A talk by R. Gregor Smith
The speaker talks about the contribution that Martin Buber has made to our understanding of the imminence of God. He makes special reference to the recently published collection of essays by Martin Buber called ' Eclipse of God.'
[Starring] Hugh Burden Jeanne de Casalis and Gladys Young
('Le Voyageur sans Bagage') by Jean Anouilh
(The recorded broadcast of March 22)
Gaston, 'the man without memory':
La Duchesse Dupont-Dufort, patroness of a sanatorium:
Maitre Huspar, her solicitor:
Mme Renaud, believed to be Gaston's:
Georges Renaud, her elder son:
Valentine Renaud, his wife:
Servants of the Renaud Family; The Butler:
Servants of the Renaud Family; The chauffeur:
Servants of the Renaud Family; The valet:
Servants of the Renaud Family; The cook:
A little boy:
The Ambrosian Singers
The Orpington Junior Singers
The New London Quartet:
Erich Gruenberg (violin) Lionel Bentley (violin) Keith Cummings (viola) Douglas Cameron (cello) with Eugene Cruft (double bass)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)
Desmond Dupr é (viola da gamba)
Julian Bream (lute)
Produced by Denis Stevens
Talk by Manya Harart
In the speaker's view, present-day parent* have not only lost confidence in the value of what they can give their children but have developed a paralysing feeling of guilt towards them. As a result they have abdicated cheir authority and rhe children's normaj revoJt against authority has turned into a revolt against life itself.
(The recorded broadcast of AprU 17)
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