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A critical speculation in dramatic form by Michael Innes
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
1—'The Historical Macbeth'
2—' The Poet's Mind '
Scenes from Shakespeare's ' Macbeth ' played by Oliver Burt and Grizelda Hervey
Passages from
Holinshed's Chronicles ' read by Howieson Culff
Author's commentary read by Carleton Hobbs
Also taking part:
Denise Bryer , Helena Gloag
Stanley Groome , Malcolm Hayes
Joan Matheson. Bryan Powley Ronald Sidney. Dorothy Smith and Richard Williams

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Innes
Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Played By:
Oliver Burt
Played By:
Grizelda Hervey
Read By:
Howieson Culff
Read By:
Carleton Hobbs
Unknown:
Denise Bryer
Unknown:
Helena Gloag
Unknown:
Stanley Groome
Unknown:
Malcolm Hayes
Unknown:
Joan Matheson.
Unknown:
Bryan Powley
Unknown:
Ronald Sidney.
Unknown:
Dorothy Smith
Unknown:
Richard Williams

The Art of Fugue
Prepared for performance by Leonard Isaacs
Part 3
London Harpsichord. Ensemble:
John Francis (flute and bass flute)
Joy Boughton (oboe and cor anglais) Peter Graeme (oboe and oboe d'amore)
Paul Draper (bassoon) Peter Parry (bassoon)
Manoug Pariklan (violin)
Hans Geiger (violin) Bernard Davis (viola) Terence Weil (cello) Peter Beavan (cello)
Adrian Beers (double-bass)
Millicent Silver (harpsichord)

Contributors

Flute:
John Francis
Oboe:
Joy Boughton
Oboe:
Peter Graeme
Bassoon:
Paul Draper
Bassoon:
Peter Parry
Violin:
Hans Geiger
Viola:
Bernard Davis
Cello:
Terence Weil
Cello:
Peter Beavan

A series of six lectures by Professor E. Evans-Pritchard
5-Modern Anthropological Studies The speaker is Professor of Social Anthropology at Oxford University. In the course of these weekly lectures he is surveying the growth, the present position, and the applications of this field of knowledge.
Tonight's lecture is mainly concerned with the aims. methods, and tendencies of modem anthropology, illustrated by examples of modern fieldwork monographs. At the end this lecture reaches forward to the theme of the next and last lecture, by tentatively suggesting the significance of some of the findings of such monographs.
From the Hall of the Royal Society of Arts. London

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor E. Evans-Pritchard

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