A conversation about some of Malaya's problems between Ungku Aziz and Doreen Warriner
Hitherto the underdeveloped countries have depended heavily on Western guidance in their economic problems, but a good deal of new thinking is now going on in some of the territories.
Ungku Aziz was recently appointed
Head of the Economics Department in the University of Malaya. Doreen Warriner is author of Land Reform and Development in the Middle East.
Arranged for radio by Micheal 0 hAodha from the story of the same name by SEUMAS O'KELLY
Mortimer Hehir , the weaver, has died and is to be buried. But where? As a young man he had bought his plot of earth in the graveyard of Cloon na Morav-now it cannot be found. Only three old men are left alive who would know the spot he had chosen for his last resting-place. and Produced by JOHN GIBSON
: second broadcast
Micheal Lynikey, the nail-maker:
Cahir Bowes the stone-breaker:
Malachi Roohan the cooper:
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