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A series of conversations between speakers primarily concerned with the academic study of ideas and those with practical responsibilities
5:Equality between People andNations
The participants are:
Sir Isaiah Berlin
Professor of Social and Political Theory, University of Oxford
John Foster, Q.C., M.P.
Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford, and for three years Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Commonwealth Relations Office
Stuart Hall
A West Indian living in London, formerly Editor of the New Left Review
Joan Robinson
Reader in Economics, University of Cambridge
Stuart Hampshire
Professor of Philosophy of Mind and Logic, University of London who leads the discussions

Contributors

Unknown:
Stuart Hall
on Third Programme

Violin Concerto played by Andre Gertler with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzkl on a gramophone record

Contributors

Played By:
Andre Gertler
Conducted By:
Paul Kletzkl

A review of recently published books of verse by George Barker , Alex Comfort
Patrick Creagh , John Holloway
Richard Kell
Christopher Middleton
Introduced by Roy Fuller
With selected poems read by Harvey Hall and Alan McClelland

Contributors

Unknown:
George Barker
Unknown:
Alex Comfort
Unknown:
Patrick Creagh
Unknown:
John Holloway
Unknown:
Richard Kell
Unknown:
Christopher Middleton
Introduced By:
Roy Fuller
Read By:
Harvey Hall
Read By:
Alan McClelland

An opera for radio
In a prologue, two acts, and an epilogue by HANS WERNER HENZE
Libretto by Wolfgang Hildesheimer sung in German
Chorus and Symphony Orchestra of NORDDEUTSCHER RUNDFUNK
Conducted by HERMANN SPITZ Producer, Otto Franze
This recording of a performance broadcast in Germany has been made available by courtesy of Norddeutscher Rundfunk.

Contributors

Unknown:
Hans Werner Henze
Unknown:
Wolfgang Hildesheimer
Conducted By:
Hermann Spitz
Producer:
Otto Franze

Five talks by W. G. Runciman
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
S: Elites and Electors
Mr. Runciman considers the most important developments in the study of political behaviour from the theories of the so-called Machiaevellians to the American studies of elections.
Class, Status, and Political Conflict: April 22

A Wry Comedy of 1604 by JOHN MARSTON adapted for broadcasting by Raymond Raikes
Music composed by Guy Halahan with Maxine Audley
Maurice Denham , John Slater
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company The Scene: Genoa, 1600
The English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Leonard Production by RAYMOND RAIKES

Contributors

Unknown:
John Marston
Broadcasting By:
Raymond Raikes
Composed By:
Guy Halahan
Unknown:
Maxine Audley
Unknown:
Maurice Denham
Unknown:
John Slater
Conducted By:
Lawrence Leonard
Production By:
Raymond Raikes
Bilioso, an old choleric marshal:
Paul Whitsun-Jones
Ferrardo, a young gentleman-usher:
John Pullen
Pietro Duke of Genoa:
Maurice Denham
Malevole:
John Slater
Celso, a courtier, friend to the for-mer Duke of Genoa:
Philip Morant
Mendoza, minion to the Duchess of Genoa:
John Gabriel
Aurelia, Duchess to Duke Pietro:
Maxine Audley
Ferneze, a young courtier, enamoured of the Duchess:
Michael Spice
Maquerelle, an old pandress:
Olive Sloane
Two ladies attending on Aurelia: Emilia:
Patricia Bendall
Two ladies attending on Aurelia: Bianca:
Patricia Clapton
Page to Duke Pietro:
Anthony Hall
Maria Duchess to the former Duke of Genoa:
Barbara Mitchell

The Stross Quartet Wilhelm Stross (violin) Oscar C. Yatco (violin) Ingo Sinnhoffer (viola)
Rudolf Metzmacher (cello) with Herbert Blendinger (viola) and Walter Nothas (cello)

Contributors

Violin:
Wilhelm Stross
Violin:
Oscar C. Yatco
Viola:
Ingo Sinnhoffer
Cello:
Rudolf MetzmacHer
Viola:
Herbert Blendinger
Viola:
Walter Nothas

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