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: Mary O'Farrell as Nurse Medlicott in ' MITCHENOR'S DOG '

A monologue for broadcasting by Tyrone Guthrie
Music composed and conducted by Humphrey Searle played by a section of the Sinfonia of London
Produced by John Gibson

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Tyrone Guthrie
Conducted By: Humphrey Searle
Produced By: John Gibson

: ' SAUL AND DAVID '

ACT 1: Saul's house in Gilgal

: The Aspidistra

Contemporary Style
Magnus Pyke, Ph.D., F.R.S.E., contemplates some possible results - in unexpected directions - that might accrue from the publication of a volume containing 4,000 illustrations of recently collected exotica.

Contributors

Speaker: Magnus Pyke, Ph.D., F.R.S.E.

: 'SAUL AND DAVID'

Acr 2: The same as Act 1

: LAW IN ACTION

Damages and Income Tax by J. A . Jolowicz
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge If a man is awarded damages for loss of earnings, does he pay income tax on them and, if so, is it deducted from the award or paid as part of his income?

Contributors

Unknown: J. A Jolowicz

: SAUL AND DAVID

ACT 3: Saul's camp in the wilderness of Ziph

: NOT MARBLE NOR THE GILDED MONUMENTS ...

Fifth of twelve programmes in which all Shakespeare's sonnets are being read
Marius Goring reads Sonnets XLIII-LV
Introduced by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Unknown: Marius Goring
Introduced By: Rayner Heppenstall

: ' SAUL AND DAVID -

Act 4 Scene 1: A hut in Endor
Scene 2: On Mount Gilboa

: HELP OR HINDRANCE

Why has overseas economic aid suddenly become an issue?
A discussion by Arthur Gaitskell
Sir Jock Campbell
Michael Ionides
The speakers, all of whom have had long experience of under-developed countries, discuss from three different points of view the use or uselessness of helping them with money, technicians, and investment.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Gaitskell
Unknown: Sir Jock Campbell
Unknown: Michael Ionides








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