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Today's time: GTS 8.0 am

: Great Conductors of the Past

Eduard van Beinum conducts the AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW
ORCHESTRA
With HANS HENKEMANS (piano)
Mozart Symphony No 33, in B flat major (K 319)
8.26* Pijper Piano Concerto
8.39* Franck Sommeil de Psyché; Psyche enlevée par les zgphirs; Le jardin d'Eros; Psyche et Eros (Symphonic Poem: Psyche) gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Eduard van Beinum

: News; Weather

: The Saturday Concert

Handel Sonata in E major, Op 1 No 15
LEONID KOGAN (violin) NINA KOGAN (piano)
9.13* Brahms Three Intermezzi, Op 117
EKATERINA NOVICKAIA (piano)
9.25* Schubert Gretchen am Spinnrade
Schumann Der Nussbaum Berg Die Nachtigall
Brahms VergeblichesStändchen EVELYN LEAR (soprano) ERIK WERBA (piano)
9.35* Mozart Symphony No 34, in c major (K 338) SOUTH GERMAN
RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PETER MAAG
9.55* arr Britten The Ash Grove; 0 waly, waly; Come you not from Newcastle
Tchaikovsky In mitten des Balles
EVELYN LEAR (soprano) ERIK WERBA (piano)
10.5* Ravel Piano Concerto in G major 0 MARTHA ARGERICH
SOUTH GERMAN
RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PETER MAAG
10.29* Schumann Song-cycle: Dichterliebe 0 FRITZ WUNDERLICH (tenor) HUBERT GEISEN (piano) (gramophone record)
(Recordings made available by courtesy of Finnish. Yugoslav, Belgian, and South German Radios)

Contributors

Piano: Schubert Gretchen
Conducted By: Peter Maag
Unknown: Martha Argerich
Conducted By: Peter Maag
Tenor: Fritz Wunderlich
Piano: Hubert Geisen

: Record Review

Introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante in E flat major (K 364) for violin, viola, and orchestra by Trevor Harvey; Recent records of chamber and instrumental music: reviewed by Robert Henderson

Contributors

Introduced by: John Lade
Speaker: Trevor Harvey
Reviewer: Robert Henderson

: Jazz Record Requests

introduced by STEVE RACE

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

: Sports Service

Introduced by PETER JONES Produced by JACOB DE VRIES and ANGUS MACKAY
Timings may be altered by events
12.30
Sports Parade
Including your afternoon's weather and previews of the day's racing and football
1.0 News Summary
1.2
Sports Forum
Journalists, sportsmen and commentators discuss questions put by an invited audience. This week the panel includes J. L. MANNING of the London Evening Standard
TERRY NEILL of Arsenal, who is chairman of the Professional Footballers Association RACHEL HEYHOE journalist and captain of the England women's cricket team Chairman PETER WEST
From Reading Cricket and Hockey Club: produced by GEOFF DOBSON
1.48
Behind the Sporting Scenes
The Football Association
The Association rules English football, park-players as well as super-stars, from its head-quarters in London's Lancaster Gate. BRYON BUTLER reports on the game's oldest and most respected national association.
2.10; 2.50; 3.20
Racing at Kempton Park
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY on the 2.15 2,000 Guineas Trial Stakes, over seven furlongs; the 2.55 Rosebery Stakes, a handicap over one mile and a quarter; and the 3.25 Sceptre Stakes, over five furlongs
4.55 Racing results
3.5
Grand National Preview
PETER BROMLEY and ROGER MORTIMER assess the field for next week's race
2.25
Meet Robin Prescott
For the past seven years ex-England International and Oxford Blue ROBIN PRESCOTT has been secretary of the Rugby Football Union. With their centenary season starting this October, he talks to JACOB DE VRIES about his life and work
3.35
Profile of a Cup Finalist BRYON BUTLER visits the London FA Cup Final team to find out what lies behind their success and how they are preparing for Wembley
3.45
Association Football
Commentary by BRYON BUTLER and SIMON SMITH on the second half of one of today's matches. followed by the day's results as they come in 4.48
The Boat Race
Commentary on the final stages of the annual race between Oxford and Cambridge by JOHN SNAGGE , JOHN HINDE , and BRIAN JOHNSTON
(Commentary on the whole race: Radio 4 from 4.30)
5.0
Sports Report
Including classified football results, reports on selected soccer matches, and further news of the afternoon's sport

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Jones
Produced By: Jacob de Vries
Produced By: Angus MacKay
Unknown: J. L. Manning
Unknown: Terry Neill
Unknown: Rachel Heyhoe
Unknown: Peter West
Produced By: Geoff Dobson
Unknown: Bryon Butler
Commentary By: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Peter Bromley
Unknown: Roger Mortimer
Unknown: Robin Prescott
Unknown: Robin Prescott
Unknown: Jacob De Vries
Unknown: Bryon Butler
Commentary By: Bryon Butler
Commentary By: Simon Smith
Unknown: John Snagge
Unknown: John Hinde
Unknown: Brian Johnston

: Mozart

Last of three piano recitals by WALTER KLIEN fantasy in c minor (K 475) Rondo in A minor (K 511) Rondo in D major (K 485)
Sonata in F major (K 533, 494)

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Klien

: Style in Actiner

Sir John Gielgud talks to
MICHAEL ELLIOTT about his work in the theatre, cinema, and TV and also discusses some contemporary actors as we some from we past
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX f

Contributors

Talks: Sir John Gielgud
Unknown: Michael Elliott
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux

: e Handel

Judas Maccabaeus An oratorio (1746) edited by BASIL LAM
TO BACH CHOIR Continue:
HUBERT DAWKES (harpsichord) RICHARD POPPLEWELL (organ) OLGA HEGEDUS (cello)
JOHN WALTON (double-bass) JACQUES ORCHESTRA leader IVOR MCMAHON conducted by DAVID WILLCOCKS
Act 1
(From the Royal Festival Hall, London: a performance jointly promoted by the Bach Choir and the BBC Music Programme and broadcast on 8 September 1968)

Contributors

Unknown: Judas MacCabaeus
Edited By: Basil Lam
Harpsichord: Hubert Dawkes
Harpsichord: Richard Popplewell
Cello: Olga Hegedus
Double-Bass: John Walton
Leader: Ivor McMahon
Conducted By: David Willcocks

: Personal View

Bryan Magee , writer and broadcaster, gives the last of four talks.

Contributors

Unknown: Bryan Magee

: Judas Maccabaeus

Act 2

: Thoughts on Easter

PHILIP TOYNBEE reflects on the meaning of the most important festival in the Christian year

: Judas Maccabaeus

Act 3

: The News

: Closedown









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