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Overture: The Fair Melusine
(Mendelssohn)
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
7.16* Symphony in D major
(Arriaga)
LONDON MOZART PLAYERS
Conducted by HARRY BLECH
7.40* Mazurkas: Op. 67 No. 3, in C major; No. 54 Op.posth., in D major: Scherzo No. 4, in E major (Chopm)
TAMAS VASARY (piano)
7.5 Hungarian March (The
Damnation of Faust) (Berlioz)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Ernest Ansermet
Conducted By:
Harry Blech
Conducted By:
Herbert von Karajan

Rumanian Dances (Bartok)
I Musici
9.55* Malediction for piano and string orchestra (Liszt)
ALFRED BRENDEL with the VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by Michael GIELEN
10.10* Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta (Bartok)
LONDON SYMPHONY Orchestra Conducted by GEORG SOLTI on gramophone records
This programme is being broadcast experimentally on the Zenith-G.E. pilot tone stereophonic system from the VHF transmitters at Wrotham and Dover. Kent. To hear the programme in stereophony a special receiver, or an adapter for use with an existing receiver, is necessary. Listeners with normal VHF receivers will hear the programme monophonically as usual.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alfred Brendel
Conducted By:
Michael Gielen
Conducted By:
Georg Solti

Jacqueline Delman (soprano)
Each month a well-known artist is invited to introduce and perform a wide range of music
In her third programme
† JACQUELINE DELMAN accompanied by GEOFFREY PARSONS sings

Contributors

Soprano:
Jacqueline Delman
Unknown:
Jacqueline Delman
Accompanied By:
Geoffrey Parsons

Jean HARVEY (piano)
† MELOS ENSEMBLE
Richard Adeney (flute) Roger Lord (oboe)
Geoffrey Wareham (oboe)
Leonard Brain (cor anglais) Gervase de Peyer (clarinet)
William Waterhouse (bassoon) Neill Sanders (horn)
The third of fifteen programmes including the whole of Clementi's Gradus ad Parnassum.

Contributors

Piano:
Jean Harvey
Flute:
Richard Adeney
Oboe:
Roger Lord
Oboe:
Geoffrey Wareham
Oboe:
Leonard Brain
Clarinet:
Gervase de Peyer
Bassoon:
William Waterhouse
Horn:
Neill Sanders

CELIA ARIELI (piano)
BBC Scottish ORCHESTRA Leader, Trevor Williams
Conducted by GRAHAM TREACHER
Part 1
Beethoven
Overture: The Ruins of Athens
12.21* Piano Concerto No. 4, In
G major

Contributors

Leader:
Trevor Williams
Conducted By:
Graham Treacher

An opera in three acts by Wagner
Sung in German
Cast m order of singing:
Knights, ladies, pilgrims, sirens. nymphs. Bacchae
CHORUS
Chorus-Master. Wilhelm Pitz and ORCHESTRA
OF THE BAYREUTH FESTIVAL
Conducted by ANDRE CLUYTENS
Producer, Wieland Wagner
The action takes place in Thuringia at the beginning of the thirteenth century
ACT 1
Sc. 1 The Interior of the Venusberg Sc. 2 The valley in front of the Wartburg
ACT 2
The Hall of Song in the Wartburg
ACT 3
The Valley In front of the Wartburg
Recording from the Bayreuth Festival made available by courtesy of the Bavarian Radio

Contributors

Chorus-Master:
Wilhelm Pitz
Conducted By:
Andre Cluytens
Unknown:
Wieland Wagner

Lesson 15
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of Pablo Soto
Script by Maria Victoria Alvarez and Anthony Watson
Produced by George Walton Scott

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jacinta Castillejo
Unknown:
Pablo Soto
Script By:
Maria Victoria Alvarez
Script By:
Anthony Watson
Produced By:
George Walton Scott

Nine programmes about government, society, and ideas in early Stuart England
1: The Central Government and the Local Community
The activities of the central government in early seventeenth-century England were limited both by its own resources and by stubborn local patriotism and local interests.
IVAN ROOTS
Senior Lecturer in History at University College, Cardiff shows how this problem was as difficult for Cromwell to solve as it had been for Charles I, and discusses the attempts which their governments made to assert their authority.
With readings from contemporary sources by Gary Watson and John Glen
Produced by Howard Smith

Contributors

Unknown:
Gary Watson
Unknown:
John Glen
Produced By:
Howard Smith

talks about
Cabinet Government to NORMAN HUNT of Exeter College,
Oxford Lord Butler of Saffron Walden recalls his experience of the working of a Cabinet, and the relationship of its members to the Prime Minister, and to Parliament.
Second broadcast
Parliamentary Procedure — a discussion: January 27

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Hunt
Unknown:
Oxford Lord Butler
Unknown:
Saffron Walden

A miscellany of readings interviews, and reviews including
VERNON SCANNELL reading and talking about his new long poem Epithets of War
IAN HAMILTON discussing his recent anthology The Poetry of War 1939-1945 and LAURENCE LERNER reading a new poem Address to (he Tooth of a Whale
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown:
Vernon Scannell
Unknown:
Ian Hamilton
Unknown:
Laurence Lerner
Introduced By:
George MacBeth

† BENTHIEN STRING Quartet
Ulrich Benthien (violin)
Rudolf Maria Miiller (violin) Martin Ledig (viola)
Wolfram Hentschel (cello)

Contributors

Violin:
Ulrich Benthien
Violin:
Rudolf Maria Miiller
Viola:
Martin Ledig
Cello:
Wolfram Hentschel

A new ' Ring'
An account by GEOFFREY SKEL TON and CHRISTOPHER SYKES of Wieland Wagner 's 1965 production of 'The Ring' at the Bayreuth Festival
The programme includes recordings of rehearsals and performances. with BIRGIT NILSSON as Briinnhllde THEO ADAM as Wotan and Joser GREINDL as The Wanderer
Also an interview with WIELAND WAGNER
Readers. Cécile
Chevreau Valentine Dyall , and Roy Spencer
Produced by CHRISTOPHER SYKES
Valentine Dyall Is appearing in ' Son of Oblomov ' at the Comedy Theatre. London
To be repeated on February S followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Skel
Unknown:
Christopher Sykes
Unknown:
Wieland Wagner
Unknown:
Birgit Nilsson
Unknown:
Briinnhllde Theo Adam
Unknown:
Joser Greindl
Readers:
Wieland Wagner
Unknown:
Chevreau Valentine Dyall
Unknown:
Roy Spencer
Produced By:
Christopher Sykes
Produced By:
Valentine Dyall

Network Three

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