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Andante and Variations in B flat major
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (Piano) MALCOLM FRAGER (piano) Amaryllis FLEMING (cello) TERENCE Weil (cello)
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Piano:
Malcolm Frager
Cello:
Amaryllis Fleming
Cello:
Terence Weil
Horn:
Barry Tuckwell

BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
STEPHEN Bishop (piano)
SIMON STREATFEILD (viola)
LONDON Symphony ORCHESTRA Leader, John Georgiadis
Conducted by COLIN DAVIS
Part 1

Contributors

Horn:
Barry Tuckwell
Leader:
John Georgiadis
Conducted By:
Colin Davis

A series of concerts given before invited audiences throughout the country
This week: from the Technical College, Thurso
Peter ELEMENT (piano)
ORPHEUS STRING TRIO Ian Tyre (violin)
Ronald Duncan (viola) Adrian Shepherd (cello) with HENRY MORRISON (clarinet)
Part 1
Sonata in F major, Op. 10, No. 2
Beethoven
4.14* Trio in A minor, Op. 77b
Reger

Contributors

Viola:
Ronald Duncan
Cello:
Adrian Shepherd
Clarinet:
Henry Morrison

17: Paolo riparte per Roma
Script by Pietro GiorgetU and Elsie Ferguson
Introduced by PIETRO GIORGETTI and ARIELLA REGGIO
Produced by Elsie Ferguson
First broadcast on January 26, 1965
A booklet and records are available

Contributors

Script By:
Pietro Giorgetu
Script By:
Elsie Ferguson
Introduced By:
Pietro Giorgetti
Introduced By:
Ariella Reggio
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

Social Conflict in early Stuart England
Eight lectures given by PETER LASLETT, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge at the University of Warwick
3; The Elite Minority
In early Stuart England only about one in twenty of the population had any political significance. In his third lecture Mr. Laslett describes the structure and characteristics of this ruling segment of society, and asks what, in this part of the model, could lead to conflict-and even revolution.
Donald Pennington on the Community at War: Thursday at 7 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Pennington

An interlude for radio by Dan Treston
Other parts played by Aiden Grennell , Maura O'Sullivan Brian O'Higgins , Florence Lynch George Green, Lionel Day
Musetta Joyce , Eamon Kelly Ivan Hanly. Noel O'Briain and Michael Campion
Pianist, Ian Henry
Produced in Dublin for Radio Eireann
Recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Dan Treston
Played By:
Aiden Grennell
Played By:
Maura O'Sullivan
Played By:
Brian O'Higgins
Unknown:
Musetta Joyce
Unknown:
Eamon Kelly
Unknown:
Ivan Hanly.
Unknown:
Noel O'Briain
Pianist:
Michael Campion
Pianist:
Ian Henry
The Husband:
Thomas Studley
The Wife:
Derdre O'Meara
The Music Teacher:
Neasa Ni Annrachain
Larry Black:
Seamus Forde
Gerry White:
Brendan Cauldwell
Adelaide, the American Woman:
Glnette Waddell

The second of two illustrated talks written by KEITH HARRISON and WILLIAM DAVID SHERMAN and read by KEITH HARRISON 2: After Black Mountain
Mr. Harrison and Mr. Sherman suggest how connections between the new arts in America-in poetry, painting, music, and the cinema— have been fostered by the curriculum and the example of Black Mountain College. The programme is illustrated by ouotations in verse and prose from Charles Olson , Le Roi Jones, and Denise Levertov. among other writers.
Readers, Marvin Kane and William David Sherman
Produced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Written By:
Keith Harrison
Written By:
William David Sherman
Read By:
Keith Harrison
Unknown:
Charles Olson
Unknown:
Denise Levertov.
Readers:
Marvin Kane
Readers:
William David Sherman
Produced By:
George MacBeth

Part 2
Given before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets should be sent to Ticket Unit, Broadcasting House. London. W.I,enclosingastampedaddressed envelope.
Nextdnvitation Concert: March 1. Schoenberg: Strino Trio; Bernard Naylor : House of Clay (first performance); Stockhausen: Retrain; Nicholas Maw: String Quartet

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Naylor

First of two talks by W. G. HOSKINS
Food, drink, housing, illness, the weather, these are the elementary conditions of life which most historians tend to neglect in writing history. W. G. Hoskins , Professor of English Local History in the University of Leicester, examines the connection between harvests and mortality in pre-industrial England
Second broadcast
Epidemics: February 5 followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Unknown:
W. G. Hoskins
Unknown:
W. G. Hoskins

Network Three

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