by JOHN HATCH
Commonwealth correspondent of the New Statesman
In this talk John Hatch , who was until recently Director of ExtraMural Studies in the University of Sierra Leone, looks beyond transient factors such as radical prejudice to some of the very real problems facing the new states of Africa in their search for a common purpose and identity. Second broadcast
An opera by Handel
Cast in order of singing:
English CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted by Arnold Goldsbrough
Scene 1: The mountains
Scene 2: The countryside
Patentable Inventions Now by A BARRISTER
Can our patent law keep pace with the vast changes in modem technology;* Extensions arc constantly being made into new fields and revolutionising traditional crafts such as agriculture, horticulture, and surveying. A barrister with experience of patent cases examines some important new developments in the law.
by DANIEL HALEVY
MARQUIS DE LAURIS Duc DE GRAMONT PHILIPPE SOUPAULT JEAN COCTEAU
JACQUES DE LACRETELLE EMMANUEL BERL
MME ANDRE MAUROIS
PAUL MORAND and MME MORAND CELESTE ALBARET
Introduced in English by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL By arrangement with R.T.F.
Conducted by RUDOLF BARSHAI
Divertimento for string orchestra (Bartok)
Concerto Grosso In D minor
(L'estro armonico) (Vivaldi)
Concerto for double string orchestra (Tippett) with BATH FESTIVAL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA on gramophone records
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