A Logical and Literary Problem
First of two talks by Stuart Hampshire, Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford
Mr. Hampshire speaks about the difficulties we find in describing our feelings, and traces the origin of these difficulties in the forms of our language.
by Henrik Ibsen
A radio adaptation of the new stage version in English of Ibsen's dramatic poem by James Law Forsyth from a literal translation by Evelyn C. Ramsden
(Continued in next column)
Other parts played by Felicity Barrington , Patricia Brent
Robin Ford. Donald Gray
Arthur Keane , Josefina Ray
Charles Scott-Paton . William Trent
Produced by Val Gielgud
A small man:
A Gypsy woman:
Talk by Ernest Davies M.P. ,
Mr. Davies was spokesman for the United Kingdom delegation when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was approved by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris last year. Yesterday was the anniversary of this occasion. Tonight Mr. Davies talks about the Declaration and the difficulties that arc being encountered in drafting the Covenant which is the second part of the Bill of Human Rights.
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