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: FOR TECHNICAL COLLEGES OUR TIMES

A series of ten programmes on the history of today and yesterday compiled from BBC Archive recordings
Written and introduced by GILBERT PHELPS
9:Social Changes In BritainTuesday's broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By: Gilbert Phelps

: FOR SCHOOLS AN ACT OF WORSHIP

Introductory Music
9.35 THE Service
King of glory, king of peace
(Tune, Gwalchmai)
Interlude: A Message for Men in Danger (St. Mark's Gospel) 10: Caesar and God
The Prayer for Guidance
Jesus shall reign (Tune, Truro)

: JAZZ SESSION

Five musicians sing and eight musicians play the arrangements of Jimmy Watson
Introduced by PHILLIP HINTON Produced by BRYANT Marriott

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Unknown: Jimmy Watson
Introduced By: Phillip Hinton
Produced By: Bryant Marriott

: BACKGROUND TO MUSIC

A new series on the history and conventions of opera 8: Recitative in Verdi and Puccini Illustrated talk by ALAN RIDOUT

Contributors

Talk By: Alan Ridout

: ASPECTS OF THE RENAISSANCE

by DENYS HAY
Professor of Medieval History in the University of Edinburgh 8: Summary and Prospect
To what extent and in what ways do Renaissance values survive into our own times? Professor Hay argues that, though the educaticnal effects of the Renaissance are beginning to come to an end, its influence on language is fundamental and enduring.
Reader, GARY WATSON

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Unknown: Denys Hay
Reader: Gary Watson








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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