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Study on 3


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6.30 Makers of Jazz
Four programmes in which MEL HILL discusses the lives and music of some of the most influential exponents of jazz 1: Jelly Roll Morton
This extraordinary character, despite his activities as a gambler and pimp, was an artist of great integrity. As composer, pianist, and singer. he took the folk form of New Orleans jazz and used it as a highly personal means of self-expression.
7.0 pm Politics for Peace
Three programmes examining, through case-studies, the UN's recent record in different types of peace-keeping; and a fourth, discussing its likely role in the 1970s
Presenter DR ROSALYN HIGGINS , Institute of International Affairs 1: Cyprus 1964-71
7.0-7.30 VHF Open University: see Radio 3 VHF on this page


Unknown: Mel Hill
Producer: David Harding
Presenter: Dr Rosalyn Higgins
Producer: Hugh Purcell

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