A series designed for enthusiasts of aU ages who wish to extend their understanding and enjoyment of music.
First of two illustrated talks by Trevor Harvey on Beethoven's Sixth Symphony (Pastoral)
A Listen and Learn series
A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene
HARVEST FROM THE SEA
Until recently, underwater archaeology has tended to be conducted in the spirit of a treasure hunt. Now it is realised that carefully controlled underwater excavation, using specialised techniques, can often yield a rich archaeological harvest from beneath the sea.
Herb Greer and Joan du Plat Taylor spent last summer in the Mediterranean. working on a wreck more than 3.000 years old. They discuss with KATHLEEN KENYON the scientific methods they employed and those of others working in this field Produced by John Blunden
Joan du Plat
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