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Peter Hall , director of the Shakepeare Memorial Theatre, Stratfordupon-Avon. discusses his plans and aims for the new venture at the Aldwych Theatre, London. Interviewer, Carl Wildman
Siobhan McKenna , in conversation with John Allen , talks about acting in the Irish theatre
Variations on a Theatre Theme by Ben Iden Payne : In the first of a series of talks the seventy-nine-year-old actor, director, and teacher in drama schools draws on his richly varied experience
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Practical men talking
In the light of previous discussions on new techniques and the building trade worker, the team call in two experts, one from London and one from Yorkshire, to take the question of training building apprentices a stage further.
Director of a building comany Ken Pearce , builder
Peter Shepherd. Chairman. Yorkshire Educational Association for the Building Industry
Ernest Jones. London Regional Secretary, National Federation of Building Trade Operatives
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