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Bruckner Overture in G minor
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ELYAKUM SHAPPIRRA
7.18* Mozart Piano Concerto No 17, in G (K 453)
ALFRED BRENDEL , ACADEMY OF ST MARTlN-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
7.49* Tchaikovsky Symphonic Poem: The Voyevode: NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TON dc, conducted by ANTAL DORATI : records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Elyakum Shappirra
Unknown:
Alfred Brendel
Conducted By:
Neville Marriner
Conducted By:
Antal Dorati

Leopold Mozart Concerto in E flat, for two horns and string orchestra: HERMANN BAUMANN
MAHIR CAKAR , CONCERTO AMSTERDAM, conducted by JAAP SCHRÖDER
8.17* Michael Haydn String Quintet in G
VIENNA PHILHARMONIA QUINTET
8.42* C. P. E. Bach Sinfonia In D (Wq 183 No 1): ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, directed by RAYMOND LEPPARD (harpsichord) gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Hermann Baumann
Unknown:
Mahir Cakar
Conducted By:
Jaap Schröder
Conducted By:
Michael Haydn
Directed By:
Raymond Leppard

Two symphonies composed at the ages of 78 and 89, performed by youthful orchestras. No 10 (1954): LEICESTERSHIRE SCHOOLS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by JAMES LOUGHRAN (gramophone record)
No 23 (1965) (first performance) ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD GOODMAN (Recording made available by the University of Illinois)

Contributors

Conducted By:
James Loughran
Conducted By:
Bernard Goodman

JOAN DICKSON (cello)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR direct from the City Hall, Cardiff. before an invited audience Beethoven Overture: Leonora No 1
12.26* Dohnanyi Concertstiick in d, for cello and orchestra

Contributors

Cello:
Joan Dickson
Conducted By:
Norman Del Mar
Unknown:
Dohnanyi Concertstiick

Alan Blank Rotation (first performance in this country) SUSAN BRADSHAW (piano)
Charles Dodge Extensions, for trumpet and tape (first performance in this country)
RONALD K. ANDERSON (trumpet)
Giles Swayne Canto III: Lady Rumbold's Tune (first performance): Berio Sequenza IV SUSAN BRADSHAW
Justin Connolly Tesserae D, for trumpet and tape (first broadcast performance in this country: RONALD K. ANDERSON

Contributors

Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Unknown:
Ronald K. Anderson
Unknown:
Giles Swayne Canto
Unknown:
Susan Bradshaw
Unknown:
Justin Connolly Tesserae
Unknown:
Ronald K. Anderson

6.30 Living Decisions in Family and Community
Introducing Living Decisions.
DEREK GAINS, the radio counsellor, introduces the course that starts again next week and talks to some of the students who tackled Living Decisions last year.
Dramatisations by PETER KING , produced by DICKON REED
Series producer CHRIS LONGLEY (Rptd, Sun, 3.30 pm, R4 VHF)
Books 1 and 2, 80p each from bookshops
7.0 Eminently Victorian People and Opinions 9: Samuel Smites by JOHN F. C. HARRISON , PrOfessor of History at the University of Sussex

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter King
Produced By:
Dickon Reed
Producer:
Chris Longley
Unknown:
Samuel Smites
Unknown:
John F. C. Harrison

Bye Bye Blues by JAMES SAUNDERS
This circular ' and metaphysical work concerns the nature of coincidence. Three couples debate the meaning of their personal relationships against the backcloth of a road accident.
Cast in order of speaking:
Producer RICHARD WORTLEY
This play was originally written for (he Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, in 1973 followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
James Saunders
Producer:
Richard Wortley
Woman 1:
Elizabeth Proud
Woman 2:
Kate Coleridge
Man 2:
Jon Rollason
Woman 3:
Barbara Jefford
Man 3:
Denys Hawthorne
Man 1:
Peter Pacey

1591-1674
The 17th century poet Robert Herrick was a great favourite with the late Victorians and his reputation is now rising again after a period of eclipse. GEORGE SCOTT. the author of a recent biography of Herrick. introduces a selection of his poems both well known and less familiar.
Readers ELIZABETH PROUD and GARY WATSON
Producer GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Herrick
Unknown:
George Scott.
Unknown:
Gary Watson
Producer:
George MacBeth

The second of three programmes of music by Egon Wellesz, prepared with the collaboration of the composer, to represent his middle period in the field of chamber music and songs.
Introduced by WILFRID MELLERS The leaden echo and the golden echo: NOELLE BARKER i soprano) LEVON CHILINCIRIAN (Violin) GEORGINA DOBRÉE (clarinet) ROHAN DE SARAM (Cello) PETER DICKINSON (piano) On Time. Op 63
ROBIN FAIRHURST (baritone) PETER DICKINSON (piano)
Quartet No 5, in G minor, Op 60
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET

Contributors

Introduced By:
Wilfrid Mellers
Unknown:
Noelle Barker
Violin:
Levon Chilincirian
Piano:
Peter Dickinson
Piano:
Peter Dickinson

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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