A discussion on the man, the work. and the times between RICHARD T, ELLMAN
KARL MILLER , JULIAN MITCHELL in the light of the publication of Hemingway's first posthumous book A Moveable Feast
Second broadcast: previously broadcast in ' New Comment '
† by RALPH BERRY
Do political writers use a genre of metaphor unconsciously derived from their party's traditional outlook?
Dr. Berry illustrates his view that they do. with quotations from two recent Penguins: Why Conservativef by Timothy Raison and Why LabourT by Jim Northcott.
A monthly programme in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared
† Paul HAMBURGER talks about
Brahms's Four Serious Songs recorded by KATHLEEN FERRIER , KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD , DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU, and others
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