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A series of conversations between speakers primarily concerned with the academic study of ideas and those with practical responsibilities.
2: Social Equality and the Concept of Class
The participants are:
Mark Abrams Head of a Social Research Organisation
Richard Hoggart
Senior Lecturer in English Leicester
The Rt. Hon. Enoch Powell , M.P. Minister of Health
Hugh Trevor-Roper
Regius Professor in Modern History Oxford
Bernard Williams
Lecturer in Philosophy
University College. London
Stuart Hampshire
Professor of Philosophy of Mind and Logic, London University who leads the discussions
Thev talk about some of the aspects of class in England and about its effects on our society.


Unknown: Mark Abrams
Unknown: English Leicester
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Enoch Powell


Duodecimet played by the Monod Ensemble
Conductor, Jacques Monod on a gramophone record


Conductor: Jacques Monod


A play for radio by GUNTER EICH translated by Michael Hamburger
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME : second broadcast


Unknown: Gunter Eich
Produced By: Christopher Holme
Paul: James McKechnic
Laparte: Frank Duncan
Manuela: Isla Cameron
Bayard: Denis Goacher
Kingsley: Gabriel Woolf
Zeemans: Bill Horsley
Richards: Kenneth McClellan
The Other Manuela: Barbara Assoon
Oliviera: David Garth


Maureen Lehane (contralto) Susan Bradshaw (piano) Purcell, arr. Britten Fairest isle
Turn then thine eyes
If music be the food of love
The Birds
A cradle song
Sephestia's lullaby
(A Charm of Lullabies)
Beethoven Andenken
Lied aus der
Ferne Seufzer eines Ungeliebten Gegenliebe


Contralto: Maureen Lehane
Piano: Susan Bradshaw
Unknown: Beethoven Andenken
Unknown: Ferne Seufzer

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