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Listeners' record requests Copland Quiet'City CELIA NICKLIN (cor anglais) MICHAEL LAIRD (trumpet) ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
7.13* Schubert Three Heroic Marches (D 602) ANTONIO BALLISTA and BRUNO CANINO (piano duet)
7.36* Bizet L'Arlésienne: Suite No 2 BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
8.0 News
8.5 Your Midweek Choice Part 2 Ravel Bolero NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ
8.29* Geoffrey Burgon Nunc Dimittis PAUL PHOENIX (treble) JAMES WATSON (trumpet) JOHN SCOTT (organ) ensemble conducted by BARRY ROSE
8.23* Glazunov Symphony No 7, in MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by VLADIMIR FEDOSEYEV

Contributors

Unknown:
Celia Nicklin
Unknown:
Michael Laird
Conducted By:
Neville Marriner
Unknown:
Antonio Ballista
Piano:
Bruno Canino
Conducted By:
Herbert von Karajan
Conducted By:
Pierre Boulez
Conducted By:
Geoffrey Burgon
Unknown:
Paul Phoenix
Unknown:
James Watson
Unknown:
John Scott
Conducted By:
Barry Rose
Conducted By:
Vladimir Fedoseyev

played by Paul Morgan in Exeter Cathedral Bach Prelude and Fugue in c major (bwv 545) Haydn Three pieces for mechanical clock (Nos 13, 4 and 32 published by Nagel) Rcger Sonata No 2, in D minor, Op 60 BBC Bristol

Contributors

Played By:
Paul Morgan

EMMA KIRKBY (soprano) PAUL ELLIOTT (tenor)
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY CHAMBER CHOIR director Richard Marlow ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC leader CATHERINE MACKINTOSH , directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD

Music for Alceste

12.10* Interval Reading

12.15* Handel
Part 2: Water Music
(A concert given in July in Lavenham Church, Suffolk)
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Soprano:
Emma Kirkby
Tenor:
Paul Elliott
Director:
Richard Mariow
Leader:
Catherine MacKintosh
Directed By:
Christopher Hogwood

A weekly series of recitals given by artists of the youngergeneration.
Linda Finnie (contralto) with Paul Hamburger (piano) Brahms Die Mainacht: Nachtigall: Sapphische Ode; Von ewiger Liebe
Robin Holloway Song-cycle: Author of Light (first uk broadcast)
Sibelius Der Traum : Fruhling schwindet; An den Abend: Schilfrohr, sausle: Der Diamant im Marzenschnee; Schwarze Rosen
(Given before a studio audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Tickets available from the Ticket Unit, BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW)

Contributors

Contralto:
Linda Finnie
Piano:
Paul Hamburger
Unknown:
Sibelius Der Traum
Unknown:
Schwarze Rosen

The Passacaglia in G minor by Handel, arranged for violin and viola by Johan Halvorsen , played by Aubrey Mur phy and Sophie Renshaw. both 14, and music for piano by Malcolm Sin ger, played by John Henry , aged 16.

Contributors

Unknown:
Johan Halvorsen
Played By:
Aubrey Mur
Played By:
Sophie Renshaw.
Unknown:
Malcolm Sin
Played By:
John Henry

Presented by Jack Brymer ' One-Work ' Composers
Senaille, Godard, Litolff and Rubinstein are among composers represented by the single works which have won them a slice of immortality: records

Contributors

Presented By:
Jack Brymer

Since the mid-1960s surgery to modify mood and behaviour has drawn considerable criticism, not merely of a medical-technical nature. Some have portrayed it as a step towards mind control of populations. others as a dangerous infringement of the civil liberties of individuals. Against these criticisms, there are the counterclaims of doctors who argue that psychosurgery may bring relief to people suffering intolerable distress.
Ian Kennedy , Reader in Law and Executive Director of the Centre of Law, Medicine and Ethics at King's College, London. talked to the advocates and adversaries of psychosurgery and presents their respective arguments.
The case for: DR WILLIAM SWEET, Chief of Neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital: DR THOMAS BALLANTINE. MaSSachusetts General Hospital: DR HUGH FREEMAN , Consultant Psychiatrist; and R. A. c. JONES, Neurosurgeon, Hope Hospital. Salford.
8.15* Interval Music
8.25* Surgery on the Mind The case against: DR NOEL DILLY , Professor of Structural Biology, St George's Hospital Medical School. London; DR PETER BREGGIN. Psychiatrist: GABE KAIMO witz, Staff Attorney. Michigan Legal Services Assistance Program.
In conclusion Ian Ken nedy assesses some of the major issues with Dr Colin Blakemore, Professor of Physiology at Oxford University and 1976 BBC Reith Lecturer.
Producer DAVID PATERSON

Contributors

Reader:
Ian Kennedy
Unknown:
Dr Thomas Ballantine.
Unknown:
Dr Hugh Freeman
Unknown:
R. A. C. Jones,
Unknown:
Dr Noel Dilly
Unknown:
Dr Peter Breggin.
Unknown:
Gabe Kaimo
Unknown:
Ian Ken
Producer:
David Paterson

Stth Anniversary Concert BOSWITRA TREXLER (SOp) HERMANN HÄRNEL (bar)
HERMANN CHRISTIAN POLSTER (bass)
GERD GÜTSCHOW (speaker) FRIEDRELM EBERLE (speaker) LEIPZIG RADIO CHOIR AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by HORST NEUMANN
Katzer Sonata No 1, for orchestra
Eisler German Symphony, Op 66 (West German Radio recording)

Contributors

Bass:
Christian Polster
Conducted By:
Horst Neumann

A short -story by HEINRICH VON KLEIST , translated by DAVID LUKE and NIGEL REEVES.
An Italian marquis causes the death of a beggarwoman who stays at his castle. The spirit of the dead woman takes a macabrerevenge....
Reader Robert Lang
Producer ANTHONY vivis

Contributors

Story By:
Heinrich Von Kleist
Translated By:
David Luke
Translated By:
Nigel Reeves.
Reader:
Robert Lang
Producer:
Anthony Vivis

BBC Radio 3

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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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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