A series designed for enthusiasts of all ages who wish to extend their understanding and enjoyment of music. THE SYMPHONY
First of two illustrated talks by Roger Fiske on Stravinsky's
Symphony in. three movements
A Listen and Learn series
A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene
MAN, MEDICINE, AND MAGIC IN EARLY CIVILISATIONS
The second and last part of an archaeological survey of the health of early man and the development of medical practice: this programme is mainly concerned with the Egyptian, Greek, and Roman periods.
Introduced by Dr. Bryn Thomas with contributions from
Don Brothwell. Dr. Calvin Wells Professor Ian Richmond and Dr. Arnold Katz *
Produced by John Blunden
Practical men talking
KEY MEN ON SITE
Clerk of Works and Contractor's Agent
These two key figures will be found on every building site of any size throughout the job. The Clerk of Works represents the client and the Contractor's Agent the building firm. In this programme they describe how each complements the other's work and go on to discuss their mutual problems. Speakers
Director of a building company Arthur Cannell Clerk of Works
Robert McCallum Contractor's Agent
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