Illustrated talk by Hugh Tracey
The speaker, who was Regional Director of Broadcasting in Durban for more than twelve years and is honorary secretary of the African Music Society, has spent the la-it few years recording African folk music in rhe southern half of the continent. He illustrates hit talk with some of these recordings.
Second of two talks
A Proust reconstruction by Pamela Hansford Johnson Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
(Continued in next column) with Heron Carvic. Roger Delgado Malcolm Hayes , Penelope Metaxas
Bryan Powley , Keith Pvott
Lydia Sherwood , Ronald Sidney Gladys Spencer , Raf de la Torre Anne Totten. Richard Williams
Music arranged and composed by Michael Head , and played by him with Winifred Small (violin)
de la Torre
Baron de Charlus:
Odette de Crecy:
A broadcast version of the Tamer Lectures, 1953 by Gilbert Ryle
Waynflete Professor of Metaphysics in the University of Oxford
I-Thinking at Cross-Purposes
This is the first of seven lectures to be broadcast weekly. Next Saturday's lecture isentitled ' I was to be.'
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