A series of six talks
5-Between Two Worlds by Sybil Wingate
'Our present organisation has been an appointed staze in our growth it has been of good use and has enabled us to do great things, but the use is at an end and the stage is over (Matthew Arnold ).
Maria Lidka (violin)
Margaret Kitchin (piano)
The Denis East String Quartet:
Denis East (violin)
Raymond Keenlyside (violin)
Paul Katz (viola)
James Christie (cello)
Joan and Valerie Trimble
Keith Kelsall , Senior Research Officer at the London School of Economics, talks about the principles of recruitment to the higher Civil Service in Great Britain. Mr. Kelsall, who has been making a detailed study of this profession, considers in particular whether it is now in all respects ouverte aux talents.
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