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: NEW COMMENT

This edition on The Edinburgh Festival includes
SATYAJIT RAY , the Indian film director, in conversation with MARIE SETON
JENS ARUP on the 59 Theatre Company's production of Ibsen's Little Eyolf
EDWIN MORGAN on some of the Fringe productions Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown: Satyajit Ray
Unknown: Marie Seton
Unknown: Jens Arup
Unknown: Edwin Morgan
Introduced By: George MacBeth

: PERSONS FROM PORLOCK

by Louis MacNeice
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by Louis MAcNEICE

Contributors

Hank: Jon Rollason
Sarah: Elizabeth Morgan
Peter: Peter Claughton
Mervyn: Norman Wynne
Mother: Mary O'Farrell
Maggie: Margaret Gordon
Donald: Tom Watson
Bailiff: Charles Leno
Doctor: Kenneth Hyde
The Person: William Eedle

: BARTOK AND BRAHMS

GYÖRGY PAUK (violin)
PETER FRANKL (piano)
Second of four programmes Including all Bartok's music for violin and piano.

Contributors

Piano: Peter Frankl

: DUNFORD DIALOGUES

God and Science
DONALD MACKAY
Professor of Communication, University of Keele opens a discussion on some aspects of the relationship between science and religion Other speakers are:
Fr. LAWRENCE BRIGHT, O.P. and NINIAN SMART
H. G. Wood Professor of Theology,
University of Birmingham
In what sense does God ' cause natural events? Why talk of ' creation rather than ' first cause , Why a personal God? What role does individual experience play in revelation?
Recorded at Dunford House. Sussex: second broadcast.








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