A discussion between
S. P. Chambers, C.B., C.I.E.
Deputy Chairman of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd. and Roy Jenkins , m.p.
In the chair, Ely Devons
Professor of Economics
In the University of Manchester
In the recent Labour Party policy statement on future public ownership it was argued that the large firm is now the dominant institution in the modern economy and that in large firms the private shareholder has no further part to play. The speakers discuss the validity of this analysis and the merits of the proposals which stem from it.
John Sothcott (recorder)
John Beckett (harpsichord)
St. Cecilia Trio:
Sydney Humphreys (violin), Norman Jones (cello), Pauline Howgill (piano)
(The sonata is recorded)
First of three programmes of music by Telemann and Haydn
Lois Marshall (soprano)
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Hugh Maguire )
Conducted by Basil Cameron
Part 2: Richard Strauss
Four Last Songs
Symphonic Poem: Don Juan
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
Part 1 at 7.30 (Home)
by Arthur Hazlewood
Institute of Statistics, University of Oxford
This talk is occasioned by the recent publication of Economic Theory and Underdeveloped Regions by Dr. Gunnar Myrdal. Mr. Hazlewood examines the challenge which the book presents to much current economic theory about underdevelopment, and reflects in particular on the increasing disparities between rich and poor countries resulting from the free play of economic forces.
Cedric Wallis talks about the great French soprano who was at the height of her powers at the turn of the century
Illustrations on gramophone records include excerpts from Carmen, Cavalleria Rusticana, and Herodiade.
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