Track 1: His undergraduate days at Trinity from 1949, and his courses and lecturers in Physics and ChemistryTrack 2: Recalling student groups and societies from undergraduate daysTrack 3: The admission of female lecturers to the Common Room in 1955, and his involvement in the change. Track 4: The traffic through the College, and how Dublin people perceived the college. The ban on Catholic students. Track 5: The use of the Long Room in former times by students to view old exam papers, and the previous location of the Book of Kells. Track 6: College funding down through the yearsTrack 7: Summarising his long association with Trinity College.