A drama of women in the villages of Spain by Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by A. L. Lloyd
Textual consultant, R. M. Nadal
The Reapers' Song set by Professor E. M. Torner : sung by a section of the BBC Chorus, with Stanley Riley
Maria Josepha 's Lullaby sung by Vivienne Chatterton Production by E. A. Harding
Two talks by Professor M. J. Bonn
2-The Party Struggle in Germany. The speaker, author of 'Whither Europe - Union or Partnership?,' was adviser to the German Government on reparation questions after the first world war, and in recent years lecturer at the London School of Economics.
Talk by Geoffrey Barraclough
Is the notion of a Middle Age a help or a hindrance to the understanding of European history? Geoffrey Barraclough , Professor of Medieval History at Liverpool University, answers this question with reference to the recently published Shorter Cambridge Medieval History by the late Professor C. W. Previte-Orton .
Professor C. W.
The Marcel Couraud
L'alouette; Quand j'av este: Las. povre coeur: Ce sont gallans; Quand je boys; Petit jardin: Je suys a vous; De beau tetin; A ce joly moys de may: Au verd boys: Hellas, mon Dieu; Au premier jour on gramophone records
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