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A series of ten weekly programmes 3: THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF COMMUNISM
A conversation about some aspects of the contemporary economic scene in China between two speakers who have studied it at first hand
Joan. Robinson
Reader in Economics in the University of Cambridge and Roland Berger who is closely concerned with trade between Britain, and China
The Place of Technology in China Today: February 1


Unknown: Roland Berger


The chronicle of a famous miscarriage of justice. The scene is Le Havre, 1910 by ARMAND SALACROU
Translated by Barbara Wright with Nigel Stock and Lyndon Brook
Other parts played by Tom Bowman , Freda Dowie
William Eedle , Michael Handing Haydn Jones , Philip Morant
Gareth Morgan , Douglas Storm Tom Watson and members of the cast
Adapted and produced by WILLIAM GLEN-DOEPEL
To be repeated on February 12
This is the first performance of the play, which Is to be staged in Paris in October.


Translated By: Barbara Wright
Unknown: Nigel Stock
Unknown: Lyndon Brook
Played By: Tom Bowman
Played By: Freda Dowie
Played By: William Eedle
Unknown: Michael Handing
Unknown: Haydn Jones
Unknown: Philip Morant
Unknown: Gareth Morgan
Unknown: Douglas Storm
Unknown: Tom Watson
Produced By: William Glen-Doepel
The Narrator: Michael Turner
Jules Durand: Nigel Stock
Julia: Carol Marsh
Father: John Sharp
Mother: Kathleen Michael
Luc: John Westbrook
Olivier: Lyndon Brook
Lise: Valerie Hanson
Roussel: Olaf Pooley
Caproro: Trevor Martin
Madame Capron: Janet Burnell
Delaville: George Hagan
Gaston Boyer: Keith Buckley
Café owner: Kenneth Dight
The Delegate: Frank Windsor
The Superintendent: Norman Claridge
The Examining Magistrate: Keith Williams
The Advocate General: Raf de la Torre
The Judge: Hugh Manning


The Reizenstein Trio
Maria Lidka (violin.)
Derek Simpson (cello)
Franz Reizenstein. (piano)
Second of six programmes including chamber music by Mendelssohn


Violin: Maria Lidka
Cello: Derek Simpson
Piano: Franz Reizenstein.

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