Introduced by Bernard Keeffe.
with Julius Katchen and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Raymond Cohen
The piano concerto-contest or collaboration, vehicle for virtuosity, or just exciting music? What is it that makes the piano concerto so popular?
The Royal Philharmonic
The second of two programmes which consider the contribution that television can make to education in Britain today and tomorrow
Asa Briggs, Professor of History and Dean of Social Studies, Sussex University; President, Workers' Educational Assn.
Hermann Bondi, F.R.S. Professor of Mathematics, King's College, London University
David Daiches, Professor of English, Sussex University
Tony Gibson, Director, Hertfordshire Television Project
Elizabeth Monkhouse, Senior Staff Tutor, Dept. of ExtraMural Studies, London University
Harold Wiltshire, Director of Adult Education, Nottingham University
Introduced by Derek Holroyde.
[Starring] Charles Laughton
with Mary Boland, Charlie Ruggles, Zasu Pitts, Roland Young
From a story by:
Duke of Burnstead:
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