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by Kingsley Amis
1: Jazz is where you find it
Kingsley Amis (in a recorded programme) talks about one's first acquaintance with jazz. With the aid of records he makes the point that any kind of jazz - traditional and modern, Negro and white, British as well as American - can be good.
The first of a fortnightly series

Contributors

Unknown:
Kingsley Amis

Angling and Pigeons
7.0 Angling in Ulster
SAM WATSON : the story of his 44 lb. salmon
BERNARD VENABLES , Editor of The Angling Times, on the future of coarse fishing in Northern Ireland DEREK IRONS on sea angling
7.15 The Pigeon Fancier in the North-East
J. W. MILLS, President of the North of England Homing Union FRED POTTS , Secretary of the North of England Homing Union
FRED HALL, Secretary of the West Durham Amalgamation
Angling Introduced by Peter McMullan
Angling Correspondent for the Belfast Evening Telegraph
The Pigeon Fancier produced by John Musgrave from Manchester
Edited by Francis Dillon
Next Thursday: Cycling
Angling again: February 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Sam Watson
Unknown:
Bernard Venables
Unknown:
England Homing Union Fred Potts
Introduced By:
Peter McMullan
Produced By:
John Musgrave
Edited By:
Francis Dillon

For those interested in brushing up their colloquial French
Script by Marguerite Dasnieres
3 - Le Camping
A genial farmer's wife gives John and Mary permission to camp in a field.
Production by W. R. H. Carling
(Olive Gregg broadcasts by permission of Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Tennent Productions, Ltd.)
Notes and vocabularies for use with these programmes were given in the supplement in Radio Times published on November 29.

Contributors

Script By:
Marguerite Dasnieres
Production By:
W. R. H. Carling
Unknown:
Olive Gregg
Presenter:
Guy Millot
Jean:
Jean Driant
John:
Richard Bebb
Mary:
Olive Gregg
Louis:
John Fawdry
Anne-Marie:
Paule Dent
Farmer's wife:
Sonia Windsor

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