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: OVERTURE

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: NEWS; WEATHER

: MORNING CONCERT

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: NEWS; WEATHER

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSERS

0 Balakirev and Mussorgsky gramophone records

: THE SONG-CYCLE

Janacek
Diary of a young man who disappeared English translation by Bernard Keeffe
JOSEPHINE VEASEY (mezzo-soprano)
JOHN MITCHINSON (tenor) WALTER SUSSKIND (piano) with JEANETTE HILL (soprano) MAUDE BAKER (contralto) LESLEY REID (contralto)
Tenth in a weekly series of thirteen programmes linked with Study Session (Thurs.) Broadcast on June 8, 1965

Contributors

Translation By: Bernard Keeffe
Mezzo-Soprano: Josephine Veasey
Tenor: John Mitchinson
Piano: Walter Susskind
Contralto: Maude Baker
Contralto: Lesley Reid

: LONDON MOZART PLAYERS

Led by Meyer Stolow
Conductor, HARRY BLECH Broadcast on December 13. 1966

Contributors

Conductor: Meyer Stolow
Conductor: Harry Blech

: FIRST TEST MATCH

England v. Australia at Old Trafford Second day
11.25 a.m.-1.35 p.m. including lunchtime summary
2.10'-4.20' p.m. including teatime summary
4.30*-6.35 p.m.

: STUDY

See page 39

: BACH

Third of six programmes in which MAX ROSTAL will play all Bach's
Partitas and Sonatas for violin
Sonata in A minor
Next programme, June 12: Partita in D minor

: GENETIC ENGINEERING

A series of eight programmes on how the most fundamental of the biological sciences is being used in a new technology 5: Genetic Counselling by A PHYSICIAN
The number of people who really need genetic advice is not large but those who do need it need it badly. Doctors who give genetic counselling undertake to give advice on the risks involved in passing on undesirable genetic characters— but the ultimate choice of whether to accept or reject the advice rests with the individual. This element of personal choice may be the greatest safeguard against the misapplication of genetic knowledge.
Genes in populations, by Dr. Anthony Allison : June 14

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Anthony Allison

: EDITH EVANS FESTIVAL

The Cherry Orchard I by Anton Chekhov
Translated by Manya Harari with The action takes place in Russia on tho country estate of Madame Ranevsky in the early years of this century.
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX Broadcast on December 21. 1964

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Chekhov
Translated By: Manya Harari
Unknown: Madame Ranevsky
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Madame Ranevsky: Edith Evans
Yermolay Alexeyich Lopakhin a merchant: Joss Ackland
Dunyasha, a maid: Marjorie Westbury
Epikhodov the estate clerk: John Hollis
Anya, Madame Ranevsky's daughter: Sheila Shand Gibbs
Lyubov Andreyevna Ranevsky: Edith Evans
Varya, Madame Ranevsky's adopted daughter..: Daphne Slater
Leonid Andreyich Gayev, Madame Ranevsky's brother.: Peter Copley
Yasha, a valet: Andrew Sachs
Firs, an old valet: John Ruddock
Semyonov Pishchik, a landowner: Hamlyn Benson
Sharlotta Ivanovna, a governess: Hilda Kriseman
Petya Trofimov, a student: John Moffatt
A Tramp: Wilfrid Carter

: KODALY

0 Missa brevis
BBC CHORUS
BBC CHORAL SOCIETY
MARTIN NEARY (organ) Conducted by PETER GELLHORN

Contributors

Conducted By: Peter Gellhorn

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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