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: Paul Daneman and June Tobin with Hugh Burden and Norman Shelley in 'ROMEO AND JEANNETTE'

by Jean Anouilh
Translated by Miriam John
Radio adaptation and production by Raymond Raikes


Unknown: Jean Anouilh
Translated By: Miriam John
Production By: Raymond Raikes


played by C. H. Trevor on the organ of the Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London
Last of three programmes


Played By: C. H. Trevor


A monthly series of talks on industrial affairs
Incentives: the Turn of the Tide? by R. R. Hopkins
Personnel manager of a large motor firm
For a generation now it has been widely accepted, by managements and unions alike, that industry benefits from systems of payment by results. Mr. Hopkins believes that modern manufacturing methods, the impact of current social ideas, and new concepts of management are all tending to undermine this assumption. His own firm has recently abolished a system of payment by results that had been in operation for thirty years.


reads a selection from the Cantos
In the second of two programmes devoted to his poetry Ezra Pound reads Cantos I, 45, 51, and 88. The programme also includes a piece of reminiscent art criticism inspired by the paintings of his artist friend La Martinelli.
Introduced by D. G. Bridson


Unknown: La Martinelli.
Introduced By: D. G. Bridson

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