by DR. MAX HAMMERTON
Is there any scientific basis for Sigmund Freud 's explanation of our mental processes and the treatment based on it? Dr. Max Hammerton who works in Cam-bridge gives his views.
A Lament by Okot p'Bitek
Spoken by VALERIE MURRAY Adapted and produced by Douglas CLEVERDON
This compassionate satire on modern Africa concerns the unhappy plight of Lawino, a woman of the Acholi tribe in Uganda. Her husband Ocol considers himself Progressive and civilised, and despises her for her ignorance; he is In love with a beautiful modern girl named Clementine, who can dance the ballroom dances as white people do. Ocol has borrowed the clothes and the ideas of white People; he behaves like a white man's dog.
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