by James Hemming
In his second talk the speaker considers some common misconceptions with regard to modern scientific principles of education and examines the problem of maintaining educational standards while giving due regard to the full development of the individual child.
by William Shakespeare
with music composed by Elisabeth Lutyens and conducted by Edward Clark
Adapted for radio and produced by R. D. Smith
Secretaries, attendants, serjeant, scribe, doorkeeper, Guildford, page, crier, Garter King-at-arms, lords, ladies, Brandon, Sir Nicholas Vaux, Bishop of Lincoln, and Capucius played by Claude Bonser, John Schlesinger, Michael Godley, Joe Stern,
Michael Flanders, Basil Gray, John Richmond, David Duncan and Mary Morrell
Duke of Buckingham:
Duke of Norfolk:
King Henry VIII:
Duke of Suffolk:
Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester:
Earl of Surrey:
by John Lehmann
The speaker considers the question whether a literary editor must remain a passive purveyor of space for short-story writers, poets, and critics, or whether he can take a creative part in shaping the literary development and taste of his age.
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 13)
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