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A poem by Francis Berry
The story of the 1865 outbreak of Jamaican plantation-workers and its suppression by Governor Eyre.
Read by THE POET and EDRIC CONNOR with JEFFREY BIDDEAU (drums) and CUTHBERT PASCAL (conch)
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Berry
Unknown:
Jeffrey Biddeau
Produced By:
Christopher Holme

2: The Limits of Friendship by SIR ROBERT HALL
Sir Robert Hall believes that an international alliance will only be successful if its members have common interests and are agreed on their purposes. The Commonwealth is an alliance ' without strings,' and this is the reason as much for its weakness as its strength.
This is a reply to S. C. Leslie 's talk broadcast last Friday

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Robert Hall
Unknown:
Sir Robert Hall
Unknown:
S. C. Leslie
on Third Programme

Pieces de Clavecin en Concerts
Premier Concert:
La Coulicam La Livri
Le Vgzinet
Harpsichord solo:
La Livri
Deuxieme Concert:
La Laborde La Boucon L'Agacante
Premier Menuet
Deuxieme Menuet
Harpsichord solo:
L'Agacante
ALARIUS ENSEMBLE OF BRUSSELS Charles McGuire (flute)
Janine Rubinlicht (violin)
Wieland Kuyken (viola da gambaj Robert Kohnen (harpsichord)
First of two programmes of Rameau's Pieces de Clavecin on Concerts

Contributors

Flute:
Brussels Charles McGuire
Violin:
Janine Rubinlicht
Viola:
Wieland Kuyken
Harpsichord:
Robert Kohnen

by PHILIP McNAIR
Lecturer In Italian in the University of Cambridge
How can anyone enjoy hearing about Hell? In this talk, first broadcast as an introduction to the current series of readings from the Inferno, Dr. McNair measures his own reaction against Dante's purpose.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip McNair

Third Programme

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