Opera by Schoenberg (performed in German) on gramophone records
Elderly persons, elders, tribal chieftains, beggars, people
Chorus and Orchestra of Norddeutscher Rundfunk
Conducted BY HANS ROSRAUD
A group of talks on the possible developments in cultural and political fields
The Coming Attack on World Poverty by Andrew Shonfield
Andrew Shonfield thinks that the task of helping poor countries in the years to come may make the wealthier countries sorry they ever began.
C. DAY Lewis reviews some currently available gramophone records of poetry His talk is illustrated by records of poems by John Masefield , Dylan Thomas , T. S. Eliot , Edith Sitwell. W. B. Yeats , Roy Fuller , and Edwin Muir.
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