Track 1: His Quaker background in Dublin, his Wexford forebears, and their connections with Trinity Colleg Track 2: His early education and mentors. Track 3:Undergraduate days in Trinity in the 1940s; studying Natural Sciences. His membership of the Dublin Field Club. Track 4:The exclusionary nature of Trinity in earlier daysTrack 5:Graduation, and working with the Royal Belfast Academic Institute during World War II. Track 6: Appointment as Lecturer at Trinity in the Geography Department. A summary of his early academic career. Helen Haughton recalls student days in Trinity beginning in 1949. Their marriage in 1953. Memories of Professor Anne Crookshank and her family. Track 7: Recalls the Trinity Summer School, its instigation and its sponsorship, the lecturers there and the great voluntary work involved. Track 8: The Geography Department and the changes which took place there over the years. Track 9: Life at Trinity in the 1960s, and working as Dean of the Arts Faculty in Lagos, Nigeria with Brian McMurry.