From 6t. Anarew s Hall Glasgow
A Joint Concert by the combined
Scottish National Orchestra Leader. Sam Bor and BBC Scottdsh Orchestra
Leader, Peter Gibbs
Conducted by Alexander Gibson
Norman Del Mar
PART 1 conducted by Alexander Gibson first performance in this country
A discussion on devaluation between Robert Neild of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and Ian Lloyd
In a recent number of the National Institute's Economic Review a case was made for the devaluation of the pound to help correct the payments deficit and to provide a breathing space in which measures could be taken to stimulate the growth of productivity. The value of this remedy has been widely challenged.
by WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Eight weekly readings from the poem drawn from the 1805 and 1850 text* and shortened by H.S. TAYLOR Read by the Cumbrian) poet Norman Nicholson
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