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Colin Sauer (violin) Peter Carter (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)


Violin: Colin Sauer
Violin: Peter Carter
Viola: Keith Lovell
Cello: Michael Evans


In the second of these programmes dealing with current literary trends in France BARBARA BRAY talks, in English, to MONIQUE LANGE , ROBERT PINGET , MICHEL MOHRT , and YVES BERGER-discussing with them their own work, their influences, their views on the literary situation in England, and their attitudes to the nouveau roman
Introduction and commentary by Barbara Bray


Talks: Barbara Bray
Unknown: Monique Lange
Unknown: Robert Pinget
Unknown: Michel Mohrt
Commentary By: Barbara Bray


A new play for radio by Ray Jenkins
* There's always a time for doing something, a time when something can be done-it's hard, clear, recognisable, like a diamond. But by the time the Dudgeons of this world reach here that moment's passed ' with WILLIAM SQUIRE as Mr. Cliffe
NORMAN CLARIDGE as The Prison Governor
PETER CLAUGHTON as Mr. Seeley and KENNETH CRANHAM as Boy Dudgeon Produced by JOHN GIBSON


Unknown: Ray Jenkins
Unknown: William Squire
Unknown: Norman Claridge
Unknown: Peter Claughton
Produced By: John Gibson


A Song for the Lord Mayor's Table
HEATHER HARPER (soprano) GERALD MOORE (piano) Originally broadcast on February
10 in the Home Service


Soprano: Heather Harper
Piano: Gerald Moore


In the northern United States racial segregation persists by custom and practice although not supported by law
Professor W. ELLISON CHALMERS , of the University of Illinois, gives a personal account of integration activities in the small university town of Champaign-Urbana Second broadcast


Unknown: Professor W. Ellison Chalmers


Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

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