A German and a World Problem
Talk by N. S. Marsh
Fellow of University College, Oxford
The occasion of this talk was the conference held at Konigswinter in March, io which German, French, American, and British university teachers discussed methods and problems of university education.
(' La Ville au fond de la Mer') by Thierry Maulnler
Translated from the French by Norman Cameron
Music by Anthony Bernard
Radio adaptation and production by Raymond Ra,ikes
Characters in order of speaking :
(Continued in next column)
with the London Chamber Orchestra
(leader, Andrew Cooper ) conducted by the composer
A Breton fisherman:
Four women of Ys: Minnic:
Four women of Ys: Astel:
Four women of Ys: Mervenn:
Four women of Ys: Ella:
Four men of Ys: Plozroel:
Four men of Ys: Erec:
Four men of Ys: Grann:
Four men of Ys: Plenmark:
Roor, a soothsayer Leon QuantermaineAth&s, daughter of the King of Ys:
Two talks by W. J. H. Sprott
Professor of Philosophy in the Un,iversity of Nottingham
1-The Study of Small Groups
These talks are shortened vers ons of two of the eight Josiah Mason Memorial
Lectures delivered at Birmingham University this spring.
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