BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader, Colin Staveley
Conductor, JOHN CAREWE
The fifth of ten weekly broadcasts of recordings made during this competition: competitors played Haydn sonatas and modern works. in addition to Mozart concertos
Three talks on 'process theology,' its principles and prospects 2: The God of Religion and the God of Philosophy by CHARLES HARTSHORNE Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas Austin. U.S.A.
Professor Hartshorne's doctrine of God as finite and relational is a distinctive feature of process theolosy: so. too, is the meaning he gives to the notion of immortality.' tA shortened version of a lecture before the Royal Institute of Philosophy, London, delivered in the autumn of 1967. Process theology—a critical view, by John Hick : Thurs., 9.25 p.m.
Heather Harper (soprano) Patricia Kern
(mezzo-soprano) Anna Reynolds (mezzo-soprano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader. Hugh Bean
0 Conductor, Colin Davis
Given before an invited audience in BBC Studio 1. Maida Vale, London. Requests for tickets for future concerts may be sent to Ticket Unit[address removed] enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
Patricia Kern broadcasts by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Co
Sonata No. 1, in A minor
(Six Wurttemberg Sonatas)
Rondo in E major
(Wq. 58 No. 3)
Sonata in E minor
(Wq. 59 No. 1)
Sonata No. 3, in E major
(Six Prussian Sonatas)
0 played by MALCOLM FRAGER (piano) followed by an interlude at 10.55
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