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The Closed Shop--
A conspiracy of silence by D. F. Hutchison
Chief Personnel Officer
Of a large manufacturing company
Mr. Hutchison argues that the refusal of both management and trade union leaders to say where they stand on the closed shop is doing more harm than good. Diplomacy has degenerated into appeasement and provides trouble-makers with a continual source of friction.

Contributors

Unknown:
D. F. Hutchison

Readings from recent volumes of verse
Introduced by Elizabeth Jennings
In this programme Miss Jennings talks about Great Praises by Richard Eberhart , Like a Bulwark by Marianne Moore , Reading a Medal by Terence Tiller , A Winter Talent by Donald Davie , The Hawk in the Rain by Ted Hughes , and The Succession by Quentin Stevenson.
Readers:
Gary Watson , Patrick Garland

Contributors

Introduced By:
Elizabeth Jennings
Talks:
Miss Jennings
Unknown:
Richard Eberhart
Unknown:
Marianne Moore
Unknown:
Terence Tiller
Unknown:
Donald Davie
Unknown:
Ted Hughes
Readers:
Quentin Stevenson.
Readers:
Gary Watson
Readers:
Patrick Garland

The late String Quartets played by the Hollywood String Quartet:
Felix Slatkin , Paul Shure
Alvin Dinkin , Eleanor Aller
Quartet in B flat, Op. 130
Grosse Fuge in B flat, Op. 133
Second of three programmes in which all Beethoven's late quartets are being played by the Hollywood String Quartet.
Op. 132 and Op. 135: December 23

Contributors

Unknown:
Felix Slatkin
Unknown:
Paul Shure
Unknown:
Alvin Dinkin
Unknown:
Eleanor Aller
Unknown:
Grosse Fuge

by L. P. Hartley
A radio sequel to
'The Shrimp and the Anemone ' adapted as a play In two parts by Archie Campbell
PART 1
'The Sixth Heaven'
9.25 app. DURING THE INTERVAL
Five three-part Inventions by Bach played by Lukas Foss (piano) on a gramophone record
9.35 app. PART 2
' Eustace and Hilda'

Contributors

Unknown:
L. P. Hartley
Unknown:
Archie Campbell
Played By:
Lukas Foss

Third Programme

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