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Freedom Now!
The Struggle for Integration in Birmingham, Alabama May, 1963
Recorded and narrated by DALE MINOR
This outstanding American documentary was produced by Pacifica Radio last year. following one of the worst outbursts of racial violence in the history of the Southern States.
† Produced and edited by DALE MINOR and Chris Koch
Technical production by Bob Cramer
Jerico—Jim Crow : Nov. 27


Edited By: Dale Minor
Edited By: Chris Koch
Production By: Bob Cramer
Unknown: Jim Crow


DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET Colin Sauer (violin) Peter Carter (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
PETER FRANKL (piano) Part 1


Violin: Colin Sauer
Violin: Peter Carter
Viola: Keith Lovell
Cello: Michael Evans
Piano: Peter Frankl


Some Thoughts on her Work by Adrian Stokes
Melanie Klein (1882-1960), Vienna-born psycho-analyst, invented the technique for the analysis of children. It is claimed that she added considerably to the empire of Freud.
† ADRIAN STOKES , who, as a writer on art, has been much influenced by her ideas, tajks to LEONIE COHN


Unknown: Adrian Stokes
Unknown: Melanie Klein
Unknown: Adrian Stokes


Part 2
Given before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to [address removed]
Next Tuesday's Invitation Concert will not be broadcast because the Royal Concert at the Royal Albert Hall will be broadcast in the Home Service, The Invitation Concert will, however, take place in Studio 1, Maida Vale , and be recorded for transmission on January 19: Copland. Piano Fantasy (Lamar Crowson ); Stravinsky, Octet: Yehudi Wyner. Serenade for seven instruments (Portia Wind Ensemble. conducted by John Carewe ); Stravinsky. Concert for two pianos (George Malcolm and Lamar Crowson ).


Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Maida Vale
Unknown: Lamar Crowson
Unknown: Yehudi Wyner.
Conducted By: John Carewe
Pianos: George Malcolm
Pianos: Lamar Crowson


or Mannerism in long shot by LAURENCE KrrCHIN who traces the development of the cinema's use of landscape and how, in the 1960s, he feels that directors such as Resnais, Anlonioni, and Patroni-Grifn have arrived at a new relationship between figures and landscape.
Second broadcast


Unknown: Laurence Krrchin

: The News


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

: Closedown

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