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: News; Weather

Time:GTs70am

: Morning Concert

Mo:art Overture: The Magic Fiute
VtENNAPHtLHARMONtC ORCHESTRA Conducted bVKARLBOHM
7.1!* BacftVio)in Concerto int HENRYKSZfRYNG who a)so directs the COLLEGtUMMUStCUMWtNTERTHUR
7.32* Haydn Symphony No 84 ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN BAVts

Contributors

Conducted By: Colin Bavts

: News; Weather

Aforntno Concert.' part 2
8.SRmsjnt Overture: La < erento]a:pH!LHARMONtA
ORCHESTRA, conducted by CARLOMARtAGtUHNI
8.14* Spuhr Ciarinet Concerto Nol:GERVASECEPEYER
LON CON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVts
S.35* AffMnfyer Ba))et: Les deux Pigeons: COVENT GARDEN OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Colin Davts
Conducted By: Charles MacKerras

: News; Weather

: This Week's Composers Faur6 and Roussel

Romsct Symphonic Fragments: Lefestindeiaraignee
PAR!S CONSERYATOtRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANDRECLUYTENS
9.24* Fauré Suite: Masques et bergamasques
SUfSSE ROMANCE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet

: Talking about Music

(Sunday's broadcast)

: Music for Strings

LONDON STUDiOSTRtNGS conducted by NtCHOLAS BRAtTHWAITE
Mozart DivertimentoinD(K 136) Dporatc Serenade in E

Contributors

Conducted By: Ntcholas Bratthwaite

: Hindemith

Concert Music, for ptano, brass, andtwoharps
BERNARD ROBERTS (pianO) SYMPHONtAE SACRAE BRASS ENSEMBLE With
SKAILA KANGA (harp)
HANNAH FRANCIS (harp) conducted by PETER GELLHORN

Contributors

Piano: Bernard Roberts
Harp: Skaila Kanga
Harp: Hannah Francis
Conducted By: Peter Gellhorn

: Test Match Special: England v Pakistan

Second Test Match at Lord's
Fourth day
Ball-by-ball commentaries
1.35* 1.40' News
1.50-1.55 Lunchtime Scoreboard

: Study on 3

More than Learning aSkiIl....
3: You can <ate a horse to water
Good resutts can often be achieved through project work. But how can the problems ot timetabhngand extra worktoadon the teacher be tackted? Is team teaching the answer? How effective are residential courses?*
An enquiry by ALLAN KtNGSBCRY , with contributions from teachers and students.
Produced by EDtTH R. BAER

Contributors

Unknown: Allan Ktngsbcry
Produced By: Edtth R. Baer

: A Language in Your Briefcase

A guide to selling abroad
16: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
How does trading with these countries differ from trading with the West? And how should the exporter approach them? Negotiating with State Trading Organisations, contracts, finance and industrial co-operation - these are vital factors which the exporter should consider.
Introduced by HENRY DESCHAMPSNEUFS , Chairman of the Institute of Export Written by DOUGLAS TOOKEY of Ashridge Management College Produced by DAVID TURPIN

Contributors

Introduced By: Henry Deschampsneufs
Written By: Douglas Tookey
Produced By: David Turpin

: Rubbra's Symphonies

The fourth of seven programmes in which all the symphonies will be performed Part 1
Vaughan Williams Suite: The Wasps
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
8.5* Rubbro Piano Concerto in G major: DENIS MATTHEWS BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult
Unknown: Denis Matthews
Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: * James I and his Parliaments

by JOEL HURSTFIELD , Astor Professor of English History at University College, London
Wallace Notestein died in 1969, leaving behind the typescript of his book The House of Commons, 1604-1610. This is now published, and Professor Hurstfield considers the book, as well as the contribution of this distinguished American historian to the study of English history,

Contributors

Unknown: Joel Hurstfield

: * Rubbra

Part 2
Symphony No 5
HALLÉ ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI gramophone records
(29 June: Symphony No 6)

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir John Barbirolli

: Molecules in Space and the Origins of Life

by LESLIE ORGEL
Molecules that chemists have thought likely to have played a biological role on the primitive earth are now being found in large amounts in outer space.
Dr Orgel, from the Salk Insti tute, California, emphasises the relevance of these new discoveries to older work on the origins of life,

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Orgel
Unknown: Salk Insti

: Boulez and Bach

Boulez Sonatine
10.11* Bach Sonata No 1, In B minor (s 1030)
JUDITH PEARCE (flute)
RONALD LUMSDEN (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Boulez Sonatine
Flute: Judith Pearce
Piano: Ronald Lumsden

: Poetry Now

GEORGE MACBETH Introduces new poems by KINGSLEY AMIS, D. M. BLACK,
MARTIN BOOTH, PATRICK GALVIN, GARY GEDDES, MICHAEL JOHNSON and WILLIAM MONTGOMERIE read by the authors themselves

Contributors

Unknown: Kingsley Amis
Unknown: D. M. Black
Unknown: Martin Booth
Unknown: Patrick Galvin
Unknown: Gary Geddes
Unknown: Michael Johnson
Unknown: William Montgomerie

: Jazz in Britain

ALAN TWELFTREE introduces music by The Spontaneous Music Ensemble
JOHN STEVENS , TREVOR WATTS
JULIE DRISCOLL and RON HERMAN Produced by JOHN F. MUIR

Contributors

Introduces: Alan Twelftree
Unknown: John Stevens
Unknown: Trevor Watts
Unknown: Julie Driscoll
Unknown: Ron Herman
Produced By: John F. Muir

: News Summary

: Closedown









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