by Terence Tiller
London String Quartet:
Granville Jones (violin)
Carl Pini (violin)
Keith Cummings (viola) Douglas Cameron (cello)
by Robin Marris
Fellow of King's College. Cambridge Mr. Marris considers some of the international factors likely to limit the freedom of manoeuvre of a future Labour government. In particular, he speculates on how far such a government would feel inhibited by foreign confidence in the pound, by the emigration statistics, and by the emergence of a Free Trade Area.
A reading from
Natalie Moya and Gerik Schjelderup
Second of two illustrated talks by Gerald Osborne
Two young singers who have recently acquired fame, Curro Utrera and Fosforito, have recorded the illustrations for this talk, some of them with the co-operation of La Emisora de Cordoba.