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: THE ARCHAEOLOGIST

A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene RECONSTRUCTING A
ROMANO-BRITISH KILN
Last July at Boston in Lincolnshire, a group of amateur archaeologists built and fired a pottery kiln of the type used in Roman Britain. The results of this novel experiment and some of the further problems it suggested are discussed by: Philip MAYES. of Boston, who arranged the experiment. BRIAN HAYES. one of those who assisted him. MARTIN AITKEN , of the Oxford Laboratory for Archaeology and History of Art. J. P. ROBERTS , of the Department of Ceramics, University of Leeds, and MAURICE BARLEY . Senior Tutor in the Department. of Extra-Mural Studies in Nottingham University, who also introduces the programme
Produced by Paul Humphreys

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Mayes.
Unknown: Brian Hayes.
Unknown: Martin Aitken
Unknown: J. P. Roberts
Unknown: Maurice Barley
Produced By: Paul Humphreys

: KEEP UPYOUR ITALIAN

16: Travelling: in Italy
The programmes are presented by Giuseppe Manighetti with the assistance of Ariella Reggio and Andrea Tacchi Devised and produced by Elsie Ferguson
Repeated on Friday at 6.40
Details of the booklet and pronunciation disc can be found on page 22

Contributors

Presented By: Giuseppe Manighetti
Unknown: Ariella Reggio
Unknown: Andrea Tacchi
Produced By: Elsie Ferguson

: GROWING UPIN THE 1960s

A series for listeners with a professional or personal interest in adolescents. It describes the developments common to adolescence in any period and the special circumstances in which young people are growing up today.
5:The Value of Further Education
BRIAN GROOMBRIDGE discusses the importance and relevance of Further Education in the lives of today's adolescents with F. D. FLOWER . Principal of the Kingsway Day College
G. W. JORDAN. Principal of the Locksley Institute, Yorkshire
G. C. STUTTARD . Extra-Mural Tutor for Industrial Studies, University of London

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Groombridge
Unknown: F. D. Flower
Unknown: G. W. Jordan.
Unknown: G. C. Stuttard

: Third Programme

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: MARKET TRENDS

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