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For Schools, Colleges

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11.0 Engineering Craft Studies Electricity at Work
11.22 Music Time
Sounds in the Country: 2
Short notes, long notes, fast and slow. The xylophone conducts some singing and children play their own music for a day in the country.
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
11.45 General Studies
Joan of Arc: the Martyr (part 2)
This programme reconstructs Joan's career from her capture by her enemies to her death by burning. It includes an extract from Bernard Shaw 's play about St Joan and further discussion about her character and impact. Introduced by ROBERT GARY
With PETRA MARKHAM , GEOFFREY CASE, PATRICK GODFREY , JOHN PULLEN
ALLAN LANDER , JAMES GREENE , ROGER OSTIME and PETER HOWELL Written by BRIAN RAWLINSON Producer JILL SHEPPARD

Contributors

Producer: Elizabeth Bennett
Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Unknown: St Joan
Introduced By: Robert Gary
Introduced By: With Petra Markham
Unknown: Patrick Godfrey
Unknown: John Pullen
Unknown: Allan Lander
Unknown: James Greene
Unknown: Roger Ostime
Unknown: Peter Howell
Written By: Brian Rawlinson
Producer: Jill Sheppard

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