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Study on 3


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6.30 The Arab Heritage (nledium wave)
4: The Classical Arab Arts
DR PIERRE CACHIA of Edinburgh University discusses the growth of Arabic literature and PROFESSOR JOHN CARSWELL Of the American University of Beirut talks about Arab achievements in art and architecture. Producer IAN GRIMBLE
7.0 Workface
(medium wave)
Script by BENNETT STRUTTON with analytical commentary by PAT LOWRY. 4: Who Decides!
' Everything that's been raised has been amicably dealt with ... and there's no question - the arguments have got to be kept for the proper place.... I've decided - it's what I'm here for, you know.' (Bland, Works Manager, Hemel Hemp-stead) with SEAN BARRETT , MALCOLM HAYES


Unknown: Dr Pierre Cachia
Unknown: Fessor John Carswell
Producer: Ian Grimble
Script By: Bennett Strutton
Commentary By: Pat Lowry.
Unknown: Sean Barrett
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Unknown: Kathleen Helme
Unknown: Leslie Heritage
Unknown: Brian Hewlett
Unknown: John Hollis
Unknown: Leo Maguire
Unknown: Jon Rollason
Producer: John Turtle

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