Episodes

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Genome: [hs Bd=19590602]"

What would you do with S500 ?

This question was put to people of various ages and occupations in Canada. Fiji, France. Germany. India. Poland, and the United Kingdom Ken SYKORA introduces the answers

Produced by Jack Singleton

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Genome: [hs Bd=19590721]"

Moments to Remember recalled by stowaway ARTHUR SALIS -, lion-hunted MAJOR SCARTHE , padre's wife RUTII COLE , 'sparks' EDWARD SEBLEY , and an American at the court of King George.

Introduced by Jack Singleton

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Genome: [hs Bd=19590818]"

' I Would If I Could'

Hidden desires and pet aversions including farmer Donald Dougall on pylons; James Stephens on snarleygobs: and men and women from Sussex and Essex who want to pull out plugs, swing on chandeliers

Introduced by Jack Singleton

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Genome: [hs Bd=19590915]Down by the Riverside

RICHARD JEFFERIES discovers a trout at Surbiton; water bailiff JOSEPH NAISH sees a blind man catch a fish in Hertfordshire; JEROME'S three men contemplate morning bathe; and RICHARD BURWOOD meets an old lady who spends her holidays alone rowing miles and miles on the Thames.

Genome: [hs Bd=19591215]Refugees

Psalm 137

• Refugee Blues' written and read by W. H. AUDEN

' The Candlemaker of Jerusalem told by DAVID NIVEN

' Mv work with UNICEF

Walter Harris interviewing

DANNY KAYE

' To Feed the Soul' told by PETERUSTINOV

Genome: [hs Bd=19600531]Refugees

Psalm 137

' Refugee Blues ' written and read by W. H. AUDEN

' The Candlemaker of Jerusalem' told by David NIVEN

' My Work with UNICEF ' Walter Harris interviewing

DANNY KAYE

' To Feed the Soul ' told by Peter USTINOV

Introduced by Jack Singleton

Genome: [hs Bd=19600719]"

' Blues Fell This Morning'

Ken Sykora talks about Paul Oliver 's recent book on the history of the blues, the songs of the everyday life of the American Negroes

Illustrated by readings and records

Reader. Malcolm Hayes

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Genome: [hs Bd=19601025]"

St. Crispin's Day

Songs, stories, and poems in celebration of the Gentle Craft

Introduced by Jack Singleton

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Genome: [hs Bd=19601220]"

Of One Blood

Poems, songs, and a story in seasonal mood

Introduced! by Jack Singleton

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Genome: [hs Bd=19610117]"

Unusual Days at the Races including

An Unhappy Landing at Longchamps, by Wing Commander Rex Stocken

The First Televising of the Derby by Sydney Moseley

Commentaries Old and New by R. C. Lyle and Raymond Glendenning

Introduced by Jack Singleton

Interval music for Schools at 9.30

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Genome: [hs Bd=19610530]The- End of the Line

A ' Bradshaw ' miscellany including an appreciation of the man' himself by Hamilton Ellis

Introduced by Jack Singleton

Interval music for Schools at 9.30

Genome: [hs Bd=19610905]"

' Oh, to be in England... Sundry impressions by people from abroad

Introduced by Jack Singleton

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Genome: [hs Bd=19611219]"

Of One Blood

Poems, songs, and a story in seasonal mood

Introduced by Jack Singleton

Recorded broadcast of Dec. 20, 1960

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Genome: [hs Bd=19620116]"

Snow, snow, snow

Words in season

Introduced by Jack Singleton

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Genome: [hs Bd=19620731]Early Journeys including

Salford to Blackpool by Emma Gleadall

Vienna to Vladivostok by Vic Oliver

Introduced by Jack Singleton

Genome: [hs Bd=19621120]Be Prepared

' Prepare to Mount! ' by LAURENCE COTTERELL ' Naming of Parts' by HENRY REED

' The N.W.(3) Frontier ' by PAUL JENNINGS Introduced by Jack Singleton

Genome: [hs Bd=19621218]Rough Christmases

As experienced by ADMIRAL SIR EDWARD EVANS

THE REV. S. J. DAVIES

MRS. BARBARA OVSTEDAL

DRUMMER HUGH WILSON t Introduced by JACK SINGLETON

Genome: [hs Bd=19630625]Nannies including:

Nanny Mackintosh by SIMONA PAKENHAM

Granny Nuisance by PAT GARROD Introduced by JACK SINGLETON

Genome: [hs Bd=19630627]Nannies including

Nanny Mackintosh by SIMONA PAKENHAM

Granny Nuisance by PAT GARROD Introduced by JACK SINGLETON

Tuesday's broadcast

Genome: [hs Bd=19630723]Prisoners

LESLIE SMITH talks to men and women in prisons- without-bars Introduced by JACK SINGLETON

Genome: [hs Bd=19630725]Prisoneri

LESLIE SMITH talks to men and women in prisons-without-bars

Introduced by JACK SINGLETON Tuesday's broadcast

Genome: [hs Bd=19630903]"

Hunger Marchers

GRAHAM DOWELL , SUSAN LANE , JOHN RIVERS, FRANCES CHALLON , and KRISHNA SAHU of Sheffield University have been walking for two months from Sheffield to Hyde Park Corner and talking about the hunger in the world today Introduced by JACK SINGLETON

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Genome: [hs Bd=19631224]"

Cribs and Cradles

A seasonable anthology of story, song, and rhyme Introduced by JACK SINGLETON

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Genome: [hs Bd=19631228]"

Cribs and Cradles

A seasonable anthology of story, song, and rhyme

Introduced by JACK SINGLETON Last Tuesday's broadcast

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