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 Trevor Harvey on Beethoven's Sixth Symphony (Pastoral)
A Listen and Learn series
A monthly magazine programme
Directing Ballet at the Paris Opera
Georges Skibine who succeeded Serge Lifar as maitre de ballet talks to Carl Wildman
Variations on a Theatre Theme by Ben Iden Payne
A series of talks in which the sevemty-nirre-year-old actor, director, and drama teacher, draws on his widely varied experience
2: Recollections of the era of actor-managers
First recorded for Radio/Television, Texas s
Practical men talking
THE EFFECT OF DESIGN
ON SPEED OF BUILDING
If he is not to lose money, the client today wants his building finished quickly. As labour costs are so high it is unreasonable to accelerate progress by the lavish use of manpower. The modern architect knows that speed of construction begins on the drawing-board and depends on the choice of materials, forward planning, and good organisation by the builder. Team
Charles Crichton director of a building company Edward Mills architect
Alan Sefton Jenkins consulting engineer
Raymond Mais managing director of a firm of building contractors
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