Introduced by Robin Holmes
THE OUTLAWS ON PARNASSUS': ': Derek Hart and Margaret Kennedy talk about her recent book on some present-day aspects of the novel
SPECIAL NOTICE: The Crossing of Antarctica by Sir Vivian Fuchs and Sir Edmund Hillary , reviewed by Lord Shackleton
LIBRARY LIST: C. Day Lewis on some new mystery stories
A BOOK TO REMEMBER: Gilbert Harding gives the first of a series of occasional talks by well-known people
Introduced by John Lade
John Warrack in ' Building a Library ' considers the current recordings of Mozart's Clarinet Quintet
Stephen Dodgson reviews the recent issue of ' The Gypsy Baron' by Johann Strauss
B. J. Webb contributes the first of three talks on the choice of equipment
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