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by SHIKITEI SAMBA
Translated and adapted by Geoffrey Bownas with samisen music composed by Yuizi SHINICHI played by the composer and Matsuo Keiko
This is the first known translation of an early nineteenth-century Japanese classic. By means of apparently casual conversation in a bath-house, it reflects the life and opinions of Japanese men and women at that time.
Those taking part
Olive Gregg. Kathleen Helme Nan Marriott-Watson
Diana Olsson , Eva Stuart
Nicholas Edmett , Denis Goacher Garard Green , Anthony Jacobs Philip Madoc , Eric Phillips
Produced by TERENCE TILLER

Contributors

Adapted By:
Geoffrey Bownas
Composed By:
Yuizi Shinichi
Unknown:
Olive Gregg.
Unknown:
Kathleen Helme
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Nan Marriott-Watson
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Diana Olsson
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Eva Stuart
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Nicholas Edmett
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Denis Goacher
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Garard Green
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Anthony Jacobs
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Philip Madoc
Unknown:
Eric Phillips
Produced By:
Terence Tiller

by Maurice Shock Fellow of University College, Oxford
Is Britain's two-party political system inviolable? Or has a third party a chance — either of achieving power or at least of helping to oust a government it opposes? These are some of the questions with which Maurice Shock grapples in his talk, which arises from the recently published book by Sir Ivor Jennings , Party Politics, Volume 1: Appeal to the People.

Contributors

Unknown:
Maurice Shock
Book By:
Sir Ivor Jennings

A monthly series of programmes 7: COLIN CLOUT'S COME HOME AGAIN
by EDMUND SPENSER
Excerpts from the long pastoral allegory in which Spenser describes his visit to Queen Elizabeth's court in 1589. Reader: Robert Irwin

Contributors

Unknown:
Edmund Spenser
Reader:
Robert Irwin

by Owen Holloway
In his recent Reith Lectures Edgar Wind spoke about the superficial response to art which he believes to be characteristic of our time. Mr. Holloway attempts to fill in the practical context of the problem.

Contributors

Unknown:
Owen Holloway

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