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A series for those who have begun to learn the language and would like to increase their colloquial knowledge of it.
Script by S. J. W. Salame
Production by Arthur Langford
A sixteen-page pamphlet intended for use with this series can be ordered, price Is. 3d., through newsagents and book-sellers or direct by sending a crossed postal order for Is. 3d. (not stamps, please) to [address removed]


Script By:
S. J. W. Salame
Production By:
Arthur Langford
Herr Müller 1:
Rolf Richards
Herr Neumann:
Rolf Richards
Andrew Sachs
Andrew Sachs
Frau Neumann:
Karen Glazer �
David Hadda

Introduced by John Lade
John Warrack reviews some recent bargain editions
B. J. Webb offers some more advice on choosing equipment


Introduced By:
John Lade
Introduced By:
John Warrack
B. J. Webb

A monthly series of broadcasts by distinguished art historians, directors of galleries, and practising painters, each of whom has chosen to talk about a picture that interests him. The pictures can all be seen in galleries and collections in this country.
5—Rembrandt, Self-Portrait
(in the Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood) discussed by David Piper
Assistant Keeper of the National Portrait Gallery
Further details on page 24


David Piper

A weekly programme about work in the world of science
Electricity Without a Generator by D. B. Welbourn of the Department of Engineering in the University of Cambridge
When gases are heated sufficiently they break up to give, among other things, electrons. But an electric current consists of a stream of electrons, so scientists are exploring the possibility that it might be feasible to get a useful electric current right out of the furnace, so to speak. One attraction is that the efficiency of the process would be extremely high.
Repeated Saturday at 9.10 a.m. (Home)


D. B. Welbourn

Network Three

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