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: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather Forecast

: PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA

with BERNARD GARFIELD (bassoon)
Conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
In a Summer Garden (Delias)
8.16* Bassoon Concerto in B flat major (K.191) (Mozart)
8.3.5* Suite: Der Rosenkavalier
(Strauss) on gramophone records

Contributors

Bassoon: Bernard Garfield
Conducted By: Eugene Ormandy

: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather Forecast

: BACH CANTATAS

Cantata No. 59: Wer mien liebet, der wird mein Wort halten
AGNES GIEBEL (soprano) Theo ADAM (bass)
CHOIR OF ST. THOMAS'S CHURCH and LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS Orchestra
Conducted by KURT THOMAS
9.16* Cantata No. 21: Ich hatte viel Bekiimmernis
GUNTHILD Weber (soprano) HELMUT KREBS (tenor) HERMAN SCHEY (bass)
BERLIN Motet CHOIR and BERLIN PHILHARMONIC Orchestra
Conducted by FRITZ LEHMANN on gramophone records

Contributors

Bass: Theo Adam
Conducted By: Kurt Thomas
Tenor: Helmut Krebs
Bass: Herman Schey
Conducted By: Fritz Lehmann

: RECORD REVIEW

Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Mozart's The Magic Flute by WILLIAM MANN
Recent Orchestral Records: a review by NoËL Goodwin

Contributors

Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: William Mann
Review By: Noël Goodwin

: CHARLES MACKERRAS CONDUCTS

THE LONDON LIGHT ORCHESTRA
The programme includes music by Sullivan, Ernest Tomlinson ,
Josef Strauss , Eric Coates , Ravel, and Verdi
Originally broadcast Sept. 29. 1965

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Tomlinson
Unknown: Josef Strauss
Unknown: Eric Coates

: JAZZ RECORD REQUESTS

Introduced by HUMPHREY LYTTELTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Humphrey Lyttelton

: Sports Service

Introduced by MICHAEL De MORGAN
Directed by JOHN FENTON
Timings may be altered by events
*
12.30 Your Afternoon Forecast direct from the London Weather Centre followed by SPORTS PARADE
Introduced by LIAM NOLAN
*
1.0 SPORTING CHANCE
The Resident Team: ALUN Williams, MAURICE EDELSTON , CORBET WOODALL v. Chiltern Edge School Sonning Common
Question-Master, John ARLOTT
Produced by Geoff Dobson From Chiltern Edge School, Sonning Common. nr. Reading
First broadcast on Feb. 1 (Light)
*
SAILING
1.30 Plain Sailing
The fifth of a series of programmes in which BARRY BUCKNELL gives advice to do-it-yourself yachtsmen
Previously broadcast In the North of England Home Service
FISHING
1.35 Fisherman's Inn
The second of a series of reconstructed fishing trips with HAL MOUNT
Previously broadcast in the North of England Home Service
RACING
1.40 The Pintail Handicap Chase
For five-year-olds and upwards over two miles and a half
2.10 The Eider Handicap Chase
For five-year-olds and upwards over four miles and about 350 yards
Commentary by MICHAEL SETH-SMITH with summaries by TONY PRESTON
From Newcastle
4.55 Racing Results
2.35 RUGBY UNION
Wales v. Scotland Commentary by G. V. WYNNE-JONES and JOHN DOWNIE
From Cardiff Arms Park
County Championship (semi-final)
Middlesex v. Oxfordshire
Commentary by ALAN GIBSON and PETER YARRANTON
From Richmond, Surrey
*
4.10 ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL
Commentary during the second half of one of today's English League matches by ALAN CLARKE and SIMON SMITH , followed by results as they come in, direct from the BBC Sports Room.
5.0 SPORTS REPORT
Introduced by LIAM NOLAN
Produced by ANGUS MACKAY
Classified Football Results at 5.0 and 5.50 p.m.

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael de Morgan
Directed By: John Fenton
Introduced By: Liam Nolan
Unknown: Alun Williams
Unknown: Maurice Edelston
Unknown: Corbet Woodall
Question-Master: John Arlott
Produced By: Geoff Dobson
Commentary By: Michael Seth-Smith
Commentary By: G. V. Wynne-Jones
Commentary By: John Downie
Commentary By: Alan Gibson
Commentary By: Peter Yarranton
Matches By: Alan Clarke
Matches By: Simon Smith
Introduced By: Liam Nolan
Produced By: Angus MacKay

: FRENCH SONG

sung by CLARE WALMESLEY (soprano) WILFRED BROWN (tenor) with PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Second broadcast

Contributors

Sung By: Clare Walmesley
Tenor: Wilfred Brown
Piano: Paul Hamburger

: PORTRAIT OF BERTOLT BRECHT

Second of two programmes
Compiled and narrated by David Lytton with recordings of Brecht himself and contributions from
ARTHUR ADAMOV , ERIC BENTLEY HAROLD CLURMAN
MRS. LEON FEUCHTWANGER
MAX FRISCH , MANFRED GEORGE EDWARD HAMBLETON
H. R. HAVES , ROBERT KENNY CHARLES LAUGHTON
THERESE PHOL. ROBERT PLANSHON MARTEN POPPER
PROFESSOR FRIEDRICH RITTER WOLFGANG ROTH
GENEVIEVE SERRAU GEORGE TABORI
Produced by DAVID LYTTON
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.25

Contributors

Unknown: David Lytton
Unknown: Arthur Adamov
Unknown: Eric Bentley
Unknown: Harold Clurman
Unknown: Mrs. Leon Feuchtwanger
Unknown: Max Frisch
Unknown: Manfred George
Unknown: Edward Hambleton
Unknown: H. R. Haves
Unknown: Robert Kenny
Unknown: Charles Laughton
Unknown: Therese Phol.
Unknown: Robert Planshon
Unknown: Marten Popper
Unknown: Professor Friedrich Ritter
Unknown: Wolfgang Roth
Unknown: Genevieve Serrau
Unknown: George Tabori
Produced By: David Lytton

: BERLIOZ, BEETHOVEN AND BRAHMS

From the_Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Peter Mountain
Conductor, Charles Groves
Part 1

Contributors

Piano: Wilhelm Kempff

: * AFRICA AS IDEA AND REALITY

in West Indian Literature by O. R. DATHORNE
In this talk, a West Indian novelist who is now Lecturer in African Literature at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, discusses the developing attitude of Africa in the work of West Indian novelists and poets over the past forty years.

Contributors

Unknown: O. R. Dathorne

: * CONCERT

Part 2

: PERSONAL VIEW

Dr. David Thomson
Master of Sidney Sussex College Cambridge broadcasts his second talk in this fortnightly series of commentaries on current affairs
Next talk: February 19

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. David Thomson

: BERNARD NAYLOR

Nine Motets
THAMES CHAMBER CHOIR
Conductor, Louis HALSEY
SIMON PRESTON (organ) 1 Advent
2 Christmas Day 3 Epiphany

Contributors

Conductor: Louis Halsey
Conductor: Simon Preston

: EPIDEMICS

Second of two talks by W. G. HOSKINS
Food, drink, housing. Illness, the weather, these are the elementary conditions of life which most historians tend to neglect in writinK history. W. G. Hoskins. Professor of English Local History at the University of Leicester, talks about the main hazards of life in pre-industrial England.
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Unknown: W. G. Hoskins
Unknown: G. Hoskins.

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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