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Glinka Spanish Overture No 2 (Summer Night in Madrid) USSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by EVGENY SVETLANOV Rachmaninov Suite No 2, for two pianos
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY ANDRE PREVIN
Prokofiev Symphony No 1, In D (Classical)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRE PREVIN gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Evgeny Svetlanov
Conducted By:
Andre Previn

Edited and introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Barfeok's Piano Concerto No 3, by STEPHEN WALSH.
Recent records reviewed by ALAN BLYTH.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Lade
Unknown:
Stephen Walsh.
Reviewed By:
Alan Blyth.
Producer:
Arthur Johnson

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The Third Test in the Cornhill series England v Pakistan at Headingley
Commentary on the third day's play
1.35* News
1.46* Herbert Sutcliffe, one of the greatest English opening batsmen of all time, died in January, aged 83. From Headingley, where his permanent memorial stands as 'The Sutcliffe Gates', men who knew him and played alongside him join in tribute to a great Yorkshireman.
Introduced by Don Mosey
2.0 Lunchtime scoreboard
2.10.-6.40 Commentary with teatime and close-of-play summaries

Contributors

Unknown:
Herbert Sutcliffe
Introduced By:
Don Mosey

Lanning Roper , landscape designer, contributor to Country Life and author of the Sunday Times Gardening Book, gives the fourth in a series of monthly talks by distinguished gardening writers. BBC Bristol (S August: Beth Chatto )

Contributors

Unknown:
Lanning Roper
Unknown:
Beth Chatto

An opera in three scenes
Music by Lennox Berkeley Libretto by ERIC CROZIER
Based on the Old Testament story
Narrator RONALD HARVI BBC NORTHERN SINGERS
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, leader REGINALD sTEAD conducted by STEUART BEDFORD (First broadcast in 1968)

Contributors

Music By:
Lennox Berkeley
Unknown:
Eric Crozier
Narrator:
Ronald Harvi
Leader:
Reginald Stead
Conducted By:
Steuart Bedford

Voltaire and Rousseau died 200 years ago in the summer of 1778. In spite of his cynic-ism about human nature. Voltaire epitomised the Enlightenment belief that ignorance and superstition could be overwhelmed by human reason. And Rousseau, in spite of his egotism and paranoia, suggested that the individual human spirit could be liberated by collective social optimism.
JOHN WEIGHTMAN , DOUGLAS JOHN SON, NORMAN HAMPSON and RICHARD COBB suggest some ways of seeing Voltaire and Rousseau as men of the 18th century and as political and intellectual influences on our own times. with CYRIL SHAPS as Voltaire TIMOTHY BATESON as Rousseau Compiled and presented by JOHN riCKFORD Producer
BOB AXWORTHY (First broadcast on BBC World Service) (A Man in All the Truth of Nature, the life and times of Rousseau, R4 Sun 10.15 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
John Weightman
Unknown:
Douglas John
Unknown:
Norman Hampson
Unknown:
Cyril Shaps
Unknown:
Voltaire Timothy Bateson
Presented By:
John Rickford
Unknown:
Bob Axworthy

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What made him unique? What was the Stokowski sound - and how did he achieve it? An analytical look at a conductor who brought classical music to the masses: who. paradoxically, lost jobs because of his insistence on performing avantgarde music of his own time.
John Amis introduces records, and the speaking voices of Bernard Herrmann , Neville Marriner and Stokowski himself. Producer RAY ABBOTT

Contributors

Introduces:
John Amis
Unknown:
Bernard Herrmann
Unknown:
Neville Marriner
Producer:
Ray Abbott

Few so-called folk-rock bands have achieved music so varied, so inventive and so good as that of the ALBION BAND in their recent album, Rise Up Like the Sun. Derek Jewell plays extensively from the record, together with music by CAMEL. KRAFTWERK. QUINCY JONES and the BOSTON pops ORCHESTRA: records

Contributors

Unknown:
Derek Jewell

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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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