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A monthly programme SOVIET SURVEY
The Soviet Union is often thought of as a country too busy with industrial expansion to spare time to study the past. But since the Revolution, the U.S.S.R. has been the scene of very great archaeological advances.
Some of the more recent and outstanding discoveries are discussed by D. A. AVDUSIN , T. SULIMIRSKI
TAMARA TALBOT RICE and M. W. THOMPSON who also introduces the programme Produced by John Blunden

Contributors

Unknown:
D. A. Avdusin
Unknown:
T. Sulimirski
Unknown:
Tamara Talbot Rice
Unknown:
M. W. Thompson
Produced By:
John Blunden

12: The Short Story in Italy
The programmes are presented by Giuseppe Manighetti , who is bilingual, with the assistance of Ariella Reggio and Andrea Tacchi
They will include revision of grammar, reading of printed texts, explanations of syntax and vocabulary, and impromptu conversations Devised and produced by Elsie Ferguson
Repeated on Friday at 6.40
Details of the booklet and pronunciation disc can be found on page 46

Contributors

Presented By:
Giuseppe Manighetti
Unknown:
Ariella Reggio
Unknown:
Andrea Tacchi
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

A series for listeners with a professional or personal interest in adolescents. It describes the developments common to adolescence in any period and the special circumstances in which young people are growing up today.
1: What is Adolescence?
What physical and psychological developments take place during this period? What is the significance of the adolescent group today?
BRIAN GROOMBRIDGE discusses these questions with a doctor engaged in physiological and psychological research, and Dr. MILDRED MARSHAK , a consultant psychologist
See page 18
This series replaces Parents and Children for the next twelve weeks.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr. Mildred Marshak

Network Three

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