A series of eight lectures by Sir Ivor Jennings, K.B.E., Q.c.
Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. and Constitutional Adviser to the Government of Pakistan
3-Communal Groups and National Franchise
Bills of Rights and Minorities: July 24
by Leonid Zorin
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by David Tutaev
Pianist, Josephine Lee
The action of the play takes place on the garden terrace of Alexei Kirpichev 's house in a small town in the Soviet Union at the beginning of the 1950s.
Produced by John Gibson
Peter Forster writes on page 4
Alexei Petrovich Kirpichev:
Elena Nikolaevna, his wife:
Plotr Alexeevich Kirpichev, their son:
Varvara Alexeevna, their daughter:
Ina Konstantinovna, Piotr's wife:
Piotr's children by a first marriage: Sergei:
Piotr's children by a first marriage: Tyoma:
Pavel Pavlovich Trubin:
Mikhail Alexandrovich Pokrovsky:
In Praise of Tasso's Madrigals lain Iain Fletcher talks about Torquato Tasso as a writer of short lyrics-a side of his work that has received little attention compared, for instance, with his epic, Gerusalemme Liberata. In these brief lyric poems, the speaker says, we seem to 'find in concentrated form the very qualities of sensibility for which we most value Tasso's greater work.
(The recorded broadcast of April 6)
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