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A series of three talks by S. C. LESLIE
3: The Way Ahead and the Red Light
Mr. Leslie's general theme Is that planning is replacing competition in modern large-scale industry. In this third talk he foresees Europe as an economic partnership between government and big business, possibly in the form of a corporative state. Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
S. C. Leslie

The Cantos
Last of three readings selected by DENIS GOACHER
Readers.
DENIS GOACHER , HAROLD LANG and RICHARO BEBB Produced by D. G. BRIDSON

Contributors

Readers:
Denis Goacher
Readers:
Harold Lang
Produced By:
D. G. Bridson

QUARTETTO DI MILANO
Giulio Franzetti (violin) Enzo Porta (violin) Tito Riccardi (viola)
Alfredo Riccardi (cello)

Contributors

Unknown:
Quartetto Di Milano
Violin:
Giulio Franzetti
Violin:
Enzo Porta
Viola:
Tito Riccardi
Cello:
Alfredo Riccardi

by Geoffrey LEYTHAM
Lecturer in Psychology University of Liverpool
Psychology has had a turbulent history, and even today it is difficult to think of it as a unified subject. Mr. Leytham attributes this to the lack of a unit of study-a psychological ' atom '—and has a proposal to make.

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Leytham

Plato's dialogue
Books I-V
Arranged by R. H. S. CROSSMAN from the translation by F. M. CORNFORD
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL Second broadcast
Symposium: September 26

Contributors

Arranged By:
R. H. S. Crossman
Translation By:
F. M. Cornford
Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Socrates:
Carleton Hobbs
Cephalus:
Edgar Norfolk
Thrasymachus:
Leslie Perrins
Adeimantus:
David Markham
Giaucon:
Allan McClelland
Polemarchus:
Malcolm Hayes

A Pastoral
Music by Handel
Words by John Gay
AMBROSIAN SINGERS
ENGLISH CHAMBER Orchestra Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
HUBERT DAWKES harpsichord and organ continuo
Conducted by ARNOLD GOLDSBROUGH
Part I

Contributors

Unknown:
John Gay
Leader:
Emanuel Hurwitz
Harpsichord:
Hubert Dawkes
Conducted By:
Arnold Goldsbrough

by A. E. DYSON editor of The Critical Quarterly
Mr. Dyson argues that Samuel Butler is a classic satirist with a capacity for subtlety and surprise only outdone by Swift.

Contributors

Unknown:
A. E. Dyson
Unknown:
Samuel Butler

Third Programme

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