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A discussion between LAURIE MARTIN
Washington Center for
Foreign Policy Research and ART WASKOW
Peace Research Institute, Washington
The defence policy of the United States now includes the option of Limited Strategic War-that is, the use of nuclear weapons in such a way that the enemy's ability to call a halt is initially preserved. S me of the doubts and problems of this option, widely debated throughout the Atlantic Alliance, are discussed by two American experts.
Recorded for the BBC by CBS


Piano Quartet No. 2, in G minor, Op. 45 played by the LONDON PIANO QUARTET
Emanuel Hurwitz (violin) Watson Forbes (viola) Vivian Joseph (cello) James Gibb (piano) Second broadcast
Fifth of ten programmes Including Faure's complete chamber music"
Piano Quintet No. 1, in D minor: May 31


Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz
Viola: Watson Forbes
Cello: Vivian Joseph
Piano: James Gibb


by Marguerite Duras translated and adapted by BARBARA BRAY with Ernest Milton and Sian Phillips
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
See page 24


Unknown: Marguerite Duras
Adapted By: Barbara Bray
Unknown: Ernest Milton
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Narrator: Sian Phillips
Valerie: Jo Manning Wilson
Girl: Elizabeth Proud
Michel Arc: Michael Spice
Madam Arc: Diana Olsson
Monsieur Andesmas: Ernest Milton


HANS WERNER HENZE pays tribute to the great German conductor who died last year followed by a performance of Henze's
Antifone for Salzburg (1960) given by the SÜDWESTFUNK Orchestra conducted by HANS ROSBAUD
Recordings made available by cour. tesy of Siiddeutscher Rundfunk and SUdwestfunk


Unknown: Hans Werner Henze
Conducted By: Hans Rosbaud
Unknown: Siiddeutscher Rundfunk

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