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: WAGE NEGOTIATIONS

An enquiry by Tony Van den Bergh
An examination of existing machinery for wage negotiations in British industry from the shop floor through the National Joint Negotiating Committees to the available channels of appeal
Industrialists and trade union officials discuss the present situation-described by some as ' horse-trading '-and suggest improvements for the future
Those taking part include: FRANK COUSINS
Sir TOM O'BRIEN
H. 0. PALETHORPE
GEORGE WOODCOCK
W. A. DAVISON
D. A. C. DEWDNEY
G. R. MOXON
PETER PARKER Compiled and narrated by TONY VAN DEN BERGH

Contributors

Unknown: Tony van Den Bergh
Unknown: Sir Tom O'Brien
Unknown: George Woodcock
Unknown: W. A. Davison
Unknown: D. A. C. Dewdney
Unknown: G. R. Moxon
Unknown: Peter Parker
Unknown: Tony van Den Bergh

: TRENDS IN MODERN JAZZ

KENNETH ALISOP surveys recent developments in modern jazz and analyses, with records, the work of some of the innovators

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Alisop

: REFLECTIONS ON THE KAMA SUTRA

by W. G. ARCHER
The Kama Sutra of the third century A.D. is a frank description by an early Indian writer of life and sex in ancient India. W. G. Archer, who has recently edited for open publication in this country Sir Richard Burton 's hitherto suppressed translation, describes how he first came across the Kama Sutra in India and how he now regards it.

Contributors

Unknown: W. G. Archer
Unknown: Kama Sutra
Unknown: Sir Richard Burton

: BACH

Another programme of his borrowings from himself arranged and introduced by NORMAN CARRELL HAZEL SCHMID (soprano)
WINIFRED ROBERTS (violin)
GERAINT JONES
(organ and harpsichord) HAROLD LESTER
(organ and harpsichord continuo)
THE GERAINT JONES
SINGERS AND ORCHESTRA
Leader, Winifred Roberts
/ Conductor, GERAINT JONES
Chorus: Gott, wie dein Name
(Cantata No. 171)
Aria: Phoebus eilt mit schnellen Pferden (Cantata No. 202)
Chorus: Weinen, Klagen (Cantata No. 12)
Concerto (Cantata No. 152)
Chorus: Schauet doch und sehet (Cantata No. 46)
Prelude and Fugue In A major, for organ
Allegro from Sonata No. 6 In
G major, for harpsichord and violin
Chorus: Preise dein Glttcke
(Cantata No. 215)
The Prelude and Fugue was re. corded in St. Peter's Italian Church. Clerkenwell Road, London

Contributors

Introduced By: Norman Carrell
Soprano: Hazel Schmid
Violin: Winifred Roberts
Harpsichord: Harold Lester
Leader: Winifred Roberts








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