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Three talks by Charles Cape
As the son of a missionary, Charles Cape spent his childhood near Benares, the sacred city of the Hindus, making much the same kind of friends as Kipling's Kim. In this talk he describes how he persuaded an old sorcerer from the outcast tribe of the Doms to disclose some of the secrets of his technique.

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Speaker:
Charles Cape

Edinburgh Festival Edition
Conducted by Sir Gerald Barry
with Helen Gardner, Eric Newton, Stephen Potter, Dilys Powell and Desmond Shawe-Taylor
The Critics have visited the Edinburgh International Festival, and this week their programme does not include the usual book and radio sections. They discuss: the Swedish Royal Ballet; La Piccola Scala in Bellini's opera La Sonnambula; Hasenclever's play Man of Distinction; the exhibition of paintings by Monet; films from the Film Festival; and other topics.

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Conducted By:
Sir Gerald Barry
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Helen Gardner
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Eric Newton
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Stephen Potter
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Dilys Powell
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Desmond Shawe-Taylor
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La Piccola Scala

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