Six talks by A. J. P. Taylor
Fellow of Magdalen College. Oxford
5-The Great War and the Great Peace
These talks are a broadcast version of the Ford Lectures delivered in Oxford earlier this year. They deal with the radical or left-wing critics of British foreign policy from the French Revolution to the present day. The speaker challenges the conventional view of the continuity of British foreign policy.
A play by Jack B. Yeats
Characters in order of speaking:
Music for the Irish pipes arranged and played by Seamus Ennis
Production by Frederick Bradnum
An Old Sailor:
A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
31-Taking without Theftby A. Ll. Armitage
Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge Mr. Armitage discusses the limitations of the criminal law concerning the dishonest appropriation of property.
Written and narrated by Peter Green
Robert Eddison , Jill Balcon Derek Hart , Godfrey Kenton Translations old and new by Henry Fielding, Arthur Golding
John Gower , Christopher Marlowe lain Fletcher, G. S. Fraser
Peter Green , Ian Scott :Kilvert
The London Cantata Ensemble:
Use Wolf (soprano) Jurgen Hess (violin) Ruth Fourmy (violin)
Desmond Dupr6 (viola da gamba)
Anthony Milner (harpsichord)
Cantata No. 11: Schaffe in mir Gott
(arr. Karl Matthaei )
Trio Sonata in C (arr.
Anthony Milner )
Cantata No. 5: Also hat Gott (arr.
Karl Matthaei )
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 6)
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