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and Weather Forecast

: OVERTURE

Mozart
Overture: The Impresario
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC Orchestra
Conducted by COLIN DAVIS
7.9* Piano Concerto No. 21, in C major (K.467)
GEZA ANDA (piano) directing the SALZBUKG MOZARTEUM ORCHESTRA
7.38* Symphony No. 25, in G minor
(K.183)
LONDON SYMPHONY Orchestra
Conducted by COLIN DAVIS on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Colin Davis
Conducted By: Colin Davis

: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather Forecast

: CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA

Conducted by GEORGE SZELL
Symphonic Poem: Don Juan
(Strauss)
8.21* Pavane pour une infante defunte (Ravel)
8.28* Pictures from an Exhibition
(Mussorgsky, orch. Ravel) on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: George Szell
Unknown: Don Juan

: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather Forecast

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSERS

Tippett and Berkeley
Gramophone records of Tippett's String Quartet No. 2, in F sharp major, and movements from Berkeley's Trio for violin, horn, and piano

: ANNIVERSARY

Gramophone records highlighting musical anniversaries occurring this week

: HAYDN

played by LILI KRAUS (piano)
Variations in F minor (H.XVII.6)
10.40* Sonata in D major (Haydn
Society No. 37)

Contributors

Piano: Lili Kraus

: to England v. The West Indies FIRST TEST MATCH

at Old Trafford, Manchester
Final day
Ball-by-ball commentaries by JOHN ARLOTT , ROBERT HUDSON , and Roy LAWRENCE with comments and summaries by F. R. BROWN and NORMAN YARDLEY

Contributors

Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Robert Hudson
Unknown: Roy Lawrence
Unknown: F. R. Brown
Unknown: Norman Yardley

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Overture: The Merrymakers
(( 'oates)
PRO ARTE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by GILBERT VINTER
Serenade for flute, harp, and string orchestra (Howard Hanson )
MAURICE SHARP (flute)
ALICE CHAI. IFOUX (harp) CLEVELAND SINFONIETTA
Conducted by Louis LANE
5.44' Ballet: Pineapple Poll (Scene
1) (Sullivan, arr. Mackerras)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Gilbert Vinter
Unknown: Howard Hanson
Flute: Alice Chai.
Conducted By: Louis Lane
Conducted By: Charles MacKerras

: BANDSTAND

BRIGHOUSE AND RASTRICK BAND
Conductor. W. B. HARGREAVES plays music by Thomas Keighley
Tone poem: Lorenzo
6.18* Symphonic Rhapsody: The
Crusaders

Contributors

Conductor: W. B. Hargreaves
Music By: Thomas Keighley

: FACTS IN FOCUS

The European Economic Community
1: The Treaty of Rome
Ϯ by JOHN PINDER

Contributors

Unknown: John Pinder

: LET'S GO B nYTbl

Revision Programme by VAUGHAN JAMES
University of Sussex
Vaughan James answers queries on points of grammar and vocabulary which lisfeners may have found difficult during the course
Produced by Richard Hooper

Contributors

Produced By: Richard Hooper

: THE ROMANS

5: Ostia by M. W. FREDERIKSEN , Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford Ostia lay at the mouth of the river Tiber and had a long history as the harbour town of Rome. The excavation of the last sixty years has revealed many of the buildings and housing blocks of the city centre, and fresh excitement has come quite recently when the remains of the first harbour were unearthed during the construction of Rome's new civil aerodrome. The ruins of Ostia are a rival to those of Pompeii and Herculaneum; they have given a clear and detailed picture of the commercial activities, the social life and the style of living in a town at the height of the Roman Empire.
With readings by Tim SEELY
Produced by Adrian Johnson

Contributors

Unknown: M. W. Frederiksen
Unknown: Tim Seely
Produced By: Adrian Johnson

: THE COUNTESS CATHLEEN

by W. B. Yeats adapted for broadcasting by W. R. RODGERS with Eithne Dunne
Ray McAnally , Eamonn Keane
Cast in order of speaking :
Others taking part:
R. H. MacCandless , Michael Duffy , Jack McQuoid , Kathleen Feenan , Irene Bingham , Gwendolyn Stewart
Music composed and conducted by HAVELOCK NELSON played by the LIGHT ORCHESTRA
Produced by RONALD MASON
Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: W. B. Yeats
Broadcasting By: W. R. Rodgers
Unknown: Eithne Dunne
Unknown: Ray McAnally
Unknown: R. H. MacCandless
Unknown: Michael Duffy
Unknown: Jack McQuoid
Unknown: Kathleen Feenan
Unknown: Irene Bingham
Unknown: Gwendolyn Stewart
Conducted By: Havelock Nelson
Produced By: Ronald Mason
Narrator: Peter Adair
Mary: Catherine Gibson
Teig: Sam McCready
Shemus: Liam O'Callaghan
The Countess Cathleen: Eithne Dunne
Oona: Nita Hardie
Aleel: Eamonn Keane
First Merchant: Ray McAnally
Second Merchant: Bryan Robson
Steward: Maurice O'Callaghan
The angel: Robert McLernon

: FRENCH MUSIC

JAMES HOLLAND and David Johnson (timpani)
HUGUES CUÉNOD (tenor)
SOCIETE DE MUSIQUE D'AUTREfOIS Michel Sanvoisin (recorder) Claude Maisonneuve (oboe) Stanley Weiner (violin)
Madeleine Lamy-Dubreuil iviolin)
Jean Lamy (bass viol) Guy Robert (lute)
Antoine Geoffroy-Dechaume (harpsichord)
Genevieve Thibault (organ) with WILLIAM WATERHOUSE (bassoon)
Part 1
Continued in next column

Contributors

Unknown: James Holland
Unknown: David Johnson
Tenor: Hugues Cuénod
Unknown: Michel Sanvoisin
Oboe: Claude Maisonneuve
Violin: Stanley Weiner
Violin: Madeleine Lamy-Dubreuil
Bass: Jean Lamy
Unknown: Guy Robert
Harpsichord: Antoine Geoffroy-Dechaume
Harpsichord: Genevieve Thibault
Bassoon: William Waterhouse

: THE IMAGE OF LAW

A series of five talks
2: Two Faces of Law
Ϯ by DAVID POCOCK
Lecturer in Indian Sociology in the University of Oxford We are familiar with law as an abstraction, a concept ' brooding upon the face of the waters ' and ordering society from somewhere above, as it were. But does the reflexive abstraction make any sense apart from the social experience which is its matrix and its creation? Dr. Pocock reflects on the relational and systematising aspects of law, as embodied in individual societies.
H. R. Post : Schnorkelheim' Law: June 14

Contributors

Unknown: David Pocock
Unknown: H. R. Post

: FRENCH MUSIC

Part 2
A concert given in the Holywett
Music Room. Oxford, during the English Bach Festival 1965

: SATIE AND HIS CRITICS

by PATRICK COWERS
Erik Satie 's music has always given rise to controversy and has excited ecstatic praise from some critics and contempt from others. Patrick Gowers , who has made a special study of Satie criticism, discusses some ideas that recur in it that throw light not only on the composer himself but also his critics.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Cowers
Unknown: Erik Satie
Unknown: Patrick Gowers

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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