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May Digest
News, comment, interviews, and records from the world of jazz
Introduced by Ken Sykora


Introduced By: Ken Sykora


Introduced by the Rev. Walter Macdonald
The items include:
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs Oberammergau, 1960: Canon Richard Tydeman describes the first performance of this year's production of the Passion Play
Anthems for Treble Voices: Four illustrated talks by Barry Rose. with the boys of St. Andrew's Church. Kingsbury, on music within the range of the average church choir. 4-' And now another day is gone ' (L. Blake )
Alderman H. Quinney , J.P., retiring Lord Mayor of Manchester, on civic service as a form of Christian activity
(The last three items are recorded)


Unknown: Rev. Walter MacDonald
Unknown: Barry Rose.
Unknown: L. Blake
Unknown: Alderman H. Quinney

: A Listen and Learn Series THE ANIMALS' WORLD

Professional and amateur zoologists talk about the behaviour of animals and the ways in which it can be studied.
1—Getting to Know Animals
EDWARD A. ARMSTRONG and F. FRASER DARLING describe their experiences in observing animals in their natural environment
JOHN KENNEDY explains what can be learned from the careful study of a familiar garden pest
Maxwell KNIGHT talks about the interest of watching and caring for hand-reared animals
Introduced by JOHN CARTHY


Unknown: Edward A. Armstrong
Unknown: F. Fraser
Unknown: John Kennedy
Introduced By: John Carthy

: Third Programme

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