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A discussion before an invited audience between
Stuart Hampshire and Charles Taylor both Fellows of All Souls College, Oxford
At the end of this discussion R. H. S.
Crossman, M.P., Bernard Williams,
Fellow of New College, Oxford, Herbert
Hart, Professor of Jurisprudence and Fellow of University College, Oxford, and Philip Toynbee will question the speakers on some of the points raised by them.


Unknown: Stuart Hampshire
Unknown: Charles Taylor


played by Vlach String Quartet:
Josef Vlach (violin) Vaclav Snitil (violin)
Josef Kodousek (viola) Viktor Moucka (cello)
The fifth of a series of six programmes of Czech string quartets


Violin: Josef Vlach
Violin: Vaclav Snitil
Viola: Josef Kodousek
Cello: Viktor Moucka


by Heinrich Boll translated by Richard Graves
Production by Christopher Sykes


Unknown: Heinrich Boll
Translated By: Richard Graves
Production By: Christopher Sykes
Gangsters : Kröner: John Sharp
Gangsters : Toni: Jeffrey Segal
Gangsters : Dr Krum: Roger Snowdon
Gangsters : Frau Kröner: Joan Hart
Clergy: Chaplain Brühl: John Glyn-Jones
Clergy: Monsignor Pölzig: Jack Shaw
Clergy: Vicar Druven: Neville Hartley
ThePolice : Kleffer: Norman Shelley
ThePolice : Schwitzkowski: Jeffrey Segal

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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