Three talks by GRAHAM HOUGH
2: Morality and the Novel
The English critic of the novel, says Mr. Hough, confines his criticism to the mere corroboration of values with which we are already familiar. In an age of social confusion like our own it probably means putting the novel out of business altogether.
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:
SIR TOM O'BRIEN
W. A. DAVISON
D. A. C. DEWDNEY
G. R. MOXON
Compiled and narrated by Tony Van den Bergh
1 Second broadcast
van Den Bergh
D. A. C.
van Den Bergh
† ORALIA DOMINGUEZ
RAYMOND LEPFARD (piano)
Brahms Vier ernste
Gesange Denn es gehet dem Menschea Ich wandte mtch und sahe 0 Tod. 0 Tod
Wenn Ich mit Menschen
Tre sonetti del Petrarca
La vita fugge
Quel rosignuol che si soave piagne
Levommi II mio pensler
Salvador Moreno Cancion de Jinete
Cancion del Naranjo Seco
(Poemas de Garcia Lorca)
Trois Chansons de Négresse
Sans feu ni lieu Abandonnée Mon htstotre
Cancion Del Naranjo
A review of recently published books of verse by Peter Dale . David Holbrook Robert Lowell , Richard Murphy Rosemary Tonks , Yvor Winters Introduced by VERNON SCANNELL with selected poems read by Lorna Sinclair , Gary Watson Alan Wheatley
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