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Publisher: All India Radio (AIR),New Delhi
The Indian Listener (fortnightly programme journal of AIR in English) published by The Indian State Broadcasting Service,Bombay ,started on 22 december, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times in english, which was published beginning in July 16 of 1927. From 22 August ,1937 onwards, it was published by All India Radio,New Delhi.In 1950,it was turned into a weekly journal. Later,The Indian listener became "Akashvani" in January 5, 1958. It was made a fortnightly again on July 1,1983. It used to serve the listener as a bradshaw of broadcasting ,and give listener the useful information in an interesting manner about programmes,who writes them,take part in them and produce them along with photographs of performing artists. It also contains the information of major changes in the policy and service of the organisation. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: The Indian Listener LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE,MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 22-10-1939 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: 68 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. IV, No. 21. BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS): 1481-1540 Document ID: INL-1939 (J-D) Vol- II (09)
Author: Michelle Roehm McCannPublish On: 2002-06-25
They would always make my lunches , drive me to school when it's raining , compliment me on my gymnastics routine , or clap for me at a piano recital . But after spending some time at the bottom of the mountain , I feel older ...
Author: Michelle Roehm McCann
Publisher: Beyond Words Publishing Company
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Photographs accompany sixteen real-life stories of teenagers who describe in their own words a journey that changed their lives.
ing her to have a good time going places with him. She clung to her father and when he got ... In her father's absence she had a good time, sketching out of doors with the Countess and singing at the piano with her and her two children.
Author: Jane Merrill
One of the preeminent natural philosophers of the Enlightenment, Benjamin Thompson started out as a farm boy with a practical turn of mind. His inventions include the Rumford fireplace, insulated clothing, the thermos, convection ovens, double boilers, double-paned glass and an improved sloop. He was knighted by King George III and became a Count of the Holy Roman Emperor. Thompson's popularity with women eclipsed his achievements, though. He was married twice and had affairs with many other prominent women, including the wife of Boston printer Isaiah Thomas and that of a doctor who would crew the first balloon to cross the English Channel. He even fathered a child by the court mistress of the Prince Elector and had affairs with several other German noblewomen. Drawing on Thompson's correspondence and diaries, this book examines his friendships and romantic relationships.
Crouching under a grand piano is not a very comfortable position at the best of times, and Nika was very bulky, ... When there had been no sound of bombs for some time the Minister suggested that they should all go and have something to ...
Author: Ann Bridge
Publisher: A&C Black
First published in 1953, A Place To Stand is set in Budapest in the spring of 1941, Hope - a spoilt but attractive society girl and daughter of a leading American business man - finds herself playing the lead in a dangerous and most unexpected affair of underground intrigue, through the machinations of her journalist fiancé. During the course of her activities she falls in love with a Polish refugee, and at the moment when Germany invades Hungary, she is already deeply involved - both emotionally and politically. Bridge, herself an eye witness of these events, tells in moving and graphic terms the terrible story of Germany's 'protective' invasion; although it is presented in the form of an imaginative episode, the historical significance and accuracy are all too tragically evident. This admirable novel is at once a charming love story in the shadow of fear and disruption, a subtle and intimate portrayal of human beings in a time of crisis, and a most exciting narrative, set against the enchanting background of Budapest.
A few times we got to go places the other children didn't. The occasion was usually to sing in some far off ... The lady of the house played the piano and we all gathered around singing. Dinner was served, but I wasn't a child who paid ...
Author: Paula Martin
Publisher: Xulon Press
Do you constantly struggle with your walk of obedience? Does the secret of faith elude you? Confound you? The first thing we discover after the honeymoon of commitment is that we dont know how to walk in faith. Is it because we dont have enough faith? We assume we should not have a problem with our walk of faith because we love God, but if the truth be known, we do--more often than we care to admit. Walking in defeat becomes the norm as we struggle to control our lives.Dont lose heart!The Simplicity of Faith offers help and hope where these and other issues are concerned.
One said 'my dad makes the decision to go to piano lessons – I would rather go to do things with other people; ... free and go to shops and get chocolate and then walk home or go to my friends house; I like to have time to go to places ...
Author: Dimitra Hartas
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Social Science
Analysing contemporary childhood by examining new lines of argument about diversity, disability and difference. >
not going to be stuck in some sweaty Physical Education class, praying that I would not be noticed by the coach ... Since I was a small boy, I'd endured mortification every time I struggled to play any sort of game that involved a ball.
Author: Catherine Gervais
The year is 1972, the age of hippies screaming for peace sweeps the land! Long-haired boys and young girls wearing mini skirts, were trying to `find themselves' ! The news reported on demonstrations at campuses across the country, where peace protests were carried out with violence. But a shy, seventeen year old boy in the Deep South is fascinated by a different movement spreading throughout the land. They called themselves `Jesus People' and were speaking of a personal relationship with the Lord. He hungered and searched for a deeper walk with Christ. His search eventually led him to a group of people in a nearby town. So enthralled with the apparent sincerity of these folks, he left the traditional church he had been raised in. Thinking that he'd finally found the answer to the disappointments of his life, he was drawn toward the lifestyle of these `Believers'. But slowly that idyllic dream began to turn into a horrifying nightmare as their teachings soon formed chains of bondage around his spirit, which seemed impossible to escape! However, the Lord reveals Himself to all who seek after Him! The help from heaven came to this boy through unexpected sources, But Jesus often uses the simple to confound the wise, creating a humble heart within us, and enabling us to see the truth.
Quebec ever separates from Canada, I want to go with Quebec!” We performed in the Grand Théâtre de Québec, ... For the first time in over two months, I was able to relax. ... The piano holds a special place in the hearts of Quebeckers.
Author: Janina Fialkowska
Publisher: novum premium Verlag
When 12-year-old Janina Fialkowska momentously decided to dedicate her life to music, little did she know what was in store. Certainly her love of music and desire to share this love provided fulfilment and joy, and there was a certain glamour to the life of a touring artist. She traveled to many countries, met many fascinating people, and indulged her weakness for good food. But there was another side to such a life, and reality made its ugly appearance fairly early on. This collection of autobiographical anecdotes, some poignant, some hilarious, describes her meeting with the legendary Arthur Rubinstein who subsequently shaped the course of her career, her colourful adventures as a young North American woman in the male-dominated music world and her final triumph over horrific illness.
And then we would go places and listen to different professional bands all the time. And I could tell guys in them weren't ... "We'd be on the job in the school band, he'd jump down and play the piano. He'd pick up my trombone and play ...