A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene RECONSTRUCTING A
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
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
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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
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