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ALFREDO CAMPOLI (violin) DEREK Collier (violin)
Strings of the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, John Georgiadis
Conducted by MALCOLM ARNOLD
Broadcast on December 28. 1965

Contributors

Violin:
Alfredo Campoli
Violin:
Derek Collier
Leader:
John Georgiadis
Conducted By:
Malcolm Arnold

for British and Commonwealth
Duos and Trios
Second prizewinners in the Cello and Piano section
The SANSOM-CONCI Dro Marilyn Sansom (cello) Noretta Conci (piano)
Recorded during the first stage of the competition at Dartington Hall. Devon
Second in a weekly series

Contributors

Cello:
Marilyn Sansom
Piano:
Noretta Conci

PAMELA BROGDEN (soprano)
Tom BROMLEY (pianoO
BIRMINGHAM WIND PLAYERS Anthony Moroney (flute) Robin Miller (oboe) John Fuest (clarinet)
Frank Allen (bass-clarinet) Nicholas Hunka (bassoon) Kenneth Cordingley (horn) Aian Whitehead (trumpet)

Contributors

Soprano:
Pamela Brogden
Pianoo:
Tom Bromley
Flute:
Anthony Moroney
Oboe:
Robin Miller
Clarinet:
John Fuest
Bass-Clarinet:
Frank Allen
Bassoon:
Nicholas Hunka
Horn:
Kenneth Cordingley
Horn:
Aian Whitehead

AMADEUS STRING Quartet Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
ROGER SMALLEY (piano)
TRISTAN FRY (percussion)
A Third Programme Invitation
Concert broadcast on December 19. 1967

Contributors

Violin:
Norbert Brainin
Viola:
Peter Schidlof
Cello:
Martin Lovett
Piano:
Roger Smalley

Four talks on chemicals that change behaviour and personality.
3: Amphetamines by DR. J. D. P. GRAHAM
Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff
Stimulants such as the amphetamines have rather limited medical use. but overlaying this legitimate usage there is the vast misuse of these chemicals by two large groups-overweight women and misguided adolescents. Dr. Graham suggests both groups are ' living ' now and paying later.
Dr. Steven Rose on Can drugs change one's mindf: May 15

June 18, 1815 by Eric Ewens
While the future of Europe was being decided at Waterloo, people both there and elsewhere were occupied with smaller concerns
Readers: PAULINE LETTS
JOHN BENTLEY , WILFRID CARTER
MICHAEL DEACON , TRADER FAULKNER HECTOR Ross , JAMES THOMASON RALPH TRUMAN , ROYCE MILLS
Produced by Christopher Holme
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Ewens
Readers:
Pauline Letts
Readers:
John Bentley
Unknown:
Wilfrid Carter
Unknown:
Michael Deacon
Unknown:
Faulkner Hector Ross
Unknown:
James Thomason
Unknown:
Ralph Truman
Produced By:
Christopher Holme

by Geoffrey Chaucer
Written between 1382 and 1387 The third of twelve weekly dramatised readings from the new English translation by PROFESSOR NEVILL COGHILL
Marius Goring as Chaucer ALEXANDER JOHN as Troilus ELIZABETH MORGAN as Criseyde GABRIEL WOOLF as Pandarus
MARJORIE WESTBURY as Antigone
Produced by Raymond Raikes 0
Fourth reading; May 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Chaucer
Translation By:
Professor Nevill Coghill
Translation By:
Marius Goring
Unknown:
Chaucer Alexander John
Unknown:
Troilus Elizabeth Morgan
Unknown:
Criseyde Gabriel Woolf
Produced By:
Raymond Raikes

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