A piece for radio by Gerard McLarnon with Eleanor Summerfield and Marjorie Westbury
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
Aunt Mu, a medium:
Fred, Sammy's father:
Maud, his mother:
Bobs, his uncle:
Vi, his sister:
Sylvia Seed, his fiancee's mother:
The Hon Mrs de Mayville:
Sir Nilus Lansbury:
Major-General Lord Kitchener of Khartoum:
Field-Marshal Lord Roberts of Kandahar:
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4: The Political Arena
A discussion between ERIK BLUMENFELD
CDU Member of the Federal Parliament
Foreign Editor of Die Zett, Hamburg and Chairman, UWE KITZINGER Nuffield College, Oxford
Topics for discussion include the problems of the transfer of 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.
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