Lord Boyle of Handsworth explains the reasoning behind the legislation which he announced as Minister of Education in 1964 and answers questions about aims in secondary education put to him by an audience of educationalists.
(Accompanying series: Radio 3, Wed)
Lord Boyle of
by Hugh Whitemore
Eleventh of 13 programmes
With James Maxwell as Henry VII
Perkin Warbeck has confessed that he is an impostor; in the Tower he has a prison without bars.
Earl of Devon:
Bishop of Cambrai:
With guest stars Shirley Bassey, who sings "What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life" and "For All We Know", Barry Crocker, Roy Budd Trio and featuring Julian Orchard.
The Roy Budd
Orchestra Directed By:
The Art of Compilation
This week the story of the Allies' victorious progress through Western Europe from D-Day to VE-Day. This Anglo-American production was compiled from six million feet of film shot by more than 700 service cameramen.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
A special programme of music by The Be-Bop Preservation Society featuring Tubby Hayes (tenor-sax), Peter King (alto-sax), Hank Shaw (trumpet), Bill Le Sage (piano), Spike Heatley (bass), Brian Spring (drums).
(This Week's Sounds: page 10)
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