Recording of a concert held at the Wigmore Hall, London, on October 24 to mark the Society's twentieth anniversary
The John ALLDIS CHOIR
Conducted by John ALLDIS and BENJAMIN BRITTEN
A discussion between
MAX BELOFF , Gladstone Profes sor of Government and Public Administration, University of Oxford and JOSEPH FRANKEL , Head of the Department of Politics, University of Aberdeen Second broadcast
† GEOFFREY GILBERT (flute)
CARL PINI (violin and leader. GEORGE MALCOI. M (harpsichord) who directs the PHU.OMUSICA OF LONDON
Suite No. 2, in B minor
Violin Concerto in E major Triple Concerto (S.1044)
Harpsichord Concerto in D minor
Six talks by H. L. A. HART
Professor of Jurisprudence in the University of Oxford 5: The Responsibility of the Mentally Abnormal.
Criticism of the law's main doctrine concerning the criminal responsibility of the mentally abnormal has changed its direction in the last decade. Professor Hart considers the character of this change and the reasons for it.
Dispensing with Responsibility; November 4
Translated by KENNETH CAVANDER
Music composed and conducted by CHRISTOPHER WHELEN with Stephen Murray
Singer, DONALD BELL
THE AMRROSIAN SINGERS
A section of the NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX Third broadcast followed by an Interlude at 10.50
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