A series of talks commenting on current )egal issues
The Servant on the Bicycle by H. J. B. Cockshutt
A first-aid man cycles across the colliery yard to get his pay; a lorry driver crosses the road to get a cup of tea. Each injures someone. Are their employers liable?
'The End of the Wrath '
BOOK 19, lines 185-424
Translated by Robert Cassen
' The Battle with the River *
BOOK 21, lines 184-382
Translated by Christopher Logue
Read by Denis McCarthy
Series arranged by D. S. Carne-Ross
Ninth of twelve readings from Homer', Iliad in new translations by different hands.
by Hans Keller
The Pro Musica Quartet: Patrick Hailing, Roger Raphael, Peter Sermon, Peter Hailing play Beethoven's String Quartet in F minor, Op. 95
The movements are linked with analytic music designed to show how the contrasting themes and the movements themselves hang together: thus the analysis is wordless. There is a three-minute interval after the analytic postlude to the slow movement.
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