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on The Morality of Advertising Defender
Father Laurence Bright , o.P. Objector
Father Kenelm Foster , O.P.
Moderator
Father Illtud Evans , O.P.
The Disputation, to be conducted on the traditional pattern of a strict logical demonstration, considers the uses and limits of advertising and, in particular, inspects the moral implications of its recent commercial developments.
Given before a meeting of the Cambridge University Aquinas Society at Blackfriars, the Dominican House at Cambridge

Contributors

Unknown:
Father Laurence Bright
Unknown:
Father Kenelm Foster
Unknown:
Father Illtud Evans

Quintet for wind and piano
Played by the Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble Gareth Morris (flute)
Stephen Waters (clarinet) Cecil James (bassoon) Barry Tuckwell (horn)
Patrick Piggott (piano)

Contributors

Flute:
Gareth Morris
Clarinet:
Stephen Waters
Bassoon:
Cecil James
Horn:
Barry Tuckwell
Piano:
Patrick Piggott

by H. A. L. CRAIG
Sir Walter Ralegh
'The School of Night' was Shakespeare's nickname for an Elizabethan literary group founded by Sir Walter Ralegh. Among its members were such nobles as the Earl of Northumberland (known as ' The Wizard Earl') and such poets as Marlowe and Chapman. Under the tutelage of Thomas Harriot, the mathematician, they studied theology, astronomy, philosophy, geography, and chemistry.
with John Rye , Arthur Lawrence and Nicholas Edmett
Production by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON

Contributors

Unknown:
H. A. L. Craig
Unknown:
Sir Walter Ralegh
Unknown:
Sir Walter Ralegh.
Unknown:
John Rye
Unknown:
Arthur Lawrence
Unknown:
Nicholas Edmett
Production By:
Douglas Cleverdon
Sir Walter Ralegh:
John Neville
The Earl of Northumberland:
Denys Blakelock
Dr Thomas Harriot:
Roger Delgado
Dr John Dee:
Norman Shelley
Kelly:
Patrick Magee
Matthew Royden:
Harold Reese
Peasle:
Charles E Stidwill
Doll:
Vivienne Chatterton

Third Programme

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