Last of three lectures by Humphry House
Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford
By permission of the Master and Council of Trinity College, Mr. House is broadcasting a shortened version of three of the Clark Lectures for 1952, recently delivered in Cambridge. In this lecture he speaks mainly of ' The Ancient Mariner ' and ' Kubla Khan.'
A radio verse-comedy by Catherine Duncan
Characters in order of speaking:
Music composed and directed by Norman F. Kay
Production by Christopher Sykes
The Sailor's Wife:
' Sound effects:
The Girl Friend:
Talk by A. L. Goodhart , K.B.E., Q.C.
Master of University College, Oxford
Lord Maugham has recently published his opinion of the validity and justice of the trial of war criminals. Dr. Goodhart considers this opinion.
Talk by R. L. Meek
Lecturer in Political Economy in the University of Glasgow
Dr. Meek reviews the new edition of the works and correspondence of David Ricardo, the political economist. This is edited by Piero Sraffa and M. H. Dobb.
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