A discussion between
R. C. Oldfield and John Maddison
The Cinema presents a number of problems in the field of the social sciences. Recently L'Association pour la Recherche Filmologique invited a number of psychologists, film technicians, and others to meet at the Sorbonne and discuss these problems.
R. C. Oldfield , Lecturer in General
Psychology at Oxford University, and John Maddison , an expert in the educational uses of the Cinema, were present at this first international conference of its kind, and tonight they talk about its implications
given by the Morley College Concerts Society
Margaret Ritchie (soprano)
Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Duncan Thomson (counter-tenor)
Peter Pears (tenor)
Robert Irwin (baritone)
Morley College Choir
New London Orchestra (Leader, Max Salpeter )
Walter Bergmann (harpsichord)
Geraint Jones (organ)
Conducted by Michael Tippett and Walter Goehr
(Conducted by Walter Goehr )
I-Introduction by Christopher Sykes
For generations the British-both men and women-have felt the attraction of Arabia, whether as explorers, soldiers, administrators, tourists, or fugitives from a more elaborate civilisation. What is the nature of this attraction?
The series of talks that
Christopher Sykes introduces tonight will examine the question from various points of view-some speakers making deductions from their own experience, others examining the careers of exceptional personalities who have felt the Arabian spell.
Comment and Action
8 — Goldoni's
OF TWO MASTERS'
Selections from the play with a commentary written and spoken by Frank Birch
Translation by Edward J. Dent Production by E. J. King Bull with Reginald Beckwith as Truffaldino
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