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The prehistory of southern and equatorial Africa
Introduced by Professor Desmond Clark
University of California. Berkeley
6: The Impact of the Outside World Explorers and traders from Islam and Christendom arriving on the East and West coasts between the 12th and 15th centuries A.D., had a profound effect on the development of native cultures -a process that has yet to be resolved. Speakers: GERVASE MATHEW ERIC AXELSON , JOHN D. Face Produced by John Irving


Introduced By: Professor Desmond Clark
Unknown: Gervase Mathew
Unknown: Eric Axelson
Unknown: John D.
Produced By: John Irving

: Keep Up Your Italian

9: Italian Towns (ii)
See Friday at 6.40
Details of the booklet and pronunciation disc can be found on page 50


The World of Work:
Dr. W. D. Wall , Director. National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, talks about the effect on children of parents' attitudes to their jobs
The Widowed Family:
A discussion of the problems of parent and children s


Unknown: Dr. W. D. Wall

: Third Programme

See facing page


: Closedown

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