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by V. L. Allen , Ph.D. of the University of Leeds
Training for management is of growing importance to university and commerce. But who should organise it? Industry and commerce alone? Or have the universities a part to play? And if they have, are there any dangers? These are some of the questions Dr. Allen considers in his talk in which he expresses strong views about management training as a university subject.


Unknown: V. L. Allen


translated by Stuart Gilbert from the novel by ALBERT CAMUS with Kenneth Haigh , Sian Phillips and Edgar Wreford
O'.her parts played by Madeline Blakeney and members of the BBC
Drama Repertory Company
Kenneth Haigh is in 'Altona' at the Saz-itle Theatre, London
To be repeated on July 16 See page 51
A recording of Act 4 read in French by the author: Saturday, July 1


Translated By: Stuart Gilbert
Novel By: Albert Camus
Unknown: Kenneth Haigh
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Unknown: Edgar Wreford
Played By: Madeline Blakeney
Produced By: Micheal Bakewell
Caligula: Kenneth Haigh
Caesonia: Sian Phillips
Helicon: Edgar Wreford
Scipio: David Spenser
Cherea: John Dearth
The old Patrician: Heron Carvic
Mereia: Derek Birch
The Intendanti: Blake Butler
First Patrician: Godfrey Kenton
Second Patrician: Rolf Lefebvre
Third Patrician: Charles Simon


Mace Wortihley (tenor)
Lionei) Saltier (harpedchord)
English Chamber Orchestra Leader, Emanuel Hurwita
Conducted by Brian Priestman
Concertino No. 6, in B flat attrib. Pergolesi
Five Spenser Sonnets, for tenor and string orchestra..................Rubbra
Concerto for harpsichord, string orchestra, and percussion...
Gerhard Fantasia in F minor (K.608)..Mozart


Leader: Emanuel Hurwita
Conducted By: Brian Priestman
Unknown: Gerhard Fantasia

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