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A magazine programme for radio and recording enthusiasts
Introduced by Douglas Brown
Sound under Water
S. M. Wheatky and John Ford talk of the development of underwater recording techniques-, drawing on their experience as pioneers and practitioners
Hotidlay Recording
Douglas Brown considers taking & tape recorder away on holiday: precautions and suggestions
The reeordied' broadcast of June 26

Contributors

Introduced By:
Douglas Brown
Unknown:
S. M. Wheatky
Unknown:
John Ford
Unknown:
Douglas Brown

Forty programmes designed to give listeners with no previous knowledge of the language a thorough grounding in basic Italian, through the medium of simple conversation and readings. Lesson39
The lesson presented by Luisa Rapaccini based- on her book Parlo Italiano a textbook for beginners
Assisted by Ariella Reggio and Andrea Tacchi Devised and produced by Elsie Ferguson ,
A Listen and Learn series

Contributors

Presented By:
Luisa Rapaccini
Unknown:
Parlo Italiano
Assisted By:
Ariella Reggio
Assisted By:
Andrea Tacchi
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

Children in Summer
Advice from Dr. ANN DALLY
1: Old Wives Tales and Plain Facts - about such things as sleep, food, bathing, effects of heat and so on
Family Exchanges
If your child is going to stay with a family abroad, or if you are having a foreign child to stay in your own home, what unexpected difficulties are you likely to experience? How will you cope with homesickness, different table manners, food fads? Will you arrange a lot of sightseeing? What do you expect for your own child abroad?
ANNE ALLEN puts questions to HONOR WYATT who has written a book on the subject
Mrs. M. WARNER and her daughter Suzie TOWNLEY and' H. W. WILLIAMS and his son NIGEL WILLIAMS
The second item is recorded
See page 23

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Allen
Unknown:
Mrs. M. Warner
Unknown:
Suzie Townley
Unknown:
H. W. Williams
Unknown:
Nigel Williams

Network Three

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