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Charles Janson discusses the Crofters Commission, recently established by Act of Parliament, in relation to the general problems of the seven crofting counties of Scotland and, in particular, the problem of repopulation. West Highland Survey—an Essay in Human Ecology, edited by F. Fraser Darling , has recently been published.
(The recorded broadcast of July 19)

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Janson
Edited By:
F. Fraser Darling

Talk by Alexander Dru
When the Danish philosopher Kierkegaard died, on November II, 1855, he was almost unknown outside his own country. Since his death, however, and particularly during the last fifty years, his works have exercised a dominant influence on religious thought.
See also Saturday at 10.30 lollowed by an interlude at 9.0

Contributors

Talk By:
Alexander Dru

('L'Otage')
A drama by Paul Claudel
Translated and adapted by Edward Sackville -West
Production by Raymond Raikes
Incidental music composed and conducted by John Hotchkis
The action of the play begins in an old Cistercian abbey in a remote part of France in the year 1812.

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Claudel
Adapted By:
Edward Sackville
Production By:
Raymond Raikes
Conducted By:
John Hotchkis
A Quiet Voice:
T St John Barry
Sygne de Coûfontaine:
Diana Maddox
Vicomte Georges Agénor de Coufontaine:
James McKechnie
Suzanne:
Hester Paton Brown
Baron Toussaint Turelure (Prefect of the Marne, later of the Seine):
Francis de Wolff
The Abbé Badilon:
Raf de la Torre
The Guest:
Harcourt Williams
A despatch rider:
Ian Sadler
Monsieur Lafleur:
Michael O'Halloran
An orderly:
Richard Waring

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