(Monday's recorded broadcast)
by A.R. Crathorn, Ph.D., of the Radioisotope Laboratory, Chester Beatty Research Institute.
The rare isotope of hydrogen, tritium, is most often thought of in connection with nuclear tests: tritium is, however, being fashioned into an invaluable research tool. How this is being done, and the various uses to which it is being put, are described by Dr. Crathorn.
Repeated on Saturday at 9.10 (Home)
Introduced by Roy Hay.
W. F. Bewley again gives listeners the benefit of a gardening doctor's experience and explains how to keep an eye on disease at sowing and planting time.
Edward Hyams talks about the building and stocking of a brick-paved herb garden.
Arranged and introduced by Bill Hartley.
R.A.C. Trials Championship: A preview by John Howell of tomorrow's event.
The Preston By-pass: Michael Barton interviews some of the first week's users, and the Lancashire police comment on drivers' behaviour on the new motorway.
Cars of Other Lands: 2: Austria: Joseph Lowrey, joint technical editor of The Motor, reports.
The Insurance Consultant: On filling in a proposal
The week's motoring news and other items of topical interest.