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: THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION AND THE PEASANT

by E. H. Carr A shortened version of Professor Carr's British Academy Raleigh Lecture delivered earlier this year
Professor Carr, author of A History of Soviet Russia, discusses the problem of collectivisation in Russia and, in his own words, tries to explain what happened and does not speculate on what might have happened. One of the most fundamental questions Professor Carr deals with is why, in the pursuit of rapid industrialisation, the Soviet leaders proceeded to mass-collectivisation of agriculture, and why its execution brought with it cruelty and brutality.

Contributors

Unknown: E. H. Carr

: REGER

Suite No. 3, in E minor Op. 131d played by PATRICK IRELAND (viola) Last of three programmes of Reger's viola suites

Contributors

Viola: Patrick Ireland

: AN AFFLICTION OF GRANITE

A study of the Cornish poet and novelist Jack Clemo and of the china-clay country that has inspired most of his writing Compiled and produced by TERENCE TILLER

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Clemo
Produced By: Terence Tiller

: MOZART AND BEETHOVEN

THE SMETANA STRING QUARTET
Jiri Novak , Ljubomir Kostecky Milan Skampa , Antonin Kohout

Contributors

Unknown: Jiri Novak
Unknown: Ljubomir Kostecky
Unknown: Milan Skampa
Unknown: Antonin Kohout

: THE POET'S VOICE

A selection of unpublished poems by KEITH HARRISON PHILIP HOBSBAUM PETER REDGROVE JON SILKIN
NATHANIEL TARN TED WALKER Arranged and introduced by GEORGE MACBETH and read by the poets themselves

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Harrison
Unknown: Philip Hobsbaum
Unknown: Peter Redgrove
Unknown: Jon Silkin
Unknown: Nathaniel Tarn
Unknown: Ted Walker
Introduced By: George MacBeth








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