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The late John Strachey interviewed by FRANK KERMODE. Last summer, a few days before his death, John Strachey talked to Professor Kermode about tradition and political change, commenting on their relationship in the light of a lifelong study of Marxism. A small part of this interview was originally broadcast in the recent series on Tradition.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Strachey
Interviewed By:
Frank Kermode.
Unknown:
John Strachey

A study of W. B. Yeats based on the assumption that he lost his life in the Easter Rising of 1916. Written and narrated by PATRIC DICKINSON with Michael Gwynn as W. B. Yeats
Others taking part:
Ellen Dryden , Olive Gregg, Marjorie Westbury, Hugh Dickson,
Harvey Hall, Carleton Hobbs, Godfrey Kenton, Geoffrey Staines and Geoffrey Wincott
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
B. Yeats
Unknown:
Patric Dickinson
Unknown:
Michael Gwynn
Unknown:
W. B. Yeats
Unknown:
Ellen Dryden
Unknown:
Olive Gregg
Unknown:
Marjorie Westbury
Unknown:
Hugh Dickson
Unknown:
Harvey Hall
Unknown:
Carleton Hobbs
Unknown:
Godfrey Kenton
Unknown:
Geoffrey Staines
Unknown:
Geoffrey Wincott
Produced By:
Joe Burroughs
on Third Programme

The Great Service
Part 1: Morning Canticles and Communion
Venite; Te Deum ; Benedictus Kyrie: Creed
CHOIRS OF
MAGDALEN COLLEGE, OXFORD NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD Conductors,
BERNARD ROSE and DAVID LUMSDEN

Contributors

Unknown:
Te Deum
Conductors:
Bernard Rose
Conductors:
David Lumsden

in conversation with J. M. Cohen
The publication of Borges's "Ficciones" last year established him as one of the leading short-story writers of the century. Señor Borges discusses the main themes of his work in relation to a number of English writers who have interested him, including Kipling, Roy Campbell, and Robert Graves
Second broadcast

Contributors

Interviewer:
J. M. Cohen
Interviewee:
Jorges Luis Borges

Third Programme

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