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: LIMITED WAR AND NUCLEAR WAR

by HEDLEY BULL Lecturer,
London School of Economics and Political Science
If we accept that war shoujd be limited, are we granting a licence to engage in it? If we reject limitation, are we encouraging lack of restraint? Mr. Bull applies this old dilemma to strategic nuclear war.

: YOU CAN'T THINK OF EVERYTHING

On ne saurait penser a tout by Alfred de Musset newly translated by PETER MEYER with Alan Badel
Judy Campbell and Max Adrian
Pianist, Wilfrid Parry Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
The action takes place in the Comtesse de Vernon's country house early in the last century.
Max Adrian broadcasts by permission of the Royal Shakespeare Company
To be repeated on January 27 See page 44

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred de Musset
Translated By: Peter Meyer
Unknown: Alan Badel
Unknown: Judy Campbell
Unknown: Max Adrian
Pianist: Wilfrid Parry
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Unknown: Max Adrian
The Baron: Max Adrian
Germain: Denys Hawthorne
The Marquis de Valberg: Alan Badel
Victoire: Sheila Grant
The Comtesse de Vernon: Judy Campbell

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

WOLFGANG MARSCHNER (violin) SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF HESSISCHER RUNDFUNK
Conducted by Mario Rossi Part 1

Contributors

Violin: Wolfgang Marschner
Conducted By: Mario Rossi

: POP SINCE 1949

by LAWRENCE ALLOWAY
Lawrence Alloway , who until his appointment last year as curator of the Guggenheim museum in New York was closely connected with avant-garde artists in London, evaluates the use that successive English artists have made of popular art material in their work. Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Lawrence Alloway
Unknown: Lawrence Alloway

: CONCERT

Part 2
Recording made available by courtesy of Hessischer Rundfunk








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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