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conducts the tBBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Leader, Arthur Leavins
In music from the operetta* of Offenbach, with Joyce BLACKHAM (mezzo-soprano) KENNETH BOWEN (tenor) and THE AMBROSIAN SINGERS
The programme Includes music from The Tales of Hoffmann, La Belle Heline, and La Vie Parisienne
Joyce Blackham broadcasts by permission of Sadler's WeUs Opera Company

Contributors

Leader:
Arthur Leavins
Mezzo-Soprano:
Joyce Blackham
Tenor:
Kenneth Bowen
Unknown:
Joyce Blackham

Chamber Music at the Proms-1
MAGDA LASZLO (soprano)
DOUGLAS WHITTAKER ( flute) COLIN BRADBURY (clarinet)
GEOFFREY GAMBOLD (bassoon)
WILLIAM WATERHOUSE (bassoon) WILLIAM OVERTON (trumpet) IAN MACKINTOSH (trumpet)
ALFRED FLASZYNSKI (trombone) GEOFFREY LINDON (bass-trombone)
MICHAEL ROLL (piano)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Sir MALCOLM SARGENT
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano:
Magda Laszlo
Flute:
Douglas Whittaker
Clarinet:
Colin Bradbury
Bassoon:
Geoffrey Gambold
Bassoon:
William Waterhouse
Bassoon:
William Overton
Unknown:
Ian MacKintosh
Unknown:
Alfred Flaszynski
Bass-Trombone:
Geoffrey Lindon
Piano:
Michael Roll
Leader:
Hugh Maguire
Conducted By:
Sir Malcolm Sargent

Lesson 17
Un coup de telephone
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS with the help of Louis BLONCOURT
Written and produced by ELSIE FERGUSON
Language consultant, PAUL COUSTER
Repeated on Friday at 7.4
A booklet and records are available

Contributors

Introduced By:
Katia Ellis
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

as a writer and a personality
Her husband LEONARD WOOLF , in the course of an interview with JOANNA RICHARDSON , dis. cusses Virginia Woolf 's method of writing, her character and its influence on her work

Contributors

Unknown:
Leonard Woolf
Unknown:
Joanna Richardson
Unknown:
Virginia Woolf

An interpretation of the scientific revolution in the seventeenth century by JOHN ROGERS
Mr. Rogers suggests that Galileo, Bruno, Kepler. and Copernicus can be seen as having made scientific advances through an aesthetic theory rather than as the result of experiments. He argues that this may be a general explanation of how major advances in science take place.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Rogers

Second of two illustrated talks by J. M. COHEN
Mr. Cohen examines the Interaction of the European and the pre-Columbian tradition in the Uterature of Central and South America.
The Return of the Serpent Readers, Denis GOACHER and ALAN WHEATLEY
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS followed by an interlude at 10.51

Contributors

Unknown:
J. M. Cohen
Readers:
Denis Goacher
Readers:
Alan Wheatley
Produced By:
Joe Burroughs

Elizabethan Government and Society
Eight lectures given by JOEL HURSTFIELD ,
Astor Professor of English
History. University of London, at the University of East Anglla
4: The Monarchy, Parliament and the Law
Professor Hurstfield argues that the most striking thing about the Elizabethan monarchy was not its strength but its weakness. In his fourth lecture he explains why.
A booklet can be obtained (price 6s. ) through newsagents or book-sellers or direct from [address removed] (crossed Postal order)

Contributors

Unknown:
Joel Hurstfield

Network Three

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