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by Claude Bourdet Editor of France Observateur
How far is President de Gaulle fettered in his policy towards Algeria by the Tery forces that put him into power? Claude Bourdet, a journalist and publicist of the French non-communist left, gives his own view of developments in France and Algeria in the light of the recent referendum.

Contributors

Unknown:
Claude Bourdet

A Roman comedy by PLAUTUS c. 255 B.c.-184 B.C.
Translated by Patric Dickinson
Music by Thomas Eastwood with Norman Shelley and Howard Marion-Crawford as the two Amphitryons
Characters in order of speaking:
A section of the New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Harry Newstone Production by RAYMOND RAIKES

Contributors

Translated By:
Patric Dickinson
Music By:
Thomas Eastwood
Unknown:
Norman Shelley
Unknown:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Conducted By:
Harry Newstone
Production By:
Raymond Raikes
Jupiter:
Norman Shelley
Mercurv:
Allan McClelland
Sosia Amphitryon's slave:
Geoffrey Matthews
Alcmena:
Valerie Hanson
Amphitryon:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Bromia Alcmena's maid:
Penelope Lee

Ecce Sacerdos Magnus and Mass in E minor
BBC Chorus
Chorus-Master. Leslie Woodgate Alan Harverson (organ)
Wind Section of the London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Bryan Fairfax
From St. Gabriel's Church Cricklewood, London

Contributors

Chorus-Master:
Leslie Woodgate
Chorus-Master:
Alan Harverson
Conducted By:
Bryan Fairfax

Illustrated talk by Arnold Goldsbrough
During the whole of the nineteenth century Bach's keyboard music was played on the piano without question and with little concern for his own instruments or the kind of interpretation they demanded.
Arnold Goldsbrough has for many years performed Bach's music on the harpsichord, but he defends the use of the piano with due regard to the considerations he advances in this talk.

Contributors

Talk By:
Arnold Goldsbrough
Unknown:
Arnold Goldsbrough

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