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Second of two illustrated talks by Donald! Mitchell on Mahler's Fourtiii Symphony
Last programme in the present series A Listen and Leaitn series


A monthly magazine
African Theatre in South Africa
Its possibilities and special, problems discussed by Peggy Harper who formed and trained groups in mime and dance and Bhoke Modisane from the African Theatre Workshop
In the chair, Carl Wildman
Bloke Modisane is in ' The Blacks' at the Royal Court Theatre, London
The International Theatre Institute confers in Vienna on the subject of professional training and the role of the producer
Michet Saint-Dends founder of dramatic schools In France and England (The Old Vie Centre) and adviser to the Lincoln Centre in New York talks from Paris about the find ings of the I.T.I. Conference with Michael MacOwan
Principal of t'he London Academy of Music and, Dramatic Art
'In the chadn, John. Allen


Unknown: Peggy Harper
Unknown: Bhoke Modisane
Unknown: Carl Wildman
Unknown: Bloke Modisane
Unknown: Michet Saint-Dends
Unknown: Michael MacOwan
Unknown: John. Allen


Review of political, economic, and scientific developments in British and Overseas farming Produced by George Sigsworth


Produced By: George Sigsworth

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