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: PROKOFIEV

Symphony No. 4. Op. 47 played by the U.S.S.R. State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gennady Rozhdestvensky on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Gennady Rozhdestvensky

: A SCREAM OF HORROR

A comment by G. H. Bantock on C. P. Snow's recent Rede Lecture In his lecture Sir Charles Snow deplored the attitude of most Western literary intellectuals towards the growth ot modern scientific industrial society. He described the reactions of such men as William Morris , Thoreau, Emerson, and Lawrence as ' screams of horror.' This, says Mr. Bantock, betrays a grave misunderstanding of the nature of their protest.

Contributors

Unknown: G. H. Bantock
Unknown: Sir Charles Snow
Unknown: William Morris

: HARP RECITAL

by Marcel Grandjany

Contributors

Unknown: Marcel Grandjany

: Paul Scofield reading 'THE RENEGADE'

A story by Albert Camus
Translated by Justin O'Brien
Music composed by Humphrey Searle
Production by H. B. Fortuin
The young priest who set out to convert the African tribe in their city of salt is made to adore their fetish god. Fighting for a God of hatred, he dies in the heat of the desert for a God of love.

Contributors

Story By: Albert Camus
Translated By: Justin O'Brien
Composed By: Humphrey Searle
Production By: H. B. Fortuin

: FROM PRESBYTERIAN VICARAGE TO ULYSSES'

SYLVIA BEACH , who was the first publisher of Joyce's Ulysses, talks about her childhood in the United States, her youth in Paris, where she started her books hop Shakespeare and Co.,' and the years of the last war, when she was interned in a concentration camp by the Germans.

Contributors

Unknown: Sylvia Beach

: ISRAEL IN EGYPT

Part 2

: NEW POETRY

A selection of unpublished poems chosen and introduced by Anthony Thwaite
The contributors include:
Kingsley Amis, Alan Brownjohn
John Holloway , Elizabeth Jennings
Thomas Kinsella , James Kirkup Louis MacNeice , and Anne Ridler
Readers:
Kingsley Amis Isla Cameron , and Denis McCarthy

Contributors

Introduced By: Anthony Thwaite
Unknown: Alan Brownjohn
Unknown: John Holloway
Unknown: Elizabeth Jennings
Unknown: Thomas Kinsella
Unknown: James Kirkup
Unknown: Louis MacNeice
Readers: Anne Ridler
Readers: Kingsley Amis Isla Cameron
Readers: Denis McCarthy

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