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PERSONALITIES AND POSSIBILITIES IN KASHMIR

by Horace Alexander
Mr. Alexander left Kashmir in March after investigating the need for outside relief in the troubled areas. He was concerned in 1942 with relief in the Bengal famine and in 1945 with the Punjab refugee problem. He was a personal friend of Mahatma Gandhi
Third Programme

GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma: drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa, India, and England.
I-A Portrait
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: Rajendra Prasad , Jawaharlal Nehru , the Earl of Halifax, Gilbert Murray , Rajkumari Amrit
Kaur, C. Rajagopalachari , G. V. Mavalankar , B. C. Roy , Sir Robert Broomfield , Zakir Husain. M. R. Jayakar , Acharya Kripalani , P. C. Ghose , G. D. Birla , B. R. Ambedkar. Verrier Elwin , Miraben (Miss Slade), Devadas Gandhi , Sumitra Gandhi. Pyarelal Nayar , Sushila Nayar , N. K. Bose , M. Gilder , Padmaja Naidu. Muriel Lester , Horace Alexander , Maurice Frvdman , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Polak ,Glorney Bolton , and Louis Fischer
Production by Maurice Brown
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 30)
Third Programme

GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma: drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa, India, and England.
I-A Portrait
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: Rajendra Prasad , Jawaharlal Nehru , the Earl of Halifax, Gilbert Murray. Rajkumari Amrit Kaur , C. Rajagopalachari , G. V. Mavalankar , B. C. Roy , Sir Robert Broomfield , Zakir Husain , M. R. Jayakar. Acharya Kripalani , P. C. Ghose. G. D. Birla , B. R. Ambedkar. Verrier Elwin , Miraben (Miss Slade), Devadas Gandhi , Sumitra Gandhi , Pyarelal Nayar , Sushila Nayar. N. K. Bose , M. Gilder , Padmaja Naidu , Muriel Lester. Horace Alexander , Maurice Frydman. Mr. Henry Polak and Mrs. Henry Polak , Glorney Bolton. and Louis Fischer
Production by Maurice Brown
Third Programme

GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma.
4-The Last Phase
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: Jawaharlal Nehru. Earl Mountbatten of Burma. H. S. Suhra wardy, C. Rajagopalachari , P. C. Ghosh. B. C. Roy , Acharya Kripalani. Chaman Lal , G. D. Birla , Raja Hutheesingh. Zakir Husain , Pyarelal Nayar , A. S. Ray , N. K. Bose , B. Chandiwala. K. Shridharani , Sudhir Ghosh. Devadas Gandhi , Indira Gandhi , Padmaja Naidu , Sushila Nayar , Rajkumari Amrit Kaur , Miraben (Miss Slade), Eric da Costa , Maurice Frydman , Louis Fischer , Horace Alexander , Ian Stephens , and Robert Stimson
Production by Maurice Brown
Living Heritage:
The Balance of Nature
Next Saturday in the Third Programme: The first of a series of weekly talks on the application of ecological principles, ‘Ecology—a New Outlook,' will be given by E. M. Nicholson , C.B., Director-General of the Nature Conservancy
BBC Home Service Basic

GANDHI IN ENGLAND

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
A picture of the Mahatma's visit to England in 1931 for the Round Table Conference, drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him or worked with him at the time
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include:
The Earl of Halifax
Viscount Templewood
Lord Pethick-Lawrence Gilbert Murray , H. N. Brailsford
Verrier Elwin , Glorney Bolton
Horace Alexander. C. H. Haworth Muriel Lester. Martha Rutherston
Mrs. Barton. Albert Docker
Clare Sheridan , Miraben (Miss Slade)
Sir Mirza Ismail. Apa Pant
M. R. Jayakar. B. R. Ambedkar
DrAshraf, Raja Hutheesingh
G. D. Birla. B. Prem
Pyarelal Nayar. and Kaka Kalelkar
Production by Maurice Brown
Third Programme

GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma : drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa, India, and England.
I-A Portrait
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: Rajendra Prasad , Jawaharlal Nehru , the Earl of Halifax, Gilbert Murray. Rajkumari Amrit Kaur , C. Rajagopalachari. G. V. Mavalankar , B. C. Roy , Sir Robert Broomfleld , Zakir Husain , M. R. Jayakar , Acharya Kripalani , P. C. Ghose , G. D. Birla. B. R. Ambedkar , Verrier Elwin. Miraben (Miss Slade). Devadas Gandhi. Sumitra Gandhi , Pyarelal Navar , Sushila Nayar. N. K. Bose , M. Gilder. Padmaja Naidu , Muriel Lester , Horace Alexander. Maurice Frvdman , Mr. Henry Polak and Mrs. Henry Polak. Glorney Bolton, and Louis Fischer
Production by Maurice Brown
(The recorded broadcast of Sep. 30)
The Conquest of India: March 16
BBC Radio 4 FM

GANDHI-THE LAST PHASE

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
A programme to mark the twentieth anniversary of the assassination of the Mahatma drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in England and India The recorded voices of those taking part include:
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU
EARL MOUNTBATTEN OF BURMA H. S. SUHRAWARDY C. RAJAGOPALACHARI
P. C. GHOSH, ACHARYA KRIPALANI CHAMAN LAL, G. D. BIRLA
RAJA HUTHEESINGH , ZAKIR HUSAIN PYARELAL NAYAR , A. S. RAY N. K. BOSE , B. CHANDIWALA
K. SHRIDHARANI , SUDH[R GHOSH DEVADAS GANDHI , INDIRA GANDHI PADMAJA NAIDU , SUSHILA NAYAR RAJKUMARI AMRIT KAUR MIRABEN (MISS SLADE)
ERIC DA COSTA, MAURICE FRYDMAN Louis FISCHER , HORACE ALEXANDER IAN STEPHENS , ROBERT STIMSON
Edited and narrated by FRANCIS WATSON
Produced by Maurice Brown
This programme won the Italian Press Association's Documentary Prize in the 1957 Italia Prize contest: shortened version of the broadcast on December 2. 1956 (Third) See page 52
BBC Radio 4 FM

Homage to Gandhi

A programme 10 mark the centenary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi , with the recorded voices of men and women who knew him and those who now remember him
Scripted, edited, and narrated by FRANCIS WATSON , with tributes from among others: U THANT
JAWARHARLAL NEHRU
ZAKIR HUSAIN
EARL MOUNTBATTEN OF BURMA
THE FIRST EARL OF HALIFAX
LORD PETHICK-LAWRENCE
RAJKUMARI AMRIT KAUR
GILBERT MURRAY
HORACE ALEXANDER
VERRIER ELWIN , LOUIS FISCHER and MARTIN LUTHER KING
Produced by COLIN REID and MELVILLE DE MELLOW
A feature documentary in association with All India Radio whose contributions form an integral part of the programme in the form of extracts from their centenary programme My Life is My Message
Introductory and closing music is taken from an orchestral composition Saumyapurusha by Emani Shankar Shastry. This composition presents Mahatma Gandhi as a deliverer, as a man of God, and as an apostle of peace and non-violence
What does Gandhi mean today?: page 6
Third Programme

GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma: drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa. India, and England.
3-Gandhi in England
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: The Earl of Halifax. Viscount Templewood. Lord Pdhick-Lawrence. Gilbert Murray. H. N. Brailsford. Verrier Elwin, Glorney Bolton, Horace Alexander, C. H. Haworth. Muriel Lester, Martha Rutherston, Mrs. Barton, Albert Docker, Clare Sheridan, Miraben
(Miss Slade), Sir Mirza Ismail. Apa Pant. M. R. Javakar. B. R. Ambedkar , Dr. Ashraf, Raja Hutheesingh , G. D. Birla , B. Prem , Pyarelal Nayar. and Kaka Kalelkar
Production by Maurice Brown
Third Programme

GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma: drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa, India, and England.
4-The Last Phase
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: Jawaharlal Nehru, Earl Mountbatten of Burma. H. S. Suhrawardy, C. Rajagopalachari, P. C. Ghosh, B. C. Roy, Acharya Kripalani, Chaman Lal, G. D. Birla. Raja Hutheesingh. Zakir Husain. Pyarelal
Nayar, A. S. Ray, N. K. Bose, B. Ctiandiwala. K. Shridharani, Sudhir Ghosh, Devadas Gandhi, Indira
Gandhi, Padmaja Naidu, Sushila Nayar, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, Miraben (Miss Slade), Eric da Costa. Maurice Frydman. Louis Fischer, Horace Alexander, Ian Stephens, and Robert Stimson Production by Maurice Brown
Third Programme

GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma: drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa, India, and England.
3-Gandhi in England
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: The Earl of Halifax, Viscount Templewood, Lord Pethick-Lawrence, Gilbert Murray, H. N. Brailsford. Verrier Elwin, Glorney Bolton, Horace Alexander, C. H. Haworth, Muriel Lester, Martha Rollason, Mrs. Barton Albert Docker. Clare Sheridan, Miraben (Miss Slade), Sir Mirza Ismail, Apa Pant, M. R. Jayakar. B. R. Ambedkar. Dr. Ashraf. Raja Hutheesingh, G. D. Birla, B. Prem, Pyarelal Nayar, Kaka Kalelkar
Production by Maurice Brown
BBC Home Service Basic

GANDHI

The Last Phase by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
A programme drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in England and India including
Jawaharlal Nehru. Earl Mountbatten of Burma. H. S. Suhrawardv. C. Rajagopalachari, P. C. Ghosh, Acharya Kripalani, Chaman Lal, G. D. Birla, Raja Hulheesingh, Zakir Husain, Pyarelal Navar, A. S. Rav, N. K. Bose. B. Chandiwala. K. Shridharani, Sudhir Ghosh. Devadas Gandhi, Indira Gandhi. Padmaja Naidu, Sushila Nayar, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, Miraben (Miss Slade). Eric da Costa, Maurice Frvdman. Louis Fischer. Horace Alexander, Ian Stephens, and Robert Stimson
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
Production by Maurice Brown
This programme has won the Italian Press Association's documentary prize in this year's Italia Prize contest.






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