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A discussion
Speakers:
Edward Shackleton, O.B.E.
Chief Registrar of the John Lewis Partnership
Peter Wiles
Fellow of New College, Oxford and George Woodcock, C.B.E. Assistant General-Secretary of the T.U.C.
Mr. Wiles believes that nation-wide trade unions have outlived their purpose and are now the main barrier to social progress in industry. While not denying that some changes may be needed, Mr. Woodcock argues that the unions have an even more important role to play in future

Contributors

Unknown:
Edward Shackleton, O.B.E.
Unknown:
George Woodcock, C.B.E.

A radio play by Padraic Fallon
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Many other characters
(too numerous to mention) played by Shay Gorman , Ian Sadler
Tony Quinn. Patrick Magee
Brian Haines. Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Angela Kirk , Doreen Keogh
Julian Forbes and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Violinist, Olive Zorian

Contributors

Play By:
Padraic Fallon
Produced By:
Martyn C. Webster
Played By:
Shay Gorman
Played By:
Ian Sadler
Unknown:
Tony Quinn.
Unknown:
Patrick Magee
Unknown:
Brian Haines.
Unknown:
Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Unknown:
Angela Kirk
Unknown:
Doreen Keogh
Unknown:
Julian Forbes
Violinist:
Olive Zorian
Rudolph:
Allan McClelland
Charlotte:
Sheila Manahan
Josiah Wallace:
Wilfrid Brambell
Mrs Dooley:
Jean Taylor-Smith
The Commentator:
Robert Mooney

A group of three programmes
2-The Pro-Consul
H. T. Lambrick, C.I.E.
Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford introduces a programme of readings from unpublished letters written from India by Hardinge and his two sons, Charles and Arthur. These were sent during the period of Hardinge's Governor-Generalship of India (1844-48) to his wife, Lady Emily, who had been obliged for health reasons to remain at home.

Contributors

Unknown:
H. T. Lambrick, C.I.E.

Third Programme

About this data

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