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† ALEXANDER YOUNG (tenor)
REX STEPHENS (piano)
AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET
Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Raymond Keenslyside (violin) Watson Forbes (viola) Derek Simpson (cello) with ROBIN WOOD (piano)

Contributors

Tenor:
Alexander Young
Piano:
Rex Stephens
Violin:
Sydney Humphreys
Violin:
Raymond Keenslyside
Viola:
Watson Forbes
Cello:
Derek Simpson
Piano:
Robin Wood

Julian Bream (lute)
Each month a well-known artist Is invited to introduce and perform a wide range of his repertoire in weekly recitals.
Dowland
Lachrimae pavane
The King of Denmark's galliard
Forlorne hope fancye Lady Clifton's spirit Fantasia

Christopher Grier looks at some of the outstanding music at events that are taking place in Scotland, Wales, and the West during the next seven days and are not being broadcast.

Contributors

Presenter:
Christopher Grier

A series of forty lessons for listeners with no previous knowledge of the language
Lesson 14
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of PABLO SOTO
Script by Anthony Watson and Edith R. Baer
Produced by EDITH R. BAER
Broadcast on December 30. 1963
Repeated on Saturday at 11.35 a.m. (Home)
Booklet and records are available

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jacinta Castillejo
Script By:
Anthony Watson
Script By:
Edith R. Baer
Produced By:
Edith R. Baer
the air hostess:
Palmira Galluralde
Seflor Alvarez:
Antonio L6pez
Pepe:
Carlos Novi

A series on the ideas central to the major religions practised in the world today, and their influence on the lives of the people who profess them.
The second of two discussions in which
A. BASU, a Hindu,
THE VEN. SAYADAW U THITTILA a Buddhist
A. 1. POLACK, a Jew
FR. MARTIN JARRETT-KERR a Christian and ATTIA HOSAIN, a Muslim examine some ethical and spiritual problems in the light of their own faith
Chairman, ALEC ROBERTSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Alec Robertson

A psychiatric patient
A series of four programmes devoted to unknown people who have a poet's attitude to life
Introduced by PHILIP O'CONNOR
Anonymity covers a host of virtues likely to be unrecognised. A patient in a psychiatric ward attempts to recapture the past and thereby solve the unpleasant present: his poem within anxiously awaits expression.
Produced by DAVID THOMSON
Next programme : January 2S

Contributors

Introduced By:
Philip O'Connor
Produced By:
David Thomson

Belta, poi che t'assentl Mille volte il dl moro
Chiaro risplender suole
O dolce mio tesoro
Ancide sol la morte
Candido e verde flore
Gia piansi nel dolore
Ardita Zanzaretta sung by THE AMBROSIAN CONSORT Patricia Clark (soprano) Ursula Connors (soprano) Jean Allister (contralto) Edgar Fleet (tenor) John Frost (bass)
Directed and introduced by DENIS STEVENS

Contributors

Unknown:
Ardita Zanzaretta
Soprano:
Patricia Clark
Soprano:
Ursula Connors
Contralto:
Jean Allister
Bass:
John Frost
Introduced By:
Denis Stevens

by MICHAEL FOGARTY
Professor of Industrial Relations, University College of South Wales
Given that the general Idea of a national incomes policy now commands widespread support, what are the principles upon which it should be based, and what new machinery is needed for enforcing

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Fogarty

by Daniel Waley
A personal portrait of Frederick II
Holy Roman Emperor and King of Sicily (1194-1250) as he is reflected in the letters, anecdotes, and reminiscences of the men of his time, among them the Italian friar Salimbene, the St. Albans chronicler Matthew Paris, the Scottish astrologer Michael Scott , and the Muslim historian Yafl'i.
Music by ANTONY HOPKINS
Produced by NESTA PAIN
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Daniel Waley
Unknown:
Michael Scott
Music By:
Antony Hopkins
Produced By:
Nesta Pain

Piano Trio in G major, Op. 1
No. 2
Piano Trio in E flat major. Op.
70 No. 2 played by the Trio ROSTAL-CASSADO-SCHRÖTER Max Rostal (violin)
Caspar Cassado (cello) Heinz Schroter (piano)
Second broadcast

Contributors

Violin:
Max Rostal
Cello:
Caspar Cassado
Piano:
Heinz Schroter

Network Three

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