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Jazz Themes composed and arranged by ROBERT FARNON for
Introduced by Tony HALL Produced by RON BELCHIER


Arranged By: Robert Farnon
Unknown: Eric Delaney
Introduced By: Tony Hall
Produced By: Ron Belchier


Programme 27 Speaker, ALAN RIDOUT
See page 52 for details of accompanying booklet


Unknown: Alan Ridout


Eight weekly programmes 7: Man in Society
A study of the Dinka, a semi-nomadic people of the Southern Sudan by GODFREY LIENHARDT
Lecturer in African Sociology. University of Oxford with contributions from
FRANCIS DENG who is himself a member of the Dinka
Next Sunday at 2.40:
What is Civilisation? discussion between Prof. Stuart Piggotl (chairman). Dr. M. I. Finley , Dr. Godfrey Lienhardt , and Prof. Richard Hoggart
For details of accompanying booklet see page 52.


Unknown: Godfrey Lienhardt
Unknown: Stuart Piggotl
Unknown: Dr. M. I. Finley
Unknown: Dr. Godfrey Lienhardt
Unknown: Prof. Richard Hoggart

: Third Programme


: Closedown

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