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: The New Economics at Westminster

A discussion between Roy Harrod, Andrew Shonfield and William Pickles
(Recorded broadcast of Feb. 12)


Unknown: Roy Harroa
Unknown: Andrew Shonfield
Unknown: William Pickles


3- Blacaer s system of Variable Metres
Talk oy Everett Helm
Illustrations include Dialogufor piano, violin flute, and string orchestra and Studie im Pianissimo for orchestra.


A report by Yigael Yadin Ph. D. Lecturer In Archaeology at the Hebrew University Jerusalem. and director of the James A de Rothschild expedition at Hazor


Unknown: Yigael Yadin


Philharmonia Orchestra (Leader. Max Salpeter )
Conducted by Harry Newstone
Part 1
Symphony N° 21. in A (K 134, Symphony N° 33. In B flat (K 319


Leader: Max Salpeter
Conducted By: Harry Newstone


and the Church of England by Canon Charles Smyth
A second talk Thursday at 8.45


Unknown: Canon Charles Smyth


Part 2
Symphony N° 41 In C (K. 551)
Last ot six programmes
Given before an 'nvited audience in the Concert Hall Broadcasting Hnuse London

: Robert Eddison as ROUSSEAU IN ENGLAND

Written and narrated by Maurice Cranston wtth music composed by Roussea i arranged and conducted by Patrick Savill
Production by Douglas Cleverdon


Unknown: Maurice Cranston
Conducted By: Patrick Savill
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Robert Eddison
David Hume,: James McKechnip
Mme de Boufflers: Gillian Maude
Richard Davenport: N Shelley
Horace Walpole: James Roose Evans
Adam Smith: Duncan McLntyre
Baron d'Holbach: Hugo Schuster
Dr Johnson,: Bryan Powley


Nan Merriman (mezzo-soprano)
Gerald Moore (piano)
The Italian Quartet on gramophone records


Mezzo-Soprano: Nan Merriman
Piano: Gerald Moore

: Close Down

Next week in the Third Programme Cambridge Union Debate "That State ana Party art-subverting the .iberty of 'he in dividual " Lord Beveridue will speak for the motion and Earl
Attlee against (Sunday at 3.0)

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