A translation for broadcasting byC . Day Lewis
Produced by Basil Taylor
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Six programmes arranged by William Glock
In this programme William Glock speaks of the importance of muscc criticism, its resources of analysis and oratory, and some of its special problems and responsibilities at the present time.
Talk by William Plomer
William Plomer speaks about the recently published volume of autobiography by Gwen Raverat , Period Piece: a Cambridge Childhood. Mrs. Raverat is a grand-daughter of Darwin, and in her book she gives an intimate picture of a family group in Cambridge at the end of the last century which belonged, so it has been said, to ' the intellectual aristocracy.'
(The recorded broadcast of March 17)
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