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: LAW IN ACTION

The Soblen Case t by J. E. S. FAWCETT
Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford
Has the vital distinction between our laws of extradition and deportation been blurred by this case? If it has, does this not endanger personal freedom? These are two of the questions Mr. Fawcett considers in his talk.

: Jacky Crowe: A Small-time Gambler

by Bill Naughton

Contributors

Writer: Bill Naughton
Producer: Douglas Cleverdon
Jacky Crowe: Ronald Baddiley
Knocker: John Sharp
Joung Jacky: Terry Dean
Young Knocker: Colin Pearce
Sproggy, Sam, Joe: James Goldie
Sproggy, Sam, Joe: Stephen J Dodd
Sproggy, Sam, Joe,: Harry Emmett
Phyllis, Edie, Elsie, Doris: Anne Maddock
Phyllis, Edie, Elsie, Doris: Jennifer Murray
Phyllis, Edie, Elsie, Doris: Gillian Kaberry
Phyllis, Edie, Elsie, Doris: Jean Hughes
Knocker's Mum: Norma Wilson
Knocker's Wife: Peggy Butt
The Questioner: Frank Duncan
[Actress]: Jennifer Barlow
[Actress]: Vivienne Chatterton
[Actor]: Frank Partington
[Actor]: George A. Cooper
[Actor]: Martin Starkie
[Actor]: Harry Markham
[Actor]: John Broadbent
[Actress]: Sheila Grant

: PURCELL

SCHOLA CANTORUM BASILIENSIS August Wenzinger Marianne Majer
Hannelore Miiller
Jan Crafoord , Johannes Koch
Fantasias:
No. 2, in F major No. 8, in D minor No. 9, in A minor No. 6, in F major No. 4, in G minor No. 3, in G minor No. 1, in D minor No. 11, in G major
Fantasia on one note tSecond broadcast
Third of thirteen programmes including Purcell trio-sonatas

Contributors

Unknown: Wenzinger Marianne Majer
Unknown: Hannelore Miiller
Unknown: Jan Crafoord
Unknown: Johannes Koch

: THE DISCOVERY OF HOGARTH

BASIL TAYLOR speaks about Frederick Antal 's posthumously published work Hogarth and his Place in European Art t Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Basil Taylor
Unknown: Frederick Antal

: REGINALD SMITH BRINDLE

PIETRO FROSSI (cello)
ALVARO COMPANY (guitar)
THE ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI ORCHESTRA OF NAPLES Conducted by FERRUCCIO SCAGLIA
Four Fragments, for guitar
Ten-string Music, for cello and guitar
Epitaph for Alban Berg, for string orchestra
Recording made available by courtesy of Radiotelevisione llaliana

Contributors

Cello: Pietro Frossi
Conducted By: Ferruccio Scaglia








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