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: A Listen and Learn Series BACKGROUND TO MUSIC

A weekly series designed for enthusiasts of all ages who wish to extend their understanding and enjoyment of music.
' The Buffo '
Illustrated talk by David Franklin


Talk By: David Franklin


A programme for everyone interested in building
Introduced by Charles Crichton
Know Your Industry: a fortnightly series of talks. 6-The House-builders Registration Council: C. Douglas Calverley. F.I.O.B ., explains the objects of the Council, which does much to ensure high standards in speculative building
Cost Planning : What is it? How does it work? Is it important? These and other points are discussed by an architect. Clive E. D. Wooster , A.R.I.B.A.. A,M,T.P.I.: a builder, H. J. Cruickshank. A.M.i.Mech.E., F.I.O.B.; and a quantity surveyor, Peter W. Grafton. F.R.l.C.S.
News of the Week: by William Bryant and other items of technical and topical interest


Introduced By: Charles Crichton
Unknown: C. Douglas Calverley. F.I.O.B
Unknown: Clive E. D. Wooster
Unknown: H. J. Cruickshank.
Unknown: Peter W. Grafton. F.R.L.C.S.
Unknown: William Bryant


Museums and their Uses
A discussion
Speakers: DONALD HARDEN, London Museum: STUART PIGGOTT , Edinburgh University: NORMAN COOK , GuildhiU Museum: William McKENZIE. amateur archaeologist : R. RAINBIRD CLARKE Castle Museum, Norwich
Produced by John Irving


Unknown: Stuart Piggott
Unknown: Norman Cook
Unknown: William McKenzie.
Produced By: John Irving

: Third Programme

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Today's overseas commodity and financial news, and the London Stock Market closing report

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