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: Election Results

Full classified overnight results
For easy reference. Radio 3 offers this special service of all the overnight election results. broadcast in alphabetical order and divided into approximate time-sequences. Listeners wishing to know particular results can thus tell roughly when they will be coming up. While unavoidably a particular sequence may run beyond its time allotment, for listeners' convenience none will start before the times given.
7.0 News; Weather
7.5 Constituencies A-B
7.30 Constituencies C-E
8.0 News; Weather
8.5 Constituencies F-H
8.30 Constituencies I-N
9.0 News; Weather
9.5 Constituencies O-Sp
9.30 Constituencies St-Y
Newsreaders PETER BARKER
PATRICIA HUGHES , JOHN HOLMSTROM Who Rules Britain? is on Radio 4 from 10.45 am
Election Guide: pages 13-18

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Barker
Unknown: Patricia Hughes
Unknown: John Holmstrom

: Invitation Recital

Studio One Concert from Edinburgh before an invited audience PATRICIA MCMAHON (soprano) MICHAEL THOMPSON (horn) JACK KEANEY (piano)
Wilma Paterson Edge (first performance)
Arthur Oldham The Commandment of Love

Contributors

Soprano: Patricia McMahon
Horn: Michael Thompson
Piano: Jack Keaney
Piano: Wilma Paterson Edge
Unknown: Arthur Oldham

: Music from Farnham Castle

ROGERS COVEY-CRUMP (tenor) TILFORD FESTIVAL CONSORT
TILFORD FESTIVAL ENSEMBLE conductor DENYS DARLOW
Handel Trio-Sonata in G minor. Op 2 No 6: German Arias: Das zitternde Glanzen; Susse Stille, sanfte Quelle; Singe, Seele, Gott zum Preise; Trio-Sonata in c minor. Op 2 No la: German Arias: Meine Seele hort im Sehen; In den angenehmen Biischen
Sweelinck Venite exultemus; Magnificat: Madrigals: Ell'est a vous; Pourquoy tournez vous Handel Chandos Anthem No 6: As pants the hart
(A public concert given in the Great Hall of Farnham Castle on 6 April)

Contributors

Conductor: Denys Darlow
Unknown: Farnham Castle

: Midday Prom

MICHAEL ROLL (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. led by CLIFFORD KNOWLES conducted by ERICH SCHMID
Haydn Symphony No 97, in c major
12.34* Stravinsky Concerto for piano and wind instruments

Contributors

Unknown: Clifford Knowles
Conducted By: Erich Schmid
Conducted By: Haydn Symphony

: News

Weather

: Playbill

A personal preview by PETER BARKER of some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Barker

: Midday Prom

Part 2 Roussel
Symphony No 4, in A major (Given before an invited audience in the City Hall, Sheffield)

: Beethoven, Brahms and Bartok

GYORGY PAUK (violin) PETER FRANKL Ipiano) Part 1
Beethoven Sonata in D, Op 12 No 1
Brahms Sonata No 2. in A

Contributors

Violin: Gyorgy Pauk

: Serendipity

TONY RUSSELL introduces an interlude . of music played on folk instruments
1: The Hurdy-Gurdy gramophone records

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Russell

: * Recital

Part 2 Bartok Sonata No 1
(A Celebrity Recital given In October 1973 in the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham)

: Inaugurating an Organ

by GERAINT JONKS
The first recital given on the new organ by Orgelbau Gregor Hradetzky of Krems, Austria. in the Collegiate Church of St Andrews on 21 April Georg Muffat Toccata vij
Freseobaldi Toccata per L'Elevazione; Bergamasca
Couperin Gloria (Messe pour les paroisses)

Contributors

Unknown: Geraint Jonks
Unknown: Orgelbau Gregor
Unknown: Georg Muffat Toccata

: Composer's Portrait

Nicola LeFanu
A series in which British composers talk about their work. Variations for oboe quartet LONDON OBOE QUARTET But stars remaining
JANE MANNING i soprano) Chiaroscuro
PETER PETTINGER (piano)
Rondeaux (first broadcast performance in this country) PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) ANTHONY HALSTEAD (horn)

Contributors

Unknown: Nicola Lefanu
Tenor: Philip Langridge

: Pied Piper

with David Munrow
Famous horn concertos by Mozart and Strauss
Guest Alan Civil, who talks about his career as a horn player and some of the most testing solos he has to play.

: Homeward Bound

A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.

: News

Weather:

: Homeward Bound

(continued)

: Study on 3

6.30 Tal como es

7.0 pm It's Catching
This week Nick Hughes finds out what to do with children (whether you like or dislike them) and discusses them with guest Harold Williamson. Topics include junior auto-cross, adventure playgrounds and what it would be like to go back to school.

Contributors

Presenter ("It's Catching"): Nick Hughes
Guest ("It's Catching"): Harold Williamson
Edited and Produced by ("It's Catching"): David Epps

: Bruckner

Symphony No 7, in E major
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by EUGEN JOCHUM
(Austrian Radio recording from this year's Vienna Festival)

Contributors

Conducted By: Eugen Jochum

: Anne Waldman

The young American poet Anne Waldman is already well known as an anthologist and organiser of poetry readings at St Mark's Church in-the-Bowery in New York City: Her work is very central to the development of the New York school of poets influenced by John O'Hara and Kenneth Koch , and its freshness, energy and range have been widely praised. Tonight she discusses and reads some of her work in conversation with George MacBeth. followed by an interlude

Contributors

Poet: Anne Waldman
Interviewer: George MacBeth

: Music Now

Introduced by John Amis This week:
Who Pans for Music,: an investigation of musical patronage Producers DENYS GUEROULT and NATALIE WHEEN

Contributors

Introduced By: John Amis
Producers: Denys Gueroult
Producers: Natalie Wheen

: Byrd

ST CLEMENT DANES CHORALE conductor MARTINDALE SIDWELL Nobis datus. nobis natus; Tribulationes ciyitatum; Alleluia, quae lucescit: Haec Dies; Beati mundo corde; Vigilate; Beata Virgo; Gaudeamus omnes in Domino

Contributors

Unknown: St Clement Danes

: News

Weather:

: Closedown









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