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
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
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
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