by E. F. Schumacher
Mr. Schumacher believes that the troubles of the Western world are largely the result of our inability to appreciate the limitations of liberal rationalism. As an example of this inability he cites Charles Frankel 's recent book The Case for Modern Man.
String Quartet in D minor played by the New Music Quartet: Broadus Erie (violin)
Mathew Raimondi (violin)
Walter Trampler (viola)
Claus Adam (cello) on a gramophone record
by F. J. Odgers
Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge
The law concerning the care of animals needs clarification.
An account of the rehabilitation of Jeanne d'Arc
Written by Rene Hague
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
On July 7, 1456, the commission appointed by Pope Calixtus III to examine the trial of Jeanne d'Arc in 1431 pronounced the sentence of rehabilitation which annulled the earlier proceedings. The enquiry, which was based on the written records of 1431 and on the evidence of witnesses who had known Jeanne (including some who had taken part in her trial), was chiefly conducted by the Inquisitor of France, Jean Brehal.
Jean Brehal, Inquisitor of France:
Jean Beaupere, Canon of Rouen:
Fr Jean Massieu:
Thomas de Courcelles:
Comte de Dunois:
Fr Jean Toutmouille:
Nicholas de Houppeville:
Jean de Metz:
Seguin de Seguin:
Louis de Coutes Jeanne's page:
Eilidh McNab (soprano)
The Leighton Lucas Orchestra
(Leader, Ronald Good )
Conductor, Leighton Lucas
Colin Agnew of Thomas Agnew and Sons
Oliver Brown of the Leicester Galleries
Fred Mayor of the Mayor Gallery
Charles and Peter Gimpel of Gimpel Fils
Helen Lessore of the Beaux Arts Gallery
The conversations assembled and introduced by Colin Maclnnes
Art collecting as hobby and investment; the vocation and the trade of the art dealer; the end of demand for Victorian genre painting, the very late acceptance of Impressionism in England, the distaste for Cubism, and the support for ' abstract' and ' neo-realist ' art today; the role of the art dealer in changing taste: these are among the topics discussed by six well-known art dealers.
Raymond Cohen (violin)
Franz Reizenstein (piano)
by Martin Cooper
A talk occasioned by Angus Heriot 's recent book The Castrati in Opera.
Partita No. 6, in E minor (S.830)
Toccata; Allemande; Courante;
Sarabande; Minuets 1 and 2: Gigue played by Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord)