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: LAW IN ACTION

A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
38-Industrial Disputesby Otto Kahn-Freund
Professor of Law hi the University of London
In a recent case a point was settled of vital interest in factories in which only a minority of workers are members of trade unions.

Contributors

Unknown: Otto Kahn-Freund

: KILPINEN

Kim Borg (bass) with Ernest Lush (piano)
From settings of the Kanteletar:
Silloin laula; Kuusen juuret kuiretturaf Kii emannasta; Lammin paita liinainenki; Oi ukko, ylinen Herra
Settings of poems by Tormanen:
Vanha kirkko; Kirkorannassa; Laululle; Tunturilaulu
Settings of poems by Koskenmiemi:
Kesayo; Elegia Yolle
First of four programmes of songs by Kilpinen
Next

Contributors

Bass: Kim Borg
Piano: Ernest Lush

: POEMS OF HOLDERLIN

Translated and introduced by Michael Hamburger

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael Hamburger

: CHAMBER ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Reinhold Barchet (violin)
Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra Conductor, Karl Munchinger
(Recordings)

Contributors

Violin: Reinhold Barchet
Conductor: Karl Munchinger

: THE ECONOMICS OF TRIAL AND ERROR

Talk by J. C. R. Dow of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research
Mr. Dow believes that many criticisms of economic policy imply an illusory faith in the Government's ability to manage the economy perfectly.

Contributors

Talk By: J. C. R. Dow

: Marius Goring and Geraldine McEwan in 'THE MISANTHROPE'

by Moliere
(Sunday afternoon's recorded broadcast)

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Erich Rohn (violin)
Arthur Troester (cello)
Hans Alexander Kaul (piano)
The Kyndel String Quartet:
Otto Kyndel , Celia Aumero Kurt Lewin. Folke Braume

Contributors

Violin: Erich Rohn
Cello: Arthur Troester
Piano: Hans Alexander Kaul
Unknown: Otto Kyndel
Unknown: Celia Aumero
Unknown: Kurt Lewin.
Unknown: Folke Braume

: BULB COLLECTING IN TURKEY

by OLeg Polunin
Modern Turkey is developing so fast agriculturally that much of the old indigenous flora is being rapidly modified. In this talk Oleg Polunin describes an expedition with his friend Dr. Peter Davis in which they attempted to collect and identify as many as they could of the plants that remain unchanged.

Contributors

Unknown: Oleg Polunin
Unknown: Oleg Polunin








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