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A Village in North Wales.
Many of the original inhabitants of this village have gone away. In this programme Philip O'Connor talks with the few who have remained and with newcomers like himself.
Produced by David Thomson

Contributors

Talks:
Philip O'Connor
Produced By:
David Thomson

Amadeus String Quartet: Norbert Brainin (violin), Siegmund Nissel (violin), Peter Schidlof (viola), Martin Lovett (cello)
The last of three programmes each consisting of a quartet by a contemporary
British composer and a quartet by Dvorak.

Contributors

Violinist:
Norbert Brainin
Violinist:
Siegmund Nissel
Violaist:
Peter Schidlof
Cellist:
Martin Lovett

A discussion between
Barbara Wootton and Herbert Hart
Lady Wootton'. view is that in criminal eases one should think only about what is the best way to deal with people'; this is a much more adequate theory of punishment than that of meting out deserts She criticises recent legislation as half way between these two theories.
Professor Hart analyses the notions of responsibility implied in these theories and points out the difficulty of judging criminals rather than crimes. How do you measure responsibility? Can doctors do it better?

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Wootton
Unknown:
Herbert Hart

' Secheresses '
Cantata for mixed chorus and orchestra
Poems by Edward James
Les sauterelles; Le village abandonne: La faux avenir; Le squelette de la mer sung by the Elisabeth Brasseur Chorale with the Paris Conservatoire Orchestra Conducted by Georges Tzipine on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Edward James
Unknown:
Elisabeth Brasseur Chorale
Conducted By:
Georges Tzipine

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