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A series designed for enthusiasts of all ages who wish to extend their understanding and enjoyment of music. THE SYMPHONY
Second of two illustrated talks by Roger Fiske on Mozart's Symphony No. 40, in G minor
A Listen and Learn series


Unknown: Roger Fiske


A monthly programme reflecting t'he current archaeological scene FROM PEASANT HITS TO PALACES
An archaeological assessment of Anglo-Saxon domestic architecture
In this edition
David Wilson , J. N. L. Myres
Brian Hope-Taylor , and Martyn Jope set out to show how the various types of building in town and village reflected the wide diversity of Anglo-Saxon society
Produced by John Blunden


Unknown: David Wilson
Unknown: J. N. L. Myres
Unknown: Brian Hope-Taylor
Unknown: Martyn Jope
Produced By: John Blunden


A weekly review of political, economic, and scientific developments in British and Overseas farming
Produced by George Sigsworth


Produced By: George Sigsworth


Safety measures to lessen the natural risks of building should be the aim of every good employer, but it is just as important for the building trade worker to co-operate in carrying them out and to understand why. Two guests of great experience discuss the problem of accident prevention with the team.
Charles Crichton and Ken Pearce builders
James Mills, President. National Federation of Building Trade Operatives
John Hayward. Company Safety Officer of a firm of building and public works contractors


Unknown: Charles Crichton
Unknown: Ken Pearce
Unknown: John Hayward.

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