by W. J. Hinton
Professor Hinton . Director of the Institute of Bankers, was during the war a director in the British Information Services in New York. He returned last week from a lecture tour in the United States during which he addressed university, business, and general audiences
Based on research by Ivan A. Roots. Written and produced by Robert Gittings
On January 30, 1649. King Charles I was executed as a tyrant, traitor, murderer, and public enemy. The people were declared to be. under God. the original of all just power monarchy and the House of Lords were abolished; England was a republic..... This is the background against which the little Digger Experiment was carried out
Richard Lewis (tenor)
Philip Hattey (bass-baritone)
Michael Mullinar (piano)
The Land of Lost Content:
The Lent Lily; Ladslove; Goal and Wicket; The Vain Desire; The Encounter; Epilogue
Songs of a Wayfarer:
Memory: When daffodils begin to peer; English May; I was not sorrowful; I will walk on the earth
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