1: The Royal College of Music, London
CELIA IRVING talks to professors and students, and some of the orchestral, choral, and other musical activities of the College are heard-including the young children's classes on Saturday mornings tA BBC World Service production; broadcast on February 4
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A. ALVAREZ talks to EDNA O'BRIEN about her collection of short stories The Love Object and to DAN JACOBSON about James Baldwin 's new novel Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone
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