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Review

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
introduced by David Jones

What Use Philosophy?
In this, James Mossman's last interview before his death, he questions Stuart Hampshire, Warden of Wadham College, Oxford, on the use and aim of this branch of knowledge.

To Sunset and Beyond
The top prize in the Amateur Movie-Maker Ten Best Competition went this year to an outstanding winner. In this 13-minute film Colin Gregg, a school-teacher from Exeter, has created a haunting tale of a boy lost on Dartmoor. His film also won the award for colour photography.

Greek Folk Music
This year's English Bach Festival will include an ensemble of Greek musicians and dancers performing a programme of authentic Greek music - heroic songs and traditional themes, played on the floghera, santouri, klarino, and Cretan lyra. Tonight they give their first British performance in the Review studio.

Contributors

Presenter: David Jones
Interviewer (What Use Philosophy?): James Mossman
Interviewee (What Use Philosophy?): Stuart Hampshire
Filmmaker (To Sunset and Beyond): Colin Gregg
Director: Michael MacIntyre
Producer: Peter Adam
Producer: Tony Staveacre






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