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Suite No. 1 for unaccompanied viola played by Maurice Loban (viola)
First of three programmes of Reger's viola suites played by Maurice Loban
Suite No. 2: October 31


Played By: Maurice Loban
Played By: Maurice Loban


Six lectures by K. C. Wheare
Gladstone Professor of Government and Public Administration in the University of Oxford
4-Making the Laws
Next lecture: October 30


. Talk by Anthony Low
Lecturer in History at
Makerere College. the University College of East Africa Kabaka Mutesa II returns to his throne and to a new political relationship between his people and the British Administration of Uganda. The speaker reflects on the pattern of this relationship in the past, which is little known, and examines in this light the crisis of 1953 and the present situation.
To be repeated on October 31


Talk By: Anthony Low


Talk by H. E. Richardson
Mr. Richardson, who was in charge of the Indian Government Mission at Lhasa until October 1950, speaks about a region on the northern borders of Assam, with particular reference to two books: 'Himalayan Barbary' by C. von Fiirer-Haimendorf, and ' The Hidden Land' by Ursula Graham Bower.


Talk By: H. E. Richardson
Unknown: Ursula Graham Bower.


by August Strindberg


Pierre Mollet (baritone) with Josephine Lee (piano)


Baritone: Pierre Mollet
Piano: Josephine Lee

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