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For Schools, Colleges


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9.52 Today and Tomorrow
2: The Dawning of the Solar Age
10.15 Music Time: The Animals
More of the musical story of ' The Evening Star', featuring some South American animals. Some question and answer singing and chanting.
RODNEY STEWART (double-bass) PETER BOITA (drums) and children from Hearnville Primary School, Balham, London Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Songs from the series (record REC 362, cassette ZCM 362), from record shops
10.40-10.45 Mind Stretchers
3: Calendars - the Solution
11.0 Merry-go-Round: Photography PHILIP BIRD explains simply ways in which photography works and how it can be used for research, recording and creative work without using expensive cameras or equipment, and how to conduct some experiments on your own. Producer JULIET MILLER
Series producer EDWARD HAYWARD


Presenters: Kathryn Harries
Presenters: Andrew C. Wadsworth
Clarinet: Edward Pillinger
Andrew==>: Andrew Peggie
Double-Bass: Rodney Stewart
Producer: Elizabeth Bennett
Producer: Edward Hayward

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BBC One London, 1 June 1981 9.52

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