Talk by the Rt. Hon.
Walter Elliot, C.H., M.C., M.P.
Mr. Elliot reviews 'The Scottish Economy,' written by members of the staff of Glasgow University, and considers their findings in connection with those of the Royal Commission on Scottish Affairs. In particular, he considers how far Scotland is economically self-supporting.
A version for broadcasting by E. J. King Bull of the story by Henry James
' It is the fact that there were two children, you see, that gives it the effect of ... an extra turn of the screw.'
The music composed by Gerrard Williams played by the London Chamber Orchestra conducted by Anthony Bernard Production by E. J. King Bull
E. J. King
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