A shortened version for broadcasting of his inaugural lecture by Joel Hurstfield
Professor of Modern History in the University of London
Professor Hurstfield thinks that it was the Elizabethans who created conditions for the survival and growth of liberty in this country today, and that the most positive contribution towards it was made by the Queen herself.
by SHIKITEI SAMBA
Translated and adapted by Geoffrey Bownas with samisen music composed by Yuize Shinichi played bv the composer and Matsuo Keiko
;: This is the first known translation of anearly nineteenth-century Japanese classic ' By means of apparently casual conversation in a bath-house, it reflects the life and opinions of Japanese men and women at that time. Those taking part
Olive Gregg. Kathleen Helme Nan Marriott-Watson
Diana Olsson , Eva Stuart
,Denis Goacher Garard Green , Anthony Jacobs
Philip Madoc , Eric Phillips
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