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: NATAL IN THE NEWS

by Kevin Holland
The riots of African women, the resignation of the Province's Executive Committee, and the Natal-led split in the South African Opposition have brought Natal more into the news recently than at any time since the siege of Ladysmith.
Mr. Holland analyses the trends behind these events, which he believes apply to South Africa as a whole.

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Holland

: ' SOFT IS THE SPRINGTIME EARTH'

by Zvonimir Bajsic
Translated by Karla Kunc and D. Matko
Music by Miljenko Prohaska Produced by Archie Campbell
Orchestra conducted by Alan Paul

Contributors

Unknown: Zvonimir Bajsic
Translated By: Karla Kunc
Translated By: D. Matko
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Conducted By: Alan Paul
The Unknown Voice: James McKechnle
Klara: Marion Lowe
Chestnut seller: Allan Jeayes
Amalia, his daughter: Tobi Weinberg
He: Nicky Edmett
ghe: Jennifer Tafler

: THE INNOCENT EAR

The names of the composers in this programme will be announced only after the performance of their works. The listener is invited to preserve his * innocence ' by not trying to guess the composer and by approaching the music with fresh judgment, freed from prejudice.
Eight Piano Pieces played by Celia Ariel ! and A String Quartet (in four movements) played by the Quartet Pro Musica: Patrick Hailing (violin)
Ernest Scott (violin)
Gwynne Edwards (viola)
Peter Hailing (cello)
Programme devised and produced by Robert Simpson
Further programmes of this kind will be broadcast early next year.

Contributors

Played By: Celia Ariel
Violin: Patrick Hailing
Violin: Ernest Scott
Viola: Gwynne Edwards
Cello: Peter Hailing
Produced By: Robert Simpson

: THE WORLD OF INDUSTRY

Contraction with Consent by Sir Raymond Streat , K.B.E.
Chairman of the Cotton Board
1940-1957
The reorganisation of the cotton industry is proceeding on entirely novel lines. Protection, nationalisation, and contraction through bankruptcy have all been discarded in favour of a new kind of government intervention. Sir Raymond Streat examines its prospects of success and speculates on its possible application elsewhere.
(: second broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Raymond Streat
Unknown: Sir Raymond Streat

: FRENCH SONG

Richard Lewis (tenor) with piano
Last of three programmes

Contributors

Tenor: Richard Lewis








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