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: TOWARDS A MANAGEMENT ELITE?

An enquiry into the present state of management education in this country
Compiled and narrated by STEPHEN APIS
Industrial Correspondent of New Society
Speakers include:
R. G. A. BOLAND
Cranfield College of Aeronautics
PETER F. Drucker ,
University of New York R. L. EDGERTON ,
Regent Street Polytechnic THOMAS LUPTON ,
Birmingham C.A.T. LEONARD NEWTON
Pilkington Brothers Limited HUGH PARKER McKinseys
Management Consultants J. PARSONS
Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds PROFESSOR T. T. PATERSON University of Strathclyde PROFESSOR R. W. REVANS Manchester University PETER RUNGE
President of F.B.I.
Produced by NEIL Crichton-Miller

Contributors

Unknown: Peter F. Drucker
Unknown: L. Edgerton
Unknown: Regent Street Polytechnic
Unknown: Thomas Lupton
Unknown: Professor T. T. Paterson
Unknown: Professor R. W. Revans
Produced By: Neil Crichton-Miller

: THE DETOUR

A play by Martin Walser
Translated by RICHARD Grunberger
Adapted by BARRY Bermange with Patrick Wymark , Sheila Allen and Cyril Shaps
Produced by MARTIN ESSLIN
Martin Walser is one of Germany's leading younger novelists and playwrights. The Detour deals with some of the problems of the affluent society in the style of a comedy of menace. Barry Bermange has transferred the play, which highlights a situation universal to Western European Society, into an English setting. To be repeated on May 24

Contributors

Play By: Martin Walser
Translated By: Richard Grunberger
Adapted By: Barry Bermange
Unknown: Patrick Wymark
Unknown: Sheila Allen
Unknown: Cyril Shaps
Produced By: Martin Esslin
Produced By: Martin Walser
Unknown: Barry Bermange
Hubert: Patrick Wymark
Frieda: Sheila Allen
Eric: Cyril Shaps
Albert: Michael Deacon

: MUSICA ANTICA E NUOVA

Director, CELIA BIZONY
MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto) DUNCAN ROBERTSON (tenor) BENJAMIN LUXON (baritone) CARL Pini (violin)
JOHN TUNNELL (violin) JAMES Christie (cello)
CELIA BIZONY (harpsichord)

Contributors

Director: Celia Bizony
Contralto: Maureen Lehane
Tenor: Duncan Robertson
Violin: Carl Pini
Violin: John Tunnell
Cello: James Christie
Harpsichord: Celia Bizony

: THE NEWS,

: MARKET TRENDS

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

: Closedown









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