by Jules Romains
Translated by Geoffrey Brereton
Produced by Michael Bakewell For details see Thursday at 8.40
DURING THE INTERVAL (6.5-6.15 app.):
Movements from Milhaud's
Suite (1936) played by Jacques Parrenin (violin) Ulysse Delecluze (clarinet)
Annette Hwas-Hamburger (piano) on a gramophone record followed by
A discussion between:
Gerald Gardiner and R. M. Jackson ,
Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge
National security may demand arbitrary action which is sometimes covered by a puzzling silence. This may be inevitable. But if so, ought not somebody to limit the field within which M.I.5 works? If there is a tribunal how ought it to be composed? And ought we to have more public information?
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