamilton Ellis.
2.40 STORIES FROM BRITISH HISTORY. Flodden Field: the story of a battle. Script by Margaret J. Miller


Script By:
Ian Serraillier
Script By:
Hamilton Ellis.
Script By:
Margaret J. Miller

Spike Hughes invites you to
Music Club
This week's guests:
From Belfast:
Rosemary Jefferson and Ingrid Surgenor (piano duets)
From Bristol:
Christopher Gough (piano)
From London:
The Combined Choirs and Orchestra of the Westcliff High Schools Conductor. Elizabeth Goddard
5.25 'The Navy's There'
A story of salvage and seamanship
It is September to, 1958. In the Arabian Sea a French and a Liberian tanker collide. The subsequent rescue and salvage operation, in which the aircraft carrier H.M.S. Bulwark was aided by naval frigates and the R.A.F., was an outstanding feat of seamanship.
Script by Stephen Grenfell
Production by Joe Burroughs


Spike Hughes
Rosemary Jefferson
Ingrid Surgenor
Christopher Gough
Elizabeth Goddard
Script By:
Stephen Grenfell
Production By:
Joe Burroughs

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