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: ORGAN RECITAL

by Anton Hmller
From the Second International
Organ Festival held in the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St. Alban

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Hmller

: SOUND

On Film
Douglas BROWN , Editor of Tape Recording Magazine, investigates film studio recording techniques and the quality of cinema sound, and talks to A. W. WATKINS , Recording Director at M.G.M. British Studios. Elstree. and members of his staff; L. Knopp , Technical Adviser to the Cinematograph Exhibitors' Association; Clive Donner , director of Nothing But The Best and The Caretaker
Produced by Richard KEEN
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Brown
Unknown: A. W. Watkins
Unknown: L. Knopp
Unknown: Clive Donner
Produced By: Richard Keen

: PARENTS AND CHILDREN

Clinic
A CONSULTANT PAEDIATRICIAN talks about some of the commonest problems which are brought to him and answers questions from mothers
5: Sleeplessness

: THE ARCHAEOLOGIST

A monthly programme reflecting the current archaeological scene
Homo habilis
A report on recent studies of the hominid now claimed to be the earliest toolmaker found by DR. Louis LEAKEY in the Olduvai Gorge at a level lower than Zinjanthropus
Speakers,
PHILLIP TOBIAS , JOHN NAPIER
Introduced by JOHN IRVING

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Louis Leakey
Unknown: Phillip Tobias
Unknown: John Napier
Introduced By: John Irving

: TALKING ABOUT MUSIC

Roger FISKE

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Fiske








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