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by Paul Mayersberg
Mr. Mayersberg believes that the role of the spectator in the cinema is uniquely important, because the director must use his viewpoint to focus his ideas. He discusses the work of Preminger, Antonioni, Godard, and Resnais (among others) in an analysis of the four main kinds of film which result from pursuing the implications of the spectator's unique role to its logical conclusion.
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Mayersberg

Ustad Vilayat Khan (sitar)
Ustad Imrat Khan (surbahar)
Shanta Prasad (tabla)
Ayana Deva Angadi (tamboura)
Raga Ahir-Bhairav , Tal Tritala. for sitar with tabla accompaniment
Jhap-tal, for tabla with tamboura accompaniment
Raga Yaman , for surbahar with tamboura accompaniment
Raga Bhimapalas , for sitar and surbahar, with tamboura accompaniment

Contributors

Unknown:
Imrat Khan
Unknown:
Shanta Prasad
Unknown:
Ayana Deva Angadi
Unknown:
Raga Ahir-Bhairav
Unknown:
Tal Tritala.
Unknown:
Raga Yaman
Unknown:
Raga Bhimapalas

An enquiry by G. S. A. WHEATCROPT , Professor of English Law in the University of London, who examines the social and economic implications of present-day taxation and the distribution of the tax burden.
The other speakers are:
A. E. AYLMER , H. J. B. COCKSHUTT , A. G. DAVIES , the Rt. Hon. DOUGLAS JAY, m.p., NICHOLAS KALDOR , Reader in Economics and Politics in the University of Cambridge, F. W. PAISH , Professor of Economics, GEOFFREY STEVENS , M.P., and a QUEEN'S COUNSEL Produced by NESTA PAIN
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
G. S. A. Wheatcropt
Speakers Are:
A. E. Aylmer
Speakers Are:
H. J. B. Cockshutt
Unknown:
A. G. Davies
Unknown:
Rt. Hon. Douglas Jay, M.P.,
Reader:
Nicholas Kaldor
Unknown:
F. W. Paish
Unknown:
Geoffrey Stevens
Produced By:
Nesta Pain

A story by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Read by David Bauer
The man was old enough to know that he would look back to that time-the tranquil street and the pleasant weather and the mystery before the child's eyes, mystery which he had created, but whose lustre and texture he could never see or touch any more himself..... : second broadcast

Contributors

Story By:
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Read By:
David Bauer

Third Programme

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