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by Philip E. Mosely.
Mr. Mosely, formerly Professor of International Relations at the Russian Institute of Columbia University, reviews some of the assumptions on which United States foreign policy has been based in the past decade and discusses how far they are still valid.
(BBC recording)

followed by an interlude at 8.65

Contributors

Speaker:
Philip E. Mosely

or Things as They Are
A version by Walter Allen and Rayner Heppenstall of the novel by William Godwin (1756-1836)
[Starring] Frank Duncan and Carleton Hobbs
This novel by William Godwin has been out of print for many years. Yet it is a landmark in the history of the novel, as its author's Political Justice is in libertarian thought.

(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 18)

Contributors

Adapter:
Walter Allen
Adapter:
Rayner Heppenstall
Author:
William Godwin
Producer:
Rayner Heppenstall
Collins:
Geoffrey Wincott
Caleb Williams:
Frank Duncan
Mr. Falkland:
Carleton Hobbs
Mr. Forester:
Laidman Browne
Gines:
Richard George
Captain Raymond:
Richard Williams
Mrs. Denison:
Virginia Winter
[Actor]:
Wilfred Babbage
[Actor]:
Robert Marsden
[Actor]:
Keith Pyott
[Actor]:
Ian Sadler
[Actress]:
Anita Sharp Bolster
[Actor]:
Jack Shaw

The first work (dated 1829) represents clothes being beaten on a kinuta, or wooden washing block. The shamisen is a three-stringed guitar-like instrument. Shika no tone, a duet expresses the calling and response of stags and hinds. The shakuhachi is a vertical bamboo flute. Isuzugawa was composed one New Year's Day, when the Japanese traditionally pray for good fortune and worship at their shrines: the River Isuzu flows before the Grand Shrine, at Ise. The koto (a form of harp) is played in this recording by the composer, the blind Dr. Michio Miyagi; who died in 1956.

Contributors

Koto:
Michio Miyagi

Third Programme

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