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: EGYPT IN EVOLUTION

A talk by ERSKINE CHILDERS illustrated by interviews recently recorded in the U.A.R. with President Nasser; Ali Sabri , President of the Executive Council; the editors of Al-Ahram and Akhbar al-Yom: health officials, sociologists, and others
This year sees the tenth anniversary of the Egyptian revolution. What is the nature of the changes brought about in Egypt by the Republican regime during the past decade? What sort of political institutions are emerging and what is the ideology behind them?
In considering his answers to these questions Erskine Childers, author of The Road to Suez-a Study of Western-Arab Relations, relates the Republic's evolution to the vast political, economic, and social changes that it faces. Second broadcast

Contributors

Talk By: Erskine Childers
Unknown: Ali Sabri

: PURCELL

WILLIAM BROWN (counter-tenor)
JUBILATE PLAYERS
Julie Brett (violin)
Margaret Crofts (violin) Oliver Brookes
(viola da gamba)
Norman Dyson (harpsichord)
Three Pavanes
G minor; A major; A minor
By beauteous softness April who till now
I call you all to Woden's hall
He himself courts
Strike the viol
Trio-Sonata No. 9, in F major
(Golden) Tenth of thirteen programmes including all Purcell's trio-sonatas.

Contributors

Unknown: William Brown
Violin: Julie Brett
Violin: Margaret Crofts
Viola: Oliver Brookes
Harpsichord: Norman Dyson

: CROSS PURPOSE

Le Malentendu by Albert Camus
Translated by STUART GILBERT
' Anyhow, to my mind the man was asking for trouble; one shouldn'play fool tricks of that sort.'
Meursault in The Outsider by ALBERT CAMUS with Kenneth Haigh as Jan, the Son Beatrix Lehmann as The Mother Rosalie Crutchley as Martha the Sister
Gudrun Ure as Maria, the Wife and George Hagan as The Old Manservant Produced by Richard IMISON
To be repeated on January 4 See page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Camus
Translated By: Stuart Gilbert
Unknown: Albert Camus
Unknown: Kenneth Haigh
Unknown: Beatrix Lehmann
Unknown: Gudrun Ure
Produced By: Richard Imison

: PHYLLIS TATE

Sonata for clarinet and cello played by GABOR REEVES (clarinet) ELEANOR WARREN (cello) Second broadcast

Contributors

Clarinet: Gabor Reeves
Cello: Eleanor Warren








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