Talk by S. Moos
Mr. Moos, Lecturer in Economics in the Durham Colleges, was for some years a member of the research staff of the Oxford Institute of Statistics. In this talk he considers the merits of Gandhi's economic theories.
Illustrated talk by John Stevens
Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge
Three programmes of early Tudor court music, arranged by Dr. Stevena, are to be broadcast in the Third Programme, beginning tomorrow at 8.40.
Talk by David Green
Some rime ago David Green spoke about the garden at Melbourne Hall in Derby-shire. For his second example of the formal garden he revisits the chateaux of the Loire. At Villandry he invest gates the sixteenth-century garden re-created by the late Dr Carvallo, who held that the well-ordered life of a great house could best be lived by keeping to the strict regimen of levels. and terraces imposed by Du Cerceau , the sixteenth-century garden architect
The Producer of the Frysthaven Harlequins:
Captain Douglas, chairman of theFrysthaven Protest Committee:
Madame Pellucida, the clairvoyante:
Mattiwilda Dobbs (soprano) Ernest Lush (accompanist)
El mirar de la maja; El tra la la y el pirateado; Amor y odio; La maja dolorosa; El majo discreto; El majo timido: Elegia e-terna; La maja y el ruisenor; Danza No. 5, Andaluza
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