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Conductor, Leslie Woodgate


Conductor: Leslie Woodgate


A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
Habeas Corpus by S. A. de Smith
Professor of Public Law
In the University of London
Some difficulties in the administration of this fundamental English right have still to be remedied, and last July the Home Secretary announced and the Opposition welcomed the Governments intention to remedy them.


Unknown: S. A. de Smith


Anthony di Bonaventura (piano)


Piano: Anthony Di Bonaventura


MAURICE BEVAN , who has edited much of Batten's music, throws some new light on his life and his career at St. Pauls. The programme includes both verse and full anthems.
Lord, we beseech thee
Out of the deep
O clap your hands together
O Lord, thou hast searched me out
Nunc dimittis (fourth verse service)
Magnificat (full service)
The Deller Consort:
Eileen Poulter , Mary Thomas
Alfred Deller. John Whitworth Gerald English , Wilfred Brown Maurice Bevan. Geoffrey Coleby
Charles Spinks (chamber organ)


Unknown: Maurice Bevan
Unknown: Eileen Poulter
Unknown: Mary Thomas
Unknown: Alfred Deller.
Unknown: John Whitworth
Unknown: Gerald English
Unknown: Wilfred Brown
Unknown: Maurice Bevan.
Unknown: Geoffrey Coleby
Unknown: Charles Spinks


talks about his novels with John Bowen
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 6)


Unknown: John Bowen

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