Eileen McLoughlin (soprano)
Margaret Lane (soprano)
William Coombes (baritone)
Liverpool Chamber Music Group
Fritz Spiegl (flute) Keith Wood (oboe)
Peter Mountain (violin) Tom Rowlette (violin)
Robert Braga (viola) Sydney Lunt (cello)
Second of three programmes
An assessment In three parts based on the recorded statements and narratives of some of those who knew him
Script and narration by David Lytton
* Man of Many Parts *
The recorded voices include those of The late Mrs. J. C. Smuts Sir Winston Churchill M.P. ,
General 1. P. de Villiers
Lord Samuel , Mrs. Santa Weyers Henry Cooper ,O. A. Oosthuizen
Heaton Nicholls , Douglas Mitchell
Dr. E. G. Malherbe , T. C. Robertson
Professor S. H. Skaife
Lief Egeland ,
Dr. Mclldowie Mr. Paul Mincher . and Mrs. Paul Mincher
Mrs. Deneys Reitz
Professor J. J. Krige
Sir John Kennedy , Maurice Broughton and that of J. C. Smuts himself
Production by Maurice Brown
Mrs. J. C.
Dr. E. G.
Professor S. H.
Professor J. J.
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