by Bernard Shaw
[Starring] Sebastian Shaw as John Tanner
with Grizelda Hervey as Ann Whitefield
Acts 1, 2, and 4
Roebuck Ramsden's study, Portland Place London
The carriage drive of a house near Richmond
Hector Malone, Jnr:
Hector Malone, Snr:
The Nadia Boulanger Ensemble: Gisele Peyron, Marie Blanche de Polignac, Suzanne Darbans, Paul Derenne, André Mondé
Ensemble of flute, strings, and harp
Frederick Stone (organ)
A une demoiselle malade (Clement Marot)
Levez ces couvre-chefs (Charles d'Orleans)
Eellard mon petit chat gris (Joachim du Bellay)
Second of two new programmes in this series, in which ordinary people discuss issues of current interest as well as recurrent abstract problems
'Human Nature '
A discussion between people who ought to know
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