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Talk by R. W. K. Hinton
Fellow of Peterhouse. Cambridge
The real questions involved in the trial of King Charles I constantly recur. ' A government can truly make itself a tyrant' lawfully and in good faith. How much governing does a nation require; how much can it afford?

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Talk By:
R. W. K. Hinton

Translated and adapted from
Jules Huret 's ' Enquete sur l'Evolution Litteraire ' by Robert Baldick D.Phll. , Lecturer in French at Pembroke College, Oxford
In 1891 Jules Huret conducted, on behalf of the Echo de Paris, an enquiry into the state of contemporary French literature. His enquiry was published in the form of a series of interviews.
Third of six programmes

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Unknown:
Jules Huret
Unknown:
Robert Baldick D.Phll.
Huret:
Derek Hart
Maupassant:
Alan Wheatley
Huysmans:
Denis McCarthy

First of three talks by K. P. Wachsmann, Ph.D .
Curator of the Uganda Museum. Kampala
Dr. Wachsmann shows that the strong musical traditions of Uganda have been subjected to many influences from other parts of Africa-as well as those which began with the bugte-calls of Speke's expedition in 1862. He illustrates the major changes and considers the conditions determining the acceptance or rejection of new musical ideas.

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Unknown:
K. P. Wachsmann, Ph.D

Missa Sine Nomine
Henri Arque. Stanislas Boutry and Fernand Marin (trombones)
Philippe Caillard Vocal Ensemble
Director, Philippe Caillard on gramophone records

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Unknown:
Missa Sine Nomine
Unknown:
Henri Arque.
Unknown:
Stanislas Boutry
Unknown:
Fernand Marin
Unknown:
Philippe Caillard
Unknown:
Philippe Caillard

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