by John Sharp
• Headmaster of the Prince Rupert
School, Wilhelmshaven, Germany Mr. Sharp thinks the time has come for a critical examination and radical review of the curriculum in English secondary schools.
The play ' Yerma ' by Federico Garcia Lorca transposed to a West Indian setting by Sylvia Wynter 'Produced by R. D. Smith
Irma (Cleo Lame); John (Errol John); Mary (Nadia Catlouse); Victor (Gordon Woolford ); Mother Macey (Pearl Nunez); Dolores (Pauline Henriques ); Devil-Woman (Sylvia Wynter ); Devil-Man (George Browne ); Girls (Sheila Clarke and Lyn Broum ); Old Woman (Pearl Prescod); Villagers and Washerwomen (Tommy Evile , James Clarke , A. L. Lloyd , Andrew Salkey , John Harrison , Diana Olsson , Keefe West , Jane cordon Rogers, and members at the BBC Drama Repertory Company)
Traditional West Indian tunes played by Fitzroy Coleman (guitar) and Emmanuel Myers (drums)
by Richard Peters
Reader in Philosophy
In the University of London
Dr. Peters thinks that Aristotle offers the best design for descriptive psychology and considers some psychological theories in the light of De Anima.
ERICH HELLER , Professor of German at Swansea University, speaks on the ideas Friedrich Schlegel and the early German Romantics had about the literature of the future.
The exhibition * The Romantic Movement ' is on view in London at the Tate Gallery and at the Arts CounciJ Gallery until September 27.
(The recorded broadcast of July 28)
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