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: LIVING ENGLISH DIALECT

† Three talks by HAROLD ORTON
In his last talk on the Survey of English Dialects published by the University of Leeds, Professor Orton examines the vocabulary and grammatical structure of the language of rural communities and suggests some lines for future research.
His talk is illustrated by recordings made by Stanley Ellis on farms throughout the country. English Exported: June 9

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Orton
Unknown: Stanley Ellis

: THE MAIDS

by Jean Genet translated by BERNARD FRECHTMAN with an introduction by MARTIN ESSLIN
Brenda Bruce as Claire
Sian Phillips as Solange and June Tobin as Madame Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Genet
Translated By: Bernard Frechtman
Unknown: Martin Esslin
Unknown: Brenda Bruce
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Unknown: June Tobin
Produced By: John Tydeman

: HAYDN

The ENGLISH STRING QUARTET Last of three programmes including his six Quarteta Op. 60

: LE CORBUSIER IN AMERICA

by FELLO ATKINSON , A.R.I.B.A.
Nearly thirty years ago Le Corbusier set down (in When the Cathedrals Were White) his deep concern for the United States and his belief that. in spite of all the ' inhuman jazz,' it would be the first to achieve an architecture to honour modern life. Yet it is only this year that he completed a commission there.
Fello Atkinson reflects on this building-the Carpenter Center at Harvard-and on the Corbusier exhibition now at the Museum of Modern Art. Do they mark an end to the long estrangement between a great architect and what he called the country of timid people ' ? Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Fello Atkinson
Unknown: Fello Atkinson








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