Some reminiscences by Vladimir Rosing
The speaker, himself a Russian tenor, also recalls some lessons with Jean de Reszke. The programme ends with Chaliapin's recording of ' The Death Of Boris ' (Mussorgsky).
An argument between
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge and Harold Wincott
Editor of The Investors' Chronicle
Andrew Shonfield in the chair
In talks in the Third Programme the speakers considered how far the freedom of manoeuvre of a future Labour government might be limited by international factors beyond its control. They arrived at very different conclusions and challenge each other's findings in this programme.
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