An enquiry into the theory and practice of industrial change
BRIAN BLAKE questions ' the innovator' and introduces comment on his views with William W. ALLEN
Managing Director of the Emerson Consultants Limited
by Henrik Ibsen
Translated by Michael Meyer with Ernest Milton, John Phillips and Jeremy Spenser
The Pretenders tells of the struggle for power between two rival claimants to the throne of Norway in the thirteenth century.
Citizens, men-at-arms, monks. and nuns played by Anthony Sheppard , Lynn Carson Norman Wynne. Leigh Crutchley and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company.
Music composed and conducted by Frederick Marshall
During the interval: 9.15-9.25. A gramophone record of Sibelius's Historical Scene: Festivo played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
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