Margaret Barnes (mezzo-soprano)
Donald Munro (baritone)
Olive Zorian (violin)
Frederick Stone (piano)
Three Vedic Hymns, Op. 24:
Ushas (Dawn) Varuna (Sky)
Four Songs for voice and violin,
A Little Music (Humbert Wolfe)
The Thought (Humbert Wolfe)
In the Street of Lost Time (Humbert Wolfe)
Betelgeuse (Humbert Wolfe)
First of two talks by D. H. Stott , Ph.D.
The ' psychological ' view of crime is often supposed to conflict with the ' common-sense ' view, but the speaker believes there is no real contradiction and offers some suggestions about people's real, unadmitted motives. Dr. Stott is author of the Carnegie Trust Report ' Delinquency and Human Nature.'
A discussion between
Maurice Edelman , M.P ., and Henry Hopkinson , m.p.
Delegates to the Assembly of the Council of Europe last autumn and Sir Charles Webster
Stevenson Professor of International History in the University of London
Edelman , M.P
Hopkinson , M.P.
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