by C. J. Hamson
Professor of Comparative Law in the University of Cambridge
Are the powers of the police excessive? Are the remedies against them adequate and sufficiently accessible? Professor Hamson considers these questions in the light of recent cases, and he compares the practice here with that in France. : second broadcast
by M. I. Finley
M. I. Finley , Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, considers some of the problems of policy and leadership, of decisions and responsibility for them, inherent in the democracy that came into being in late 6th-century Athens.
A broadcast version of a lecture given earlier this year to the Hellenic Society in London.
A radio script by William Glen-Doepel from the novel by EÇA DE QUEIROZ translated by Roy Campbell with Rachel Gurney , Robert Stephens
Catherine Lacey , Richard Pasco
Eca de Queiroz (1843-1900), Portugal's greatest novelist, wrote Cousin Bazilio in 1877, while resident at Bristol as Portuguese Consul. He was a disciple of F!aubert, and as a study of the ravages wrought by passion in a romantic soul, Cousin Bazilio can be set beside Madame Bovary.
Other parts played by Barbara Mitchell. Philip Morant and Charles Simon
Piano played by Cicely Hoye
Production by WILLIAMGLEN-DOEPEL
; second broadcast
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