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: NEW COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts tEDWARD LUCIE-SMITH on the retrospective exhibition of work by the late Franz Kline , at the Whftechapel Gallery
† PATRICK MAGEE and JACK MACGOWRAN talk to BARBARA BRAY about their experiences in working with Samuel Beckett on the Paris production of Endgame
† RICHARD FINDLATER discusses the Moscow Art Theatre's The Cherry Orchard (presented in the World Theatre Season at the Aldwych) and compares it with recent British productions of Chekhov

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Kline
Unknown: Patrick Magee
Unknown: Jack MacGowran
Unknown: Barbara Bray
Unknown: Samuel Beckett
Unknown: Richard Findlater

: BEETHOVEN

Sonala in u nai major,
Op. 106 (Hammerklavier)
ARTUR SCHNABEL (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Piano: Artur Schnabel

: PURGATORY

by W. B. Yeats
An old man, an old house, and an old tale of violence with Cyril Cusack as the Old Man Nigel Anthony as the Boy
Produced by R. D. Smith
To be repeated on June 22
See page JJ

Contributors

Unknown: W. B. Yeats
Unknown: Cyril Cusack
Unknown: Nigel Anthony
Produced By: R. D. Smith

: RECITAL

VERA SOUKUPOVA (contralto)
ALFRED HOLECEK (piano)
Noci mila
Summer come
Unter den Linden Du bist Min
Non mi mandar messaggi Ballade du temps iadis first broadcast performance In this country

Contributors

Contralto: Vera Soukupova
Piano: Alfred Holecek

: THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION AND THE PEASANT

by E. H. CARR
A shortened version of Prof. Carr's British Academy Raleigh Lecture delivered last year
Professor Carr. author of A History of Soviet Russia, discusses the problem of collectivisation in Russia and, in his own words. tries to explain what happened and does not speculate on what might have happened. One of the most fundamental questions Professor Carr deals with is why, in the pursuit of rapid industrialisation, the Soviet leaders proceeded to mass-collectivisation of agriculture, and why its execution brought with it cruelty and brutality.
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Unknown: E. H. Carr

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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