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Study on 3


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6.30 The Betweenager 12: Summing Up
DAVID HOBMAN reviews some of the main issues that have cropped up during the series. and discusses listeners' questions with DR FAITH SPICER , DR JAMES HEMMING , DR JOHN RAE Producer DENNIS SIMMONS
(Starting Amici. buona sera!)
6.30-7.0 VHF Open University: see Radio 3 VHF on facing page
7.0 pm Personality and Power
8: The Way to the Top
A discussion on the political and personal factors which produce successful political leaders, with DR NORMAN HUNT , Lecturer in Politics at the University of Oxford; PROFESSOR ASA BRIGGS , Vice-Chancellor of Sussex University; DR ANTHONY STORR , writer and psychiatrist: and DR GERALD WOOLFSON , a consultant psychiatrist. Producer GRAHAM TAYAR
(For publication see page 14)


Unknown: David Hobman
Unknown: Dr Faith Spicer
Unknown: Dr James Hemming
Unknown: Dr John Rae
Producer: Dennis Simmons
Unknown: Dr Norman Hunt
Unknown: Asa Briggs
Unknown: Dr Anthony Storr
Unknown: Dr Gerald Woolfson
Producer: Graham Tayar

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