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THE WEBBS by the Rt. Hon. John Strachey M.P , .
How far do the Labour movement and the Labour Party of today owe their shape and their purpose to the work of certain intellectuals in the opening half of this century? John Strachey considers the contribution of Sidney and Beatrice Webb , both of whom he knew.
Professor Asa Briggs on G. D. H. Cole : January 11

Contributors

Unknown:
Rt. Hon. John Strachey M.P
Unknown:
John Strachey
Unknown:
Beatrice Webb
Unknown:
Professor Asa Briggs
Unknown:
G. D. H. Cole

The American poet
Richard Wilbur reads a selection of his own poems
Edited from a Pacifica Foundation recording of a public reading given at the University of California, Berkeley

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Wilbur

A comic opera in two act9
Wordsi and music by PETER CORNELIUS sung in German
Chorus of the Society of Friends of Music of Vienna
VIENNA SYMPHONY Orchestra Conducted by HEINRICH HOLLREISER
Producer, Josef Gielcn
Acr 1: In the house of Nureddin

Contributors

Music By:
Peter Cornelius
Conducted By:
Heinrich Hollreiser
Producer:
Josef Gielcn
The Caliph (baritone):
Hans Braun
Baba Mustapha, a Cadi (tenor):
Paul Kuen
Margiana, his daughter (soprano):
Friederike Sailer
Bostana, a relative of the Cadi (mezzo-soprano):
Sonja Draksler
Nureddin (tenor):
Anton Dermota
Abul Hassan Ali Ebn Bekar, a barber (bass):
Oskar Czerwenka
First Muezzin (baritone):
Willy Bertl
Second Muezzin (tenor):
Alfred Scherhaufer
Third Muezzin (tenor):
Winfred Walk

Second of two talks by Geoffrey Bushnell
The sequence of events and pattern of development in the ancient Middle and South American civilisations are gradually becoming better understood, an understanding that has been greatly helped by the Carbon-14 method of dating archaeological remains. Dr. Bushnell talks about the two chief pre-Columbian centres of civilisation, Mexico and Peru, and some similarities and differences between them.

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Bushnell

Extracts from a diary
A radio script by Barbara Bray from the novel by JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
The birth of modern French existentialism recounted as the story of one maa with William Squire as Antoine Roquentln
Other parts played by Freda Dowie , Nerys Kerfoot
Kathleen Helme , Wilfred Babbage Produced by BARBARA BRAT

Contributors

Script By:
Barbara Bray
Novel By:
Jean-Paul Sartre
Unknown:
William Squire
Unknown:
Antoine Roquentln
Played By:
Freda Dowie
Played By:
Nerys Kerfoot
Played By:
Kathleen Helme
Played By:
Wilfred Babbage
Produced By:
Barbara Brat
Anny:
Margaret Whiting
Monsieur Piquet:
Haydn Jones
Francoise:
Freda Dowie

piano
Haydn
Sonata In E flat
(Haydn Society No. 49)
Mozart Adagio in B minor (K.540)
Fantasia in D minor (K.397) Minuet in D (K.355)
Rondo in A minor (K.511) Twelve variations on Je suis Lindor (K.354)
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Mozart Adagio

Third Programme

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