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Light Programme

OUT-OF-DOORS

Brian Vesey-FitzGerald talks about things to see and hear. W. M. Condry and W. Aspden are the other speakers. Sound pictures recorded by Ludwig Koch
Produced by Desmond Hawkins
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS IN BRITAIN

A quarterly magazine programme
Introduced by James Fisher
Topics in this edition include the behaviour of herring gulls by Dr N. Tinbergen ; the birds of Wales by R. M. Lockley and W. M. Condry ; winter visits of the waxwing by John Gibb ; and a study of alarm calls with recorded sound pictures by Ludwig Koch
Produced by Desmond Hawkins
BBC Home Service Basic

THE NATURALIST

89-Badgers
Maxwell Knight introduces two speakers:
W. M. Condry and Ernest Neal with recorded sound pictures introduced by Eric Simms
Produced by Desmond Hawkins
BBC Home Service Basic

THE NATURALIST

Pole-Cats and Pine-Martens Maxwell Knight introduces two speakers, Frances Pitt and W. M. Condry
Produced by Desmond Hawkins
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS IN BRITAIN

A magazine programme edited and introduced by James Fisher
On Building a Nest
James Fisher discusses with Bruce Campbell and William Condry the way in which various birds build their nests, their nesting sites, and the different forms of nest construction. Tony Soper contributes a report from Walter Flesher
Produced by Winwood Reade
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS IN BRITAIN

A magazine programme edited and introduced by James Fisher
On Building a Nest
James Fisher discusses with Bruce Campbell and William Condry the way in which various birds build their nests, their nesting sites, and the different forms of nest construction
Tony Soper contributes a report from Walter Flesher
Produced by Winwood Reade
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS IN BRITAIN

A magazine programme edited and introduced by James Fisher
On Building a Nest
James Fisher discusses with Bruce Campbell. William Condry. and Walter Flesher the way in which various birds build their nests, their various nesting sites, and the different forms of nest construction
Produced by Winwood Reade
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS IN BRITAIN

Edited and introduced by James Fisher
Diminishing Birds
Some species of birds have vanished from the British Isles even within living memory. James Fisher discusses with William Condry , C. A. Norris , and James Monk whether the kite, the corncrake, and the wryneck are likely to suffer the fate of the white-tailed sea-eagle and the ruff.
Produced by Patrick Dromgoole
Network Three

NATURALISTS' NOTEBOOK

A special edition from
Wales
Edited by Bruce Campbell and Maxwell Knight
Evan Roberts describes the flora and fauna of the eight nature reserves of Wales
T. G. Walker discusses the delights of bird-watching in Anglesey
Bob Spencer reports on recoveries of Welsh birds
William Condry describes the distribution of polecats and other mammals R. E. Vaughan Roberts refers to species of lepidoptera found in North Wales
Produced by Winwood Reade
BBC Home Service Basic

NATURALISTS' NOTEBOOK

Edited by Bruce Campbell and Maxwell Knight '
BILL CONDRY and REG ARTHUR discuss the Bardsey Field Observatory and introduce recordings of the night, migration _ of waders at the lighthouse
BRUCE CAMPBELL and BOB SPENCER discuss recoveries of ringed birds, the arrival of spring migrants, and the 1958 nesting season
MAXWELL KNIGHT and JIM BINGLFY discuss the work being done by visiting naturalists at Flatford Mill Field Centre
JOHN BURTON examines nineteenth-century records of wild life in Plumstead Marshes and compares them with what is known of their flora and fauna today
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Network Three

NATURALISTS' NOTEBOOK

Edited by Bob Spencer and Maxwell Knight
William Condry describes his observations on redpolls-their distribution and the ' triangular ' relationships between male and female redpolls during the breeding season
Bob Spencer gives news of birds recovered during the spring migration
H. V. Thompson discusses the sentimental approach to rabbits as pets and the scientific approach to their habits in the wild Walter Murray describes mating assemblies of emperor and eggar moths
Produced by Winwood Reade
BBC Home Service Basic

THE NATURALIST

in Wales
Introduced by John Barrett from Dale Fort Field Centre
Pembrokeshire
EMLYN EVANS talks about the great range and variety of ancient Welsh rocks and their attendant natural history
Peter PANTING outlines the opportunities available to him as the newly appointed Nature Conservancy naturalist at Tregaron Bog
EVAN ROBERTS shows how the success of upland farming is helped by naturalists' studies of the soil
BILL CONDRY introduces the chough, a bird at one time thought to be disappearing from Welsh cliffs and quarries
Produced by Jeffery Boswall
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS IN BRITAIN

A monthly series
Early Birds
Four bird-watchers, one each in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, who rose well before the lark this morning, recount their experiences to JAMES FISHER . ARNOLD BENINGTON North Down Coast, Ulster
WILLIAM CONDRY
Snowdon, North Wales
MISS TERRY Gompertz Pinner Hill , Middlesex
DESMOND NETHERSOLE-THOMPSON Rothiemurchus, Inverness-shire
Produced by Jeffery Boswall
BBC Television

Out of Doors

Introduced by Ian Mercer.

Blackcock with William Condry

Club Room with Leslie Jackman

By the river with Frank Sawyer

From the West
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS IN BRITAIN

from Bardsey Island off the Welsh coast
Introduced by James Fisher
SUSAN Cowdy and BILL CONDRY bring up-to-date news of birds present on the island
FRANK CLAFTON , warden of the bird observatory, reports on resident species and migratory movements
Produced by Winwood Reade
Light Programme

PLACE AND PEOPLE

Wells-next-the-Sea
Roy Christian and William Condry , assisted by local speakers, give an impression of the life and character of this Norfolk coastal town
The programme, recorded at the Crown Hotel, is introduced by Paul Humphreys
Previously broadcast In the Midland Home Service on June 2
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS OF THE GREAT BOG

William Condry talks about the history and natural history of Tregaron Bog in Cardiganshire, a national Nature Reserve
Network Three

NATURE NEWS

An up-to-date report for amateur and professional naturalists
Introduced by C. A. Norris including
A national round-up with George Waterston in Scotland
Bill Condry in Wales
Richard Bagnall-Oakeley in East Anglia
Chris Mylne talks on hedgehog behaviour and Donald Baird on his visit to Tristan da Cunha
Produced by Elizabeth Adair
BBC Home Service Basic

BIRDS OF THE AIR

£ 25 for a New Bird
With only £ 25 in their pockets ELIZABETH FORSTER , DENZIL HARBER , and BILL CONDRY each set off in search of a bird they had never seen before
On their return they met to recount their adventures to JAMES FISHER Broadcast on June 9
BBC Home Service Basic

What Does Nature Mean to You?

Peter Scott puts the question to seven people: Henry Douglas Home, Scottish ornithologist; Arnold Benington, Ulster naturalist; Fred Lexster, swanherd; William Condry, botanist; Walter Flesher, ex-gamekeeper; Tony Soper, wildlife film-maker; Bert Axell, bird-reserve warden.
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