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Berlioz Overture: Waverley LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
7.15* Mendelssohn Concerto In
E: JOHN OGDON , BRENDA LUCAS (pianos)
ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
7.45* Franck Symphonic Poem: Les Eolides SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET gramophone records
J. S. Bach Harpsichord Concerto No 1, in D minor (BWV 1052): GEORGE MALCOLM
MENUHIN FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA conducted by YEHUDI MENUHIN
8.27* Telemann Concerto in r
NEVILLE MARRINER , NORMAN NELSON, GERALD JARVIS (violins) ACADEMY OF
ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS directed by NEVILLE MARRINER
8.43* J. C. Bach Symphony in E flat, Op 3 No 3: ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, directed by NEVILLE MARRINER : records
Poetry chosen and read by ROBIN HOLMES.
Ardo avvampo from the Madrigali Guerrieri et Amorosi and madrigals from Book Seven. including Tempro la cetra and Chiome d'oro: records
Chopin Rondo in c major
Lutoslawski Variations on a theme by Paganini Debussy Lindaraja
Music, verse and comment on the summer game compiled and narrated by John Arlott With VALENTINE DYALL, ROBIN HOLMES , JOHN LAWRENSON , COURT-NEY KENNY, THE YETTIES and DAVE GREEN. Producer
DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
medium only the First Test in the Cornhill Series England v Pakistan
Commentary from Edgbaston on the first day's play by John Arlott, Henry Blofeld, Brian Johnston and Don Mosey.
With comments and summaries by Trevor Bailey and Fred Trueman
Close of play summary by Tony Lewis
Scorer Bill Frindall
1.40* The Great Match - England v Pakistan at the Oval, 1954. Christopher Martin-Jenkins looks back at the historic first victory by Pakistan over England - a victory with which the name of Fazal Mahmood is always linked.
2.0* Lunchtime seoreboard
2.8'-6.40 Commentary with teatime and close of play summaries.
A Radio Sport and ob production
The Wider World
6.40 Good Neighbours
In the second of four programmes DAVID HOBMAN looks at some of the needs and opportunities for neighbourly activities in Hampshire and talks to volunteers engaged in this work. and some of the people they're helping.
7.10 Land - A Resource
Eight programmes about our use of the land.
8: Land for Enjoyment
The present demand for recreational land is greater than ever before, but some planners believe the case to be overstated. DOUG CRAWFORD examines the conflicting claims of recreation and other forms of land use.
Series producer MICHAEL TOTTON
leader EDWIN PALING conducted by GARY BERTINI KENNETH BOWEN (tenor) FRANK LLOYD (horn) Part 1
Purcell. orch Britten Chaconne in G minor
Britten Serenade for tenor, horn and strings
John Masefteld , OM (born 1 June 1878, died 12 May 1967; Poet Laureate 1930-1967) reads a short selection from his poetry, including a passage from Reynard the Fox, which has been called the finest English narrative poem of the century. Gramophone records Introduced by Tom Crowe
Part 2 Bruckner
Symphony No 7, in
(A public concert recorded tn the City Hall, Glasgow, on 11 February)
A play for radio without words by Andrew Sachs.
This is an experimental play for radio; an attempt to tell a story in terms of sound alone. There is no dialogue, and no coherent speech, yet the play is a thriller with a straightforward storyline full of action and dramatic tension.
The play was recorded on location using the naturalistic recording techniques of binaural stereo.
With Andrew Sachs as the Man
Other parts played by Graham Ashley, Sean Barrett, Michael Deacon, Blain Fairman, Leonard Fenton, Frances Jeater, Fraser Kerr, Melody Lang, Paul Rosebury, John Rye.
Technical realisation by Lloyd Silverthorne
A Stereo Workshop production
Directed by Glyn Dearman
(The full binaural effect can be achieved by listening through stereo headphones)
Koechlin Nos 1; 2 and 3 of Paysages et Marines (Book 1)
Christopher Headington Sonata No 2 (first broadcast performance)
Koechlin Nos 5 and 4 of Paysages et Marines (Book 1)
Trio-Sonatas and Pavans GOLDSBROUGH ENSEMBLE
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC
ULSAMER COLLEGIUM: records
Non ti accostar all' urna MARGARET PRICE (soprano)
JAMES LOCKHART (piano)