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@ Haydn
Overture: Armida
LITTLE ORCHESTRA OF LONDON Conductor, LESLIE JONES
9.10* Symphony No. 90, in C major
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
9.36* Offertorium in D minor
(Insanae et vanae curae)
CHOIR OF
KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by DAVID WILLCOCKS gramophone records

Contributors

Conductor:
Leslie Jones
Conducted By:
Ernest Ansermet
Conducted By:
David Willcocks

First of twelve weekly programmes to include all his mature piano sonatas, many of the impromptus and smaller works, and some of the masterpieces for piano duet
Fantasy-Sonata in G major (D.894) Sixteen German Dances (D.783) played by PETER WALLFISCH
Next Monday, same time: Sonatas m B major and A minor (D.7M) Uohn Barstow)

Contributors

Played By:
Peter Wallfisch

A series of 21 programmes for adults taking the G.C.E. A-level examination in English, planned in association with a National Extension College correspondence course
1 : Towards the Twentieth Century
Radio Tutor: DAVID GRUGEON
Script-writer, Emmeline Garnett
Produced by Peggy Bacon
Repeated: Saturday at 11.0 a.m. (Radio 4)
Details of the correspondence course can be obtained from The National Extension College. Shaftesbury Road. Cambridge

Contributors

Unknown:
David Grugeon
Script-Writer:
Emmeline Garnett
Produced By:
Peggy Bacon

A beginners' course planned jointly by the BBC and the University of Essex primarily for use in evening classes throughout the country
Lesson One
Written by L. M. O'Toole
P. T. Culhane. and P. S. Mirsky of the University of Essex
Given by L. M. O'TOOLE. MARINA RYAN LYUBOV VOLOSSEVICH VICTOR GREGORIY and ALEXEI JAVDOKIMOV
Produced by Dennis Simmons
Repeated: Friday at 6.30 p.m. (Study)
A booklet is available: for details see page 6

Contributors

Written By:
L. M. O'Toole
Written By:
P. T. Culhane.
Written By:
P. S. Mirsky
Unknown:
L. M. O'Toole.
Unknown:
Marina Ryan
Unknown:
Lyubov Volossevich
Unknown:
Victor Gregoriy
Unknown:
Alexei Javdokimov
Produced By:
Dennis Simmons

A series of six programmes
1: Europe Transformedby ASA BRIGGS
Professor of History in the University of Sussex
The phrase ' total war ' was coined by German military theorists before the outbreak of the first world war. But they had only a limited Idea of what would be the far-reaching consequences of twentieth-century war on the inherited social and political framework of Europe. or on its ways of life and thought.
Produced by Adrian Johnson Soviet Russia and War: Tuesday. October 10, at 6.30 p.m.

Contributors

Produced By:
Adrian Johnson Soviet Russia

A series of six programmes
1: Into cleanness leaping
War poetry reflecting changing attitudes of idealism and chivalry
Speaker. VERNON SCANNELL with contributions by EDMUND BLUNDEN. CHARLES CAUSLEY Roy FULLER
Poems read by GARY WATSON and DOUGLAS LEACH
Produced by Edith R. Baer
Satirical war poetry: Tuesday, October 10, at 7.0 p.m.
Study notes are available: for details see page 6

Contributors

Unknown:
Vernon Scannell
Unknown:
Edmund Blunden.
Unknown:
Causley Roy
Read By:
Gary Watson
Read By:
Douglas Leach
Produced By:
Edith R. Baer

Three talks on international relations and language revolution
1: Conservative Words by CHARLES OSGOOD
Professor of Psycholinguistlcs and Communications Research, University of Illinois
Words are selective in what they emphasise and tone down. They are also formed by the experiences of the past. Hence, the tendency to have a language gap between present realities and our words for them. This gap can be dangerous.
Radical Sentences: October 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Osgood

A sequence of poems by Randall Swingler who died shortly after completing it. Reader, Hugh Dickson with an introduction recorded by the poet, followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Author:
Randall Swingler
Reader:
Hugh Dickson

BBC Radio 3

About BBC Radio 3

Live music and the arts: broadcasts more live music than any other radio network. Classical music is its core. Genres include world and new music, jazz, speech and drama.

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