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reads the fourth and last act of his play
Recording made at a public reading on April 3, 1955, in Paris at the Theatre de l'Alliance Française
Broadcast by courtesy of Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise: previously heard on July 1


Elizabethan Singers
Conductor, Louis Halsey Alan Harverson (organ)
Oromonte String Trio Perry Hart (violin)
Margaret Major (viola) Bruno Schrecker (cello)
Part 1


Conductor: Louis Halsey
Conductor: Alan Harverson
Violin: Perry Hart
Cello: Bruno Schrecker


by J. A. G. Griffith
Professor of English Law in the University of London
The first case in which the Council on Tribunals was opposed to a Government Department: it was defeated.


Unknown: J. A. G. Griffith


Part 2
Recording of the THURSDAY INVITATION CONCERT of January 12


A selection of recent and unpublished verse
Arranged and produced by Terence Tiller
Frederick Bradnum Edwin Brock Peter Dale
Zutfikar Ghose Brian Higgins
Landreth Leaper Louis MacNeice Jon Silkin
Denys Hawthorne , Olaf Pooley and David Spenser


Produced By: Terence Tiller
Unknown: Frederick Bradnum
Unknown: Edwin Brock
Unknown: Peter Dale
Unknown: Zutfikar Ghose
Unknown: Brian Higgins
Unknown: Landreth Leaper
Unknown: Louis MacNeice
Readers: Jon Silkin
Readers: Denys Hawthorne
Readers: Olaf Pooley
Readers: David Spenser

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