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GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord)
Michael TOURNUS Bernard Escavi
CLAUDE BUHGOS. CLAUDE ROGER gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Tournus
Unknown:
Bernard Escavi
Unknown:
Claude Buhgos.
Unknown:
Claude Roger

England v. New Zealand at The Oval Fifth and final day
Ball-by-ball commentaries by John ARLOTT , ALAN GIBSON NEIL DURDEN-SMITH with comments and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY and W. E. MERRITT
Close-of-play summary by E. W. SWANTON
10.55 a.m. -1.35* p.m. including lunchtime summary
2.10*-4.20* p.m. including teatime summary
4.30*-5.40* or 6.10* p.m.
On Tuesday, when a Test Match is being played, Test Match Special may continue until 6.25 p.m., according to whether an optional half-hour of play is called for. If play finishes before this time, the Music Programme will re-open at any time after 5.40 p.m. 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 finishes early or is abandoned at any time after it has begun, the Music Programme will resume approximately one hour after play ceases.

Contributors

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

PROMENADE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by GlJSBERT NIEUWLAND COLOGNE RADIO Orchestra
Conducted by CURT CREMER
LIGHT ORCHESTRA FROM STUTTGART Conducted by WILLY MATTES
Recordings made available by courtesy of West German Radio and Netherlands Radio Union

Contributors

Conducted By:
Gljsbert Nieuwland
Conducted By:
Curt Cremer
Conducted By:
Willy Mattes

from the Royal Albert Hall London
Zara Nelsova (cello)
BBC Women's Chorus
BBC Symphony Orchestra Led by Bela Dekany
Conductor, Colin Davis
Twentieth-century British Music Part 1

Contributors

Cello:
Zara Nelsova
Conductor:
Bela Dekany
Conductor:
Colin Davis

by ALAN RYAN , Lecturer in Government, University of Essex
The American political scientists of the Eisenhower period thought that they had at last reached an understanding of the workings of the American political system: politics consisted of a bargaining Process between interested parties; as long as there was freedom to organise and to bargain, the system provided harmonious democracy. Then came the riots of the students and the black men. Can the American political scientist, trapped in his earlier framework, say anything useful about these new phenomena?

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Ryan

reading and talking about his own poetry with ALASDAIR CLAYRE
As poet, principal of Black Mountain College, and author of the seminal essay Projective Verse, Charles Olson is a key figure in current American writing. In this programme Alasdair Clayre presents extracts from recordings made at Olson's home in Gloucester, Massachusetts.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alasdair Clayre
Unknown:
Charles Olson
Unknown:
Alasdair Clayre

A story written by PETER HOYLE and read by HUGH BURDEN
' In the waiting room a gas lamp gave a feeble light. At first I had a companion ... I think my abandoned posture must have alarmed her ... Perhaps I made It too obvious I was going nowhere.'

Contributors

Written By:
Peter Hoyle
Read By:
Hugh Burden

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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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More