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: GERMANY AFTER ADENAUER

Six weekly broadcasts on political. economic, and sociological affairs in Germany today
4: The Political Arena
A discussion between
ERNST MAJONICA
Chairman, C.D.U. Foreign Affairs Committee. Bonn
THEO SOMMER
Foreign Editor of Die Zeit, Hamburg. and Chairman, UWE KITZINGER Nuffield College, Oxford
Topics for discussion inckule the problems of the transfer or power from the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic to his successor, the next Federal Election, and the dispute over the new directions of foreign policy symbolised by Bonn and Berlin.

: IN SEARCH OF EDWIN MUIR

Last of three programmes by Michael Blakstad and George Bruce
WILLA MUIR talks about her husband
Extracts from
The Autobiography read by DUNCAN MCINTYRE

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Blakstad
Unknown: George Bruce
Talks: Willa Muir
Read By: Duncan McIntyre

: LIEDER RECITAL

sung by JANET BAKER (contralto) with ERNEST LUSH (piano)

Contributors

Contralto: Janet Baker
Piano: Ernest Lush

: HOT AND COLD

Short story by WILLIAM SANSOM
Read by GABRIEL WOOLP
Second broadcast

Contributors

Story By: William Sansom
Read By: Gabriel Woolp

: BACH

Fifteen Three-part Inventions played by HEI.MUT WALCHA (harpsichord) on a gramophone record

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

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

: Closedown









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