A discussion between
Rupert Hart-Davis publisher
Norman St. John-Stevas Lecturer in Law at King's College, London
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge
F. J. Odgers
Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge
Talk by Austen Albu , m.p.
Recently in the Third Programme Colin Clark argued the case against the drive for more investment on the grounds that the importance of capital in relation to the national income tended progressively to decline. In this talk the speaker examines what he calls the economic determinism that underlies this view.
A tragi-comedy by Henry Reed
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
The time is the late Renaissance in Italy, between the years 1580 and 1612. The scenes are Mantua, Parma, Florence, Venice, and Colorno.
followed by an Interlude at 10.5
played by Piet Kee on the organ of St. Laurens Church. Alkmaar
Prelude and Fugue in F sharp minor
Two variations on Psalm 16 (Van
Toccata in A minor (Sweelinck)
Prelude in D minor. Op. 65 (Reger) on gramophone records
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