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From the Cheltenham Festival of British Contemporary Music
Denis Matthews (piano) Virtuoso Ensemble Edward Walker (flute) Leon Goossens (oboe) Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon) John Burden (horn)
Patrick Halling (violin) Gwynne Edwards (viola) Willem de Mont (cello) with Michael Jeffries (harp)
Stephen Whittaker (percussion) Susan Bradshaw (piano) first performance: commissioned for the occasion by the BBC
Directed by JOHN CAREWE

Contributors

Piano:
Denis Matthews
Flute:
Edward Walker
Oboe:
Leon Goossens
Bassoon:
Ronald Waller
Horn:
John Burden
Violin:
Patrick Halling
Viola:
Gwynne Edwards
Cello:
Willem de Mont
Harp:
Michael Jeffries
Harp:
Stephen Whittaker
Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Directed By:
John Carewe

by J. H. Smith
Lecturer in Social Science at London School of Economics
Training for management is of growing importance to industry and commerce. But who should organise it? Industry and commerce alone? Or have the universities a part to play? In the first of these two talks, V. L. Allen of the University of Leeds raised grave doubts about the part being played by universities. In tonight's talk, Mr. Smith advances strongly differing views.

Contributors

Unknown:
J. H. Smith
Unknown:
V. L. Allen

by ALBERT CAMUS
Paul Scofield gives a performance of La Chute
The novel translated by Justin O'Brien
Edited by Harry Moore
A one-time Paris barrister, now spending his days and nights in a bar in the sailors' quarter of Amsterdam, tells a compatriot the story of his life-expressing modern man's hypocrisy, his need for justice, and the hope that, when judged, he be judged innocent. In the figure of this self-styled ' judge-penitent ' Camus has created one of the most disturbing characters of our time.
Backgrounds recorded in Amsterdam by Stichting Nederlandse Radio Unie Production by H. B. FORTUIN
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Camus
Unknown:
Paul Scofield
Translated By:
Justin O'Brien
Edited By:
Harry Moore
Production By:
H. B. Fortuin

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