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Six talks by H. L. A. HART
Professor of Jurisprudence in the University of Oxford
The thought of man is not triable, for the Devil alone knoweth the thought of man.
The slate of a man's mind is as much a matter of fact as the state of his digestion.
These two statements represent divergent views of the competence of law courts. It is important in determining criminal responsibility that the law should take notice of a man's frame of mind.
1: The Doctrine of Hens Rea
Second talk: October 7
See page 46


Unknown: H. L. A. Hart


† CZIFFRA (piano)
Fantasy in F minor, Op. 49 Sonata in B flat minor
Grande Valse brillante in E fiat major, Op. 18
Liebestraum No. 3, in A flat major
Polonaise in E major
Grand Galop chromatique Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6


by Max Frisch
Donald Wolfit as The Stranger and Pauline Jameson as Julika
Hugh Burden , Kenneth Hyde
Charles Leno in a play written for radio translated by MICHAEL BULLOCK
Characters in order of speaking : 3 Production by H. B. FORTUIN


Unknown: Max Frisch
Unknown: Donald Wolfit
Unknown: Pauline Jameson
Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: Kenneth Hyde
Unknown: Charles Leno
Translated By: Michael Bullock
Production By: H. B. Fortuin
A Lady: Petronella Barker
A Gentleman: Fraser Kerr
The Stranger: Donald Wolfit
Customs Officer: Lee Fox
An Inspector: John Boxer
Georges: Andre Maranne
Julika: Pauline Jameson
Defence Counsel: Hugh Burden
Waiter: David Alexander
A customer: Lee Fox
The Public Prosecutor: Kenneth Hyde
Knobel, prison warder: Charles Leno
Miss Schmidt: Elizabeth Marlowe
Mr Ferstel: John Ruddock


: Closedown

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