by John Hatch , Lecturer in International Relations, Extra-Mural Department, Glasgow University The speaker believes that the death of Field-Marshal Smuts has brought into the open divisions within the Opposition in South Africa. He discusses the various forces opposing Dr. Malan's Government in the new situation that has arisen.
A Christmas mystery play by Gil Vicente first played in 1513 in the presence of Queen Lianor of Portugal
Performed in Spanish, and produced by Emilio Blazquez-Davila , of the Latin-American Service of the BBC
The play is preceded by a short explanation by Inez Macdonald Ph.D. of Newnham College. Cambridge
Gita de ta Fuente, Janet Fraser Norman Platt , William Herbert
Adapted for broadcasting by Professor E. Moreno
Music composed and directed by Manuel Lazareno
Choir of New College, Oxford
Organist and Choirmaster,
H. K. Andrews
First preces; Psalm to first preces
Magnificat; Nunc dimittis (Short
Organ: In Nomine
(played by H. K. Andrews )
Magnificat; Nunc dimittis (Great
Introduced by Denis Stevens
Fourth of seven programmes of music by Orlando Gibbons
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