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An enquiry by Norman Hunt
In the British political system today how is policy generated? What are the influences affecting Government decisions and how are they brought to bear?
In this sequel to his programme Power and Parliament, broadcast last May, Dr. Hunt turns from the House of Commons itself to the various groups concerned in policy formation outside the House. with particular reference to agriculture and industry.
Those interviewed include:
The Minister of Agriculture. THE
RT. HON. CHRISTOPHER SOAMES, M.P.
THE
RT. HON. HAROLD WILSON. M.P.
THE RT. HON. Jo GRIMONDM.P. , MR. HAROLD WOOLLEY
SIR FRANK LEE
MR. FRANK COUSINS
MR. GEORGE WOODCOCK
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Hunt
Unknown:
Rt. Hon. Christopher Soames, M.P.
Unknown:
Rt. Hon. Harold Wilson. M.P.
Unknown:
Rt. Hon. Jo Grimondm.P.
Unknown:
Mr. Harold Woolley
Unknown:
Sir Frank Lee
Unknown:
Mr. Frank Cousins
Unknown:
Mr. George Woodcock
Produced By:
Christopher Holme

A selection of South African poems introduced by HAROLD JEPPE including poems by Perseus Adams , Guy Butler
Roy Campbell , Sidney Clouts Anthony Delius
Charles Eglington and Anthony Eton
Recording made available by courtesy of the South African Broadcasting Corporation

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harold Jeppe
Unknown:
Perseus Adams
Unknown:
Guy Butler
Unknown:
Roy Campbell
Unknown:
Sidney Clouts
Unknown:
Anthony Delius
Unknown:
Charles Eglington

Sonatas
E flat major, Op. 27 No.
C sharp minor, Op. 27 No. 2 D major. Op. 28 played by ARTUR SCHNABEL (piano) on a gramophone record
Next programme, Op. 31 Nos. 1 and 2, played by Artur Schnabel : April 9
Beethoven String Quartets
Six fortnightly programmes, recorded at public performances in Amsterdam by the Amadeus String Quartet, are to be broadcast in the Third Programme. April 2: Op. 18 No. 4. Op. 132. and Op. 18 No. 2.

Contributors

Piano:
Artur Schnabel
Played By:
Artur Schnabel

In this illustrated talk
ROBERT DONINGTON , whose study The Interpretation of Early Music was published recently, discusses some of the practical problems that arise in the performance of Baroque music followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Donington

Third Programme

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