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Brahms
String Quartet in C minor, Op. 51
No.
WELLER QUARTET
Walter Weller (violin) Alfred Staar (violin) Helmut Weis (viola) Ludwiy Beinl (cello)
Intermezzi: E fiat major, Op. 117
No. 1; C major, Op. 119 No. 3 CLIFFORD CURZON (piano) gramophone records

Contributors

Violin:
Walter Weller
Violin:
Alfred Staar
Viola:
Helmut Weis

England v. New Zealand at Lord's
Second day
Ball-by-ball commentaries by John Arlott Alan Gibson
NEIL Durden-Smith with comments and summaries by TREVOR Bailey , W. E. Merkitt
Close-of-play summary by E. W. SWANTON
11.25 a.m. -1.35* p.m. including lunchtime summary
2.10".4.20" p.m. including teatime summary
4.30*-6.37 p.m. including close-of-play summary
*
When a Test Match is being played the normal Music Programme operates on days when it is known at close of play the day before that there will be no play. On days when play is abandoned at any time after it has begun, the Music Programme will resume approximately one hour after play has ceased.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Arlott
Unknown:
Alan Gibson
Unknown:
Neil Durden-Smith
Unknown:
Trevor Bailey
Unknown:
W. E. Merkitt

A new radio play by Jennifer Phillips
with James Bolam and Barbara Mitchell
We think children have strange ideas about grown-ups, but what about our fantasies about them?
The action takes place at night in suburban streets and in Eileen and Terry's home.
To be repeated on Sept. 23
See page 36

Contributors

Writer:
Jennifer Phillips
Producer:
Charles Lefeaux
Eileen:
Barbara Mitchell
Terry:
James Bolam
A Stranger:
Haydn Jones
A Constable:
Hector Ross
Mrs Wilkins:
Kathleen Helme

Ninth of eleven programmes mainly drawn from his chamber and choral works
Three Easy Pieces, for piano duet
8 31' Four Songs, for voice, flute, harp, and guitar
8.36* Concerto for two pianos Susan BRADSHAW (piano)
RICHARD RODNEY Bennett (piano) Jane MANNING (soprano)
JUDITH PEARCE (flute)
JOHN Marson (harp)
Poland HARKER (guitar)

Contributors

Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Piano:
Rodney Bennett
Soprano:
Jane Manning
Flute:
Judith Pearce
Harp:
John Marson

Is it, simply, 'the facts'? Or is news, in part at least, a reflection of the views and values of the people who display it to the public?

Bill Grundy talks to newspapermen, broadcasters, and academic students of communication
including: Asa Briggs, Harold Evans, Tim Hewat, Brian Inglis, Derek Jewell, Anthony Lewis, Brian Redhead, Vernon Richards, Colin Seymour-Ure, Desmond Taylor, Malcolm Wwarner, Harry Whewell, John Whiting

Bill Grundy, television and radio commentator, writes regularly in the Spectator about the Press.

(Second broadcast)
See page 36

Contributors

Presenter:
Bill Grundy
Interviewee:
Brian Inglis
Interviewee:
Harold Evans
Interviewee:
Tim Hewat
Interviewee:
Brian Inglis
Interviewee:
Derek Jewell
Interviewee:
Anthony Lewis
Interviewee:
Brian Redhead
Interviewee:
Vernon Richards
Interviewee:
Colin Seymour-Ure
Interviewee:
Desmond Taylor
Interviewee:
Malcolm Warner
Interviewee:
Harry Whewell
Interviewee:
John Whiting
Producer:
Daniel Snowman

SOUTH-WEST GERMAN Chamber ORCHESTRA
Leader, Gyiirgy Terebesi
Conductor, THOMAS UNGAR
Concertos (L'estro armonico)
No. 2. in G minor: No. 3, in G major: No. 9, in D major: No. 6, in A minor; No. 12, in major followed by an interlude at 10.50

Contributors

Leader:
Gyiirgy Terebesi

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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