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The Jacobean Ensemble:
Neville Marriner (violin)
Peter Gibbs (viola)
Desmond DuprS (viola da gamba) Dennis Nesbitt (viola da gamba)
Thurston Dart
(organ and harpsichord)
Fantasy No. 10 (four parts)
Sonata No. 7, in E minor, for two violins and continuo
Suite No. 4, for harpsichord Fantasy No. 11 (four parts)
Sonata No. 8, in G, for two violins and continuo
Suite No. 6, for harpsichord Fantasy No. 12 (four parts)
Fourth of six programmes of music by Purcell


Neville Marriner
Peter Gibbs
Desmond Duprs
Dennis Nesbitt
Thurston Dart

by Ian Trafford, Industrial correspondent of the Financial Times
A series of talks on four controversial ways of regulating trade

Certain industries have felt it necessary to control their retail outlets either by buying them up or restricting their freedom to buy from other suppliers. Mr. Trafford considers the reasons for and against this policy in the case of garages


Ian Trafford

by G. Lowes Dickinson
Arranged for radio by Sasha Moorsom
(Continued in next column)
Produced by Sasha Moorsom


G. Lowes Dickinson
Sasha Moorsom
Produced By:
Sasha Moorsom
G Lowes Dickinson:
Cecil Bellamy
Lord Cantilupe (a Tory):
Robert Farquharson
Alfred Remenham (a Liberal):
Ronald Simpson
Reuben Mendoza (a Conservative):
Ernest Milton
George Allison (a Socialist):
Denys Blakelock
Angus MacCarthy (an Anarchist):
Robert Bernai
Henry Martin (a Professor):
Felix Aylme:
Charles Wilson (a Man of Science):
James McKechnie
Arthur Ellis (a Journalist):
Hugh Burden
Philip Audubon (a Man of Business):
Anthony Jacobs
Aubrey Coryat (a Poet):
Martin Starkie
Sir John Harington (a Gentleman of Leisure):
Robert Harris
William Woodman (a member of the Society of Friends):
James Thomason
Geoffrey Vivian (a Man of Letters):
Carleton Hobbs

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