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A study in the origins of Christian. Socialism by Neville Mastermian
Lecturer In Modem History,
University College of Wales, Swansea A programme based en the correpandence, published and unpublished, between F. D. Maunice amd J. M. LudJow
Introduced by Newille Mesiterman
Read by Norman Shelley and David Peel
Arranged for broadcasting by Michael Stephens


Unknown: Neville Mastermian
Unknown: F. D. Maunice
Unknown: J. M. Ludjow
Introduced By: Newille Mesiterman
Read By: Norman Shelley
Read By: David Peel
Broadcasting By: Michael Stephens


Cynthia Jolly (soprano) Frederick Stone (piano)


Piano: Frederick Stone


Six programmes devised by Eduardo M. Torner
Scripts translated and read by John Gavel
The Illustrations, selected from recordings made by Alan. Lomax
6 — Aragon, Valencia,
Catalonia, Balearea


Unknown: Eduardo M. Torner
Read By: John Gavel


Quintet in D playied by the French Wind Quintet:
Jean-Pierire Ratnpal (flute)
Pierre Pienlot (oboe)
Jacques Lancelot (olaninwt)
Gilbert Counaier (horn) Paul Hongne (bassoon) on gramophone records


Oboe: Pierre Pienlot
Oboe: Jacques Lancelot
Horn: Gilbert Counaier
Bassoon: Paul Hongne

: Anthony Jacobs in ' PRISONER'S PROGRESS'

A romantic fable loosely based upon contemporary facts
Written and produced by Louis MacNeice


Produced By: Louis MacNeice


Symphony in C minor (Asrael) played by the BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conducted by Vilem Tausky


Leader: Reginald Stead
Conducted By: Vilem Tausky

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