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: NEW COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts with interviews and discussions Introduced by George MacBeth This edition includes
Bryan Robertson and Arthur Boyd in a recorded conversation with T. G. Rosenthal about contemporary
Australian painting, and the exhibition Australian Painting 1961 at, the Whitechapel Art Gallery
Lawrence Alloway on the architecture of cinemas

Contributors

Introduced By: George MacBeth
Unknown: Bryan Robertson
Unknown: Arthur Boyd
Unknown: T. G. Rosenthal
Unknown: Lawrence Alloway

: THE FALL

by ALBERT CAMUS
Paul Scofield gives a performance of La Chute
The novel translated by Justin O'Brien
Edited by Hairy Moore
A one-time Paris barrister, now spending his days and nights in a bar in the sailors' quarter of Amsterdam, tells compatriot the story of his We expressing modern man's hypocrisy his need for justice, and the hope that, when judged, he be judged innocent.
In the figure of this self-styled judge-penitent' Camus has created one of the most disturbing characters of our time.
Backgrounds recorded in Amsterdam by Stichting Nederlandse Rad.o Unie Production by H. B. FORTUIN

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Camus
Unknown: Paul Scofield
Translated By: Justin O'Brien
Edited By: Hairy Moore
Production By: H. B. Fortuin

: PIANO RECITAL

by Nina Milkina
The recorded broadcast of January 8 in the Home Service

Contributors

Unknown: Nina Milkina

: THE IMAGE OF PAKISTAN

by Ian Stephens former ed,itor of The Statesman published in Calcutta and Delhi
The speaker believes that ill-luck and some misconceptions have cast shadows across the image of Pakistan, which tend to obscure her importance in the world today.
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Stephens








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