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Kenneth Quicke: The canter
Donald V. Balls: The elementary veterinary aids
Brigadier Jack Gannon, Honorary Secretary of the Hurlingham Polo Association, discusses polo with Colonel Geoff Phipps-Hornby, England international, and Jeremy Railton
Kenneth Oliver, Secretary of the Buccleuch and Jedforest Point-to-Point and Sheila Willcox
Introduced by Patricia Lehanan

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Quicke
Unknown:
Donald V. Balls
Unknown:
Jack Gannon
Unknown:
Colonel Geoff Phipps-Hornby
Unknown:
Jeremy Railton
Unknown:
Kenneth Oliver
Unknown:
Sheila Willcox
Presenter:
Patricia Lehanan
Editor/Producer:
Francis Dillon

A discussion on the breeding and care of some of the rarer species between
Harold T. King founder and secretary of the Foreign Bird League; judge, breeder, and exhibitor; editor of Foreign Birds and Kenneth A. Norris ,
F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. member of the Councils of the National Council of Aviculture, the Avicultural Society, and the Foreign Bird League; lecturer, judge, and breeder

Contributors

Unknown:
Harold T. King
Unknown:
Kenneth A. Norris

Children behind the Movie Camera
In this programme three speakers discuss the work that is being done in schools and clubs throughout the country to encourage young people to make their own movies.
Stanley Reed Secretary of the British Film Institute
Jack Smith a schoolmaster who has been responsible for teaching his pupils cine technique
. Roger Manvell film critic and historian

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Manvell

For people with an interest in French life and language
French speakers talking in their own language answer listeners' questions about France and the French point of view. Difficult words, phrases, and idioms are translated, and the speakers' answers summarised in English.
Chairman:
Pierre Emmanuel journalist
Translator:
Henri Appia who teaches English at the Lycee Henri IV and the Ecole Normale Superieure de St. Cloud

Contributors

Unknown:
Pierre Emmanuel
Unknown:
Henri Appia

Network Three

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