by Eric Ewens
A Negro rising in Jamaica in 1865 was ruthlessly suppressed by Governor Eyre. The methods he used to restore order gave rise to considerable public controversy in England for many years.
Others taking part:
Patience Collier, Alexander Gauge Deryck Guyler , David King-Wood
Eric Lugg , Frank Singuineau
Production by Christopher Sykes
(David King-Wood is appearing it The Gay Dog ' at the Piccadilly Theatre, London)
John Stuart Mill:
Talk by A. L. Goodhart , K.B.E., Q.C.
Master of University College, Oxford
Professor Goodhart discusses the forces and principles involved in law reform: for example the influence of public and professional opinion on the development of the law.
Three talks by Robert Furneaux Jordan
2—' Fitness for Purpose :
Morris to the Bauhaus '
In these talks Robert Furneaux Jordan considers the visual world we have created in England in the last hundred years.
Last talk: tomorrow at 7.40
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