The Coroner's Court is the most ancient Court in the country. It has been questioned lately whether it should not be reformed. It will be remembered that it is essentially a Court of Inquiry and it is alleged that often it becomes a Court of Trial
This question will be discussed this evening by two members of the legal profession
Interlude in One Act From the French by ENRICO GOLISCIANI
English Version by CLAUDE AVELING
Music by ERMANNO WOLF-FERRARI with NOËL EADIE
HAROLD WILLIAMS and THE BBC
Leader, ALFRED CAVE
Conducted by LESLIE HEWARD
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