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The Powers of the American President
A conversation between
Norman Hunt and Malcolm T. Shaw
In a recent talk Dr. Norman Hunt , Lecturer in Politics, University of Oxford, asserted that the powers of the President of the United States were much less substantial than is generally believed. An American listener to this talk, Malcolm T. Shaw, former Lecturer in Government at the City College of New York, contests that view in this conversation.

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Hunt
Unknown:
Malcolm T. Shaw
Unknown:
Dr. Norman Hunt

Trolsdeme Ordre L'Impériale played by the Jacobean Ensemble:
. Neville Marriner (violin) Carl Pini (violin)
Desmond Dupre (viola da gamba) Directed by Thurston Dart (harpsichord) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Violin:
Neville Marriner
Violin:
Carl Pini
Viola:
Desmond Dupre
Harpsichord:
Thurston Dart

by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
Second of a group of three imaginary conversations
Illustrating changes of belief and attitude in our time
The scene is Roger Post-Mayhew's flat in Bloomsbury. Godfrey and young Nicholas Plant are expected.
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Roger Post-Mayhew:
Geoffrey Wincott
John Godfrey:
Ronald Baddiley
Nicholas Plant:
Charles Hodgson
Deirdre Fleisch (nee Post-Mayhew):
Lydia Sherwood

Beethoven Missa Solemnis
Teresa Stich-Randall (soprano) Norma Procter (contralto) Richard Lewis (tenor) Kim Borg (bass)
BBC Chorus
BBC Choral Society
Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Jascha Horenstein
PART 1
Kyrie: Gloria; Credo

Contributors

Unknown:
Beethoven Missa Solemnis
Soprano:
Teresa Stich-Randall
Contralto:
Norma Procter
Tenor:
Richard Lewis
Bass:
Kim Borg
Chorus-Master:
Leslie Woodgate
Leader:
Paul Beard
Conducted By:
Jascha Horenstein

Three talks by G. Kitson Clark Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
A broadcast version of his Ford Lectures given at Oxford in 1960 1: The Impersonal Agents
The speaker examines the increase of population and the progress of industrial developments which helped to create society in Victorian England, without the direction of any human intention.

Contributors

Unknown:
G. Kitson Clark

Third Programme

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