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: 'L'AMICO FRITZ'

See foot of page and page 4 The action takes place in Alsace
Act 1: The dining-room in Fritz's house

: AUTHORITY AND DEMOCRACY

Andre Siegfried , French historian and political economist, discusses the problem which the new French constitution has to resolve

Contributors

Unknown: Andre Siegfried

: L'AMICO FRITZ '

Act 2: The courtyard of Fritz's farm

: THE HURET INTERVIEWS

Translated and adapted from
Jules Huret's ' Enquete sur l'Evolution Litteraire ' by Robert Baldick , D Phil.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Baldick
Unknown: D Phil.
Huret: Derek Hart
Mallarrm?: Alan Wheatley
Verlaine: Cyril Shaps

: ' L'AMICO FRITZ '

Act 3: The same as Act 1
Giordano's Andrea Chtnier ': March 6

Contributors

Unknown: Andrea Chtnier

: ON REMAINING AN AGNOSTIC

by Stephen Toulmin
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Toulmin

: 'THE SHEPHEARDES CALENDER '

by Edmund Spenser
February
The second eclogue
Introduced by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Unknown: Edmund Spenser
Introduced By: Rayner Heppenstall
Cuddie: Charles Hodgson
Thenot: Oliver Burt

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