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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
Musical Fashions
N eo-Classicism
Illustrated talk by Roger Fiske


Talk By: Roger Fiske


A programme for everyone interested in building
Introduced by Charles Crichton
This edition includes:
The Perfect Atmosphere: What type of atmosphere do we ideally prefer to work and live in? What are the factors a heating and ventilating engineer has to take into account when planning an installation?
HAMISH JAMlESON , M.I.H.V.E., supplies some answers
The Fight for Original Design: Is the attitude of planning authorities and building societies encouraging rather than deterring mediocre design in houses and flats? ERIC Lvons, F.R.I.B.A,. known for his own design work, argues it out with JOHN Dun HAM, F.R.I.C.S.. president of one of the largest building societies, and E. H. DOUBLEDAY , P.P.T.P.I., planning officer for Hertfordshire; with George Scott in the chair
News of the Week: by William Bryant
(The first item is recorded)
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Introduced By: Charles Crichton
Unknown: Hamish Jamleson
Unknown: John Dun
Unknown: E. H. Doubleday
Unknown: George Scott
Unknown: William Bryant


A monthly magazine programme
Theatre in Mongolia: LORD FURNESS and Jusuf HURST discuss with Michael Croft the kind of theatre they found In the Indian Idiom: ALICIA MARKOVA and RAM GOPAL are invited by Carl Wildman to exchange their impreasions on mime and dance after performing Radha Krishna together
In a French Regional Theatre: JOHN BLATCHLEY , who spent three years with the Comedie de Saint-Etienna, talks about the work and importance of a regional centre in the French theatre system


Unknown: Jusuf Hurst
Unknown: Michael Croft
Unknown: Alicia Markova
Unknown: Carl Wildman
Unknown: Radha Krishna
Unknown: John Blatchley

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