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Second day

5.30-6.10 Test Match Special joins the Australian Broadcasting Commission's commentary team at the Ground in Adelaide during the afternoon's play.
Ball-by-ball commentaries by Alan McGilvrey, Brian Johnston, and Vic Richardson

6.10-6.30 Summaries of the day's play during the tea interval by Lindsat Hassett, F.R. Brown, and Brian Johnston

6.30-8.30 Further ball-by-ball commentaries until the close of play

8.30-8.40 Summaries by Lindsay Hassett and Brian Johnston
Introduced from London by Michael de Morgan

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan McGilvray
Unknown:
Brian Johnston
Unknown:
Vic Richardson
Unknown:
Lindsay Hassett
Unknown:
F. R. Brown

JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto) ROBERT TEAR (tenor)
John Noble (baritone)
BBC CHORUS
Richard POPPLEWELL (organ continuo) Viola TUNNARD
(harpsichord continuo)
Pmi.OMUSICA OF LONDON Leader. Carl Pini
Conducted by Peter GELLHORN
Cantata No. 36: Schwingt freudig euch empor f.35* Cantata No. 4: Christ lag in Todesbanden

Contributors

Soprano:
Jeannette Sinclair
Contralto:
Maureen Lehane
Baritone:
John Noble
Unknown:
Richard Popplewell
Leader:
Carl Pini
Conducted By:
Peter Gellhorn

Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Brahms's Piano Quintet in F minor, by JEREMY NOBLE
Recent Instrumental Records: a review by FELIX APRAHAMIAN ,

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Lade
Review By:
Felix Aprahamian

Introduced by MICHAEL DE MORGAN
Directed by John Fenton
Timings may be altered by events
12.30 your Afternoon Forecast direct from the London Weather Centre followed by SPORTS PARADE
Introduced by LIAM NOLAN
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CRICKET
1.0 Fourth Test Match
Australia v. England
Highlights of the second day's play from BRIAN JOHNSTON in Adelaide
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SAILING
1.30 Plain Sailing
The fourth of a series of programmes in which BARRY BUCKNELL gives advice to do-it-yourself yachtsmen
Previously broadcast In the North of England Home Service
FISHING
1.35 Fisherman's Inn
The first of a series of reconstructed fishing trips with HAL MOUNT
Previously broadcast in the North of England Home Service
RACING
1.55 The Brewers Four-year-old Hurdle (Div. 1)
For four-year-olds only over two miles and 133 yards
2.25 The Great Yorkshire Handicap Chase
For five-year-olds and upwards over three miles and 105 yards
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY with summaries by TONY PRESTON
From Doncaster
4.55 Racing Results
RUGBY UNION
2.10; 2.45 France v. Ireland
Commentary by REX ALSTON and SAMMY WALKER
From Stade Colombes , Paris
Broadcast by arrangement with the French Radio
3.30 County Championship (Semi-final)
Leicestershire v. Lancashire
Commentary on the last part of the match by PETER CRANMER
From Leicester
3.55 ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL
The second half of one of today's English League matches with commentary by BRIAN MOORE and SIMON SMITH followed by results as they come in. direct from the BBC Sports Room
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5.0 SPORTS REPORT
Introduced by LIAM NOLAN
Produced by Angus MACKAY
Classified Football Results at 5.0 and 5.50 p.m.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael de Morgan
Directed By:
John Fenton
Introduced By:
Liam Nolan
Unknown:
Brian Johnston
Commentary By:
Peter Bromley
Unknown:
Tony Preston
Commentary By:
Rex Alston
Commentary By:
Sammy Walker
Unknown:
Stade Colombes
Unknown:
Peter Cranmer
Unknown:
Brian Moore
Unknown:
Simon Smith
Introduced By:
Liam Nolan
Produced By:
Angus MacKay

An introduction to Tennyson's poem by PHILIP DREW
Mr. Drew argues that we can only understand the nature of Tennyson's achievement in the Idylls of the Hearth if we examine their narrative structure. He describes how in Aulmer's Field (published in 1864) the story varies in pace like a film.
A new production of the talk broadcast on March 4. 1964
A reading by John Betjeman of ' Alllmer's Field ': Sunday at 6.25 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Drew
Reading By:
John Betjeman

First of two programmes compiled and narrated by David Lytton with recordings of Brecht himself and contributions from
ARTHUR ADAMOV , ERIC BENTLEY HAROLD CLURMAN
Mrs. LEON FEUCHTWANGER
MAX Frisch. MANFRED GEORGE EDWARD HAMBLETON
H. R. HAYES , ROBERT KENNY CHARLES LAUGHTON
THERESE PHOL , ROBERT PLANSHON MARTEN POPPER
PROFESSOR FRIEDRICH RITTER WOLFGANG ROTH
GENEVIENNE SERRAU GEORGE TABORI
Produced by DAVID LYTTON
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
David Lytton
Unknown:
Arthur Adamov
Unknown:
Eric Bentley
Unknown:
Harold Clurman
Unknown:
Mrs. Leon Feuchtwanger
Unknown:
Max Frisch.
Unknown:
Manfred George
Unknown:
Edward Hambleton
Unknown:
H. R. Hayes
Unknown:
Robert Kenny
Unknown:
Charles Laughton
Unknown:
Therese Phol
Unknown:
Robert Planshon
Unknown:
Marten Popper
Unknown:
Professor Friedrich Ritter
Unknown:
Wolfgang Roth
Unknown:
Genevienne Serrau
Unknown:
George Tabori
Produced By:
David Lytton

Serenade:
II Giardino di Amore for soprano, contralto, trumpet. flute, strings, and continuo
URSULA BUCKEL (soprano) Adone
NORMA PROCTER (contralto) Venere
ADOLF SCHERBAUM (trumpet) SIEGFRIED RAABE: (flute)
WERNER HEUTLING (violin)
OSWALD GATTERMANN (violin) BERNHARD BRAUNHOLZ (cello) NELLY SÖREGI (violin)
WERNER HEBISCH (violin) HORST HEYDEN (violin) BARBARA BOEHR (violin) OTTO KLAMBT (violin)
FRANZISKA MATZ (violin) Horst BECKEDORF (cello)
BERTHOLD HEUTLING (cello)
RUDOLF SCHLEGEL (double-bass) ALBERT HENNIGE (bassoon) WALTER GERWIG (lute)
MATHIAS SIEDEL (harpsichord)
Conducted by ROLF REINHARDT
Recording made available by courtesy of North German Radio

Contributors

Contralto:
Norma Procter
Cello:
Bernhard Braunholz
Violin:
Horst Heyden
Violin:
Barbara Boehr
Violin:
Franziska Matz
Cello:
Horst Beckedorf
Cello:
Berthold Heutling
Double-Bass:
Rudolf Schlegel
Bassoon:
Albert Hennige
Conducted By:
Rolf Reinhardt

Two talks by Anne Treisman of the M.R.C. Psycholinguistics Research Unit, Oxford
1: The Strategies
Our brains select, and thereby create, just one of many possible worlds. Dr. Treisman describes the strategies which the brain can adopt in carrying out this selection.
A broadcast version of the 1965 British Association Lister Lecture
Second talk, The Mechanisms: February 7

Contributors

Speaker:
Dr Anne Treisman

by MICHAEL BAXANDALL
Lecturer in Renaissance Studies, Warburg Institute,
University of London
' Music.' Leonardo said, is the sister of painting '; but was this in fact so? Michael Baxandall asks how far one can relate the work of Renaissance painters to their intellectual environment.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Baxandall
Unknown:
Michael Baxandall

Network Three

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