D. Daiches Raphael talks about that enfant terrible among philosopher*, F. C. S. Schiller, who taught at Oxford during the first quarter of this century. He was noted for the gaiety of his style. Mr. Daiches Raphael suggests that his pragmatism anticipated the new linguistic philosophy practised by Wittgenstein and his followers.
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This month's Foreign Review includes a talk by W. Mays , of the Department of Philosophy at Manchester University, on contemporary Scandinavian philosophy; and a comment by H. A. Hammelmann on current German periodicals which, in his view, reflect the uneasiness of German intellectual life since the end of the war.
A play for broadcasting by Frederick Bradnum with Tony Britton and Betty Linton
Music composed by Edward Williams and played on the guitar by Fitzroy Coleman
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by R. D. Smith
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A series of programmes based on recordings made by Alan Lomax and by members of the National Centre for the Study of Folk Music, the Accademia Santa Cecilia, Rome (director, Giorgio Nattaletti).
4-The Work Songs of Italy
The programme produced and narrated by Alan Lomax
In the studios of Radiotelevisione Italiana , Rome
Unpublished poetry chosen and introduced by Jon Silkin
C. Day Lewis , Clifford Dyment Ewart Milne , Alan Brownjohn and Dannie Abse
John Glen , Anthony Jacobs and Ewart Milne
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