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Marian Nowakowski (bass) Clifton Helliwell (piano) Smetana
Vecerni pisne (Evening Songs):
Kdo v ziate struny zahrat zna Ne kamenujte proroky Mne zdalo se
Hej! jaka radost vkole Z svych pisni trun Brahms
Vier ernste Gesange

Contributors

Bass:
Marian Nowakowski
Piano:
Clifton Helliwell
Piano:
Vecerni Pisne
Unknown:
Vier Ernste Gesange

The novel by ALBERT CAMUS translated and adapted by Sasha Moorsom
Music composed and directed by Roberto Gerhard with Marhis Goring as Meursault
Other parts played by Philip Cunningham , Godfrey Kenton Joyce Latham , Edgar Norfolk Ian Sadler , Roger Snowdon
The scene is a town in Algiers in the late 1930s.
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL

Contributors

Novel By:
Albert Camus
Adapted By:
Sasha Moorsom
Directed By:
Roberto Gerhard
Unknown:
Marhis Goring
Played By:
Philip Cunningham
Played By:
Godfrey Kenton
Played By:
Joyce Latham
Played By:
Edgar Norfolk
Played By:
Ian Sadler
Played By:
Roger Snowdon
Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Marie:
Isla Cameron
Sintes:
Charles Leno
Judge:
Leslie Perrins
Prosecution:
Carleton Hobbs

A discussion between
Dr. Bernard Brodie former Professor of International Relations at Yale, author of Strategy in the Missile Age, and now a senior executive with the RAND Corporation and John Grant
Defence Correspondent of The Times
If the Polaris missile launched from nuclear-powered submarines is an invulnerable deterrent, what are the strategic consequences for the West? The speakers suggest some answers to this question, and among the points discussed are surprise attack and second strike, the British deterrent, NATO, and the problem of tactical nuclear weapons and escalation.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr. Bernard Brodie
Unknown:
John Grant

Third Programme

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