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: Investment Without Strings

A discussion
Speakers:
T. Swaminathan, Indian Commissioner General for European economic affairs
Sir Leslie Rowan, K.C.B., Chairman of the F.B.I.'s committee on under-developed countries
D. H. Rosser, O.B.E., Economic Secretary, Nigeria House
Peter Parker, M.V.O., Executive Director, Bookers Engineering Holdings, Ltd.
Chairman: Frank Byers, O.B.E.
The most urgent need of the under-developed countries is for investment capital. Governments and international agencies can play a part in meeting this demand, but private enterprise from outside has a great opportunity - some would say a duty - to share in the provision of sufficient capital for the healthy growth of the emergent nations.
How to do this to the best advantage of the countries concerned and without incurring charges of economic imperialism, while safeguarding the legitimate interests of the investor, is the nub of the discussion.

Contributors

Speaker: T. Swaminathan
Speaker: Sir Leslie Rowan, K.C.B.
Speaker: D. H. Rosser, O.B.E.
Speaker: Peter Parker, M.V.O.
Chairman: Frank Byers, O.B.E.

: FRENCH SONGS

Camille Maurane (baritone)
Frederick Stone (piano)

Contributors

Baritone: Camille Maurane
Piano: Frederick Stone

: Bernard Braden in 'THE GOOD GOD OF MANHATTAN'

by Ingeborg Bachmann
Translated by Christopher Holme
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
' Love is on the nocturnal side of the world ... ' A love affair in New York between an American college girl and an overseas student, ending in a suicide pact, is the subject of an argument between two supernatural being — the Judge, and the Good God of Manhattan who is accused of causing the girl's death.

Contributors

Unknown: Ingeborg Bachmann
Translated By: Christopher Holme
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
The Good God of Manhattan: Bernard Braden
Judge: Budd Knapp
Jennifer: Katharine Blake
Ian: Trader Faulkner
Frankie and Billy, the squirrels in Central Park: Guy Kingsley Poynter
Frankie and Billy, the squirrels in Central Park: Marvin Kane
Gypsy: Tucker McGuire
Hotel-keeper: Jane Jordan Rogers
Barman: Harold Reese
Warder: Jon Farrell
Policeman: Tommy Duggan

: JAN VACLAV VORISEK

1791-1825
Symphony in D played by the Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Jean Meylan

Contributors

Conducted By: Jean Meylan








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