Growing Up in Malaya
Malay students in London discuss with two young Britons some of the views and the sounds that make up the Malayan background
Devised and introduced by Alec Peterson
Next Wednesday at the same time:
This Changing World
A series of eight programmes in which historians and archaeologists build up a picture of the personalities, ideas, and achievements of the English people during the centuries before the Norman invasion
2-The Age of Bede
E. G. Bowen , F.S.A.
Professor of Geography and Anthropology, University College of Wales,
Archaeological Consultant to the Ministry of Works
The Rev. M. D. Knowles ,
Litt.D., F.B.A., F.S.A.
Professor of Modern History in the University of Cambridge
J. N. L. Myres, F.S.A.
University of Oxford
Tonight's programme looks back from the time of Alfred to the years that saw the Anglo-Saxons converted to Christianity and the splendid civilisation of the seventh and eighth centuries-sometimes called ' The Golden Age' and sometimes ' The Age of Bede.'
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