A series of ten weekly programmes COMMUNISM AND THE INTELLECTUALS by David Watkins
Mr. Watkins, Research Fellow of St. Antony's College and Lecturer in Chinese and Japanese in the University of Oxford, talks about the place of the intellectual in contemporary Chinese society.
Discussion on the arts in China today: February 14
Capriccio, for piano (left hand) and wind ensemble Played by Otakar Hollmann (piano) with Frantisek Cech (flute); Rudolf Lisy , Jiri Horak (trumpets); Miroslav Stindl Antonin Kettner , Josef Urban (trombones); Josef Sladek (tuba)
Conducted by Jarmil M. Burghauser on a gramophone record
by ALBERT CAMUS
Justin O'Brien 's
English version of La Chute
Narrative edited by Harry Moore
A one-time Paris barrister, now spending his days and nights in a bar in the sailors' quarter of Amsterdam, meets a compatriot and tells him the story of his life, expressing modern man's hypocrisy, his need for justice, and the hope that, when judged, he be judged innocent. In the figure of this self-styled ' judge-penitent' Camus has created one of the most disturbing characters of our time.
Production by H. B. Fortuin
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