Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord)
La Marche des Gris-veTus; Les Bacchanales; La Patefine; Le Reveilmatin
(Continued in next column)
La Logiviere; Premiere Courante; Seconde Courante; La Dangereuse; Gigue; La tendre Fanchon; Gigue; La Badine: La Bandoline; La Flore; L'Angelique; La Villers; Les Vendangeuses; Les Agréments; Les Ondes
Second of a series of programmes
A Footnote to the ' Bacchae by Thomas Blackburn
Music by Anthony Bernard
Production by Raymond Rajkes
A talk by Maurice Cranston on some of the views expressed by C. A. RCrosland in his book The Future of Socialism
The ' gross economic inequalities ' have gone, but other inequalities-for instance, in education-remain. Is it possible or desirable to achieve the kind of social justice which Mr. Crosland advocates?
The Wilds of Johannesburg
First of two talks by William Plomer
Last summer, after thirty years, William Plomer returned as 3visitor to South Africa, where he was born. As a boy he used to enjoy wandering on a wild rocky place outside Johannesburg, which was still a mining town; last year he found Johannesburg a metropolis, and the rocks now part of a park, ' The Wilds,' within it. In this change he found much meaning, and he tells of his impression that the real wilds of South Africa are now to be found in the busy centres of its industrial revolution.
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