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4.30 The Music of the Renaissance 6: The Food of Love Sex and love have often formed the staple diet of songs. Both were present in the music of the Renaissance. Presented by JOHN milsom Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN. Stereo (e) For support notes send sae to: [address removed]
5.0 The State of Industry A series of six programmes in which ROBERT HELLER , Editorial Director of Management Today, takes stock of Britain's manufacturers. The crises of the past decade have left many casualties and even the fittest survivors have had to change their ways. But can they stand the intense pace of world competition? Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS (R) (e) Book, same title, £10.95 from booksellers
5.30 Franc-parler Presente par CORINNE BAUDELOT etGREGORECAREL
4eme emission: Alimentation Ecrit par CORINNE BAUDELOT (R) (e)

Contributors

Presented By: John Milsom
Producer: Daniel Snowman.
Unknown: Robert Heller
Producer: Gordon Hutchings
Unknown: Corinne Baudelot
Unknown: Corinne Baudelot

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