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Study on 3

Synopsis

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6.30 In Russia Today 3: Life in the Villages
... where the peasantry work on collective or state farms but still provide over a quarter of the country's food on their private plots
Following ' Life in the Towns ', PETER FRANK of Essex University, in conversation with Soviet people and British sovietologists, examines how the other half lives.
Producer HUGH PURCELL
7.0 Perspective
Art for God's Sake
At the Victoria and Albert Museum an exhibition of Victorian Church Art is on view until the end of January.
NICHOLAS TAYLOR discusses the characteristics and significance of 19th-century church design and furnishing and the contrasting ideas of the present day, with SHIRLEY BURY , organiser of the exhibition; DR GILBERT COPE of the Institute for the Study of Worship and Religious Architecture: the REV DONALD REEVES , Vicar Of St Peter 's, Morden, and artist PATRICK REYNTIENS
Producer PEGGY BACON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Frank
Producer: Hugh Purcell
Producer: Albert Museum
Unknown: Nicholas Taylor
Unknown: Shirley Bury
Unknown: Donald Reeves
Unknown: St Peter
Artist: Patrick Reyntiens
Producer: Peggy Bacon

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