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Overture: Clenoveva (Schumann) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC Orchestra Conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK
7.14* Fantasy in C major for piano and orchestra (The Wanderer) (Schubert, arr. Lisa)
ALFRED BRENDEL
VIENNA STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA
' Conducted by MICHAEL GIELEN
7.36* Symphonic Poem: Vltava
(My Country) (Smetana)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by FERENC FRICSAY
7.47* Mephisto Waltz (Liszt)
PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by KARL MÜNCHlNGER on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Rafael Kubelik
Conducted By:
Michael Gielen
Conducted By:
Ferenc Fricsay

Suite: The Good-Humoured Ladies
(Scarlatti, orch. Tommasini)
PHlLHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCH
8.19* Act 2 (Giselle)
(Adam, rev. Biisser)
PARIS CONSERVATOIRE Orchestra Conducted by JEAN MARTINON
8.43* Suite No. 2 (The Three-
Cornered Hat) (Falla)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Igor Markevitch
Conducted By:
Jean Martinon
Conducted By:
Carlo Maria Giulini

Boismortier, Handel, and Ramcau played by the † BOISMORTIER ENSEMBLE
Tess Miller (oboe)
Jennifer Ward Clarke (cello) Jill Severs (harpsichord)
Faurg and Bratims played by ERICH GRUENBERG (violin) and ERIC HARRISON (piano)

Contributors

Cello:
Jennifer Ward Clarke
Violin:
Erich Gruenberg
Violin:
Eric Harrison

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Part 1

Dvorak - Slavonic Dances Nos 3, 4 & 5

Enesco - Suite No 2 in C Major

Litolff - Scherzo Concerto Symphonique No .4

Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No 1 Clive Lythgoe

Contributors

Leader:
Gerald Jarvis
Conductor:
Constantin Silvestri
Piano:
Clive Lythgoe

LONDON Studio Orchestra Leader, Reginald Leopold
Conducted by ASHLEY LAWRENCE
With CYRIL SMITH and PHYLLIS SELLICK
(two pianos, three hands) including music by Roussel. Prokofiev, Richard Rodney Bennett , Adrian Cruft , and Falla and piano works by Faure and Milhaud Ashley Lawrence broadcasts by permission of the General Admintstrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden

Contributors

Leader:
Reginald Leopold
Conducted By:
Ashley Lawrence
Conducted By:
With Cyril Smith
Conducted By:
Phyllis Sellick
Unknown:
Richard Rodney Bennett
Unknown:
Adrian Cruft
Unknown:
Ashley Lawrence

A series of concerts given before invited audiences
This week:
From Ashton Hall , Lancaster
MICHAEL ROLL (piano)
AD SOLEM Ensemble James Davis (violin) Julian Webb (violin) Paul Cropper (viola) Charles Meert (cello) with GEOFFREY Box (double-bass)
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Ashton Hall
Violin:
James Davis
Violin:
Julian Webb
Viola:
Paul Cropper
Cello:
Charles Meert

Music by Henry Geehl played by the B.M.C. BAND
Conductor. HARRY MORTIMER
Festival Overture
Trombone solo: Romanza
Symphonic Ode: Normandy

Contributors

Music By:
Henry Geehl
Conductor:
Harry Mortimer

A course of twenty lessons in spoken Russian for near-beginners
Lesson 1
Written by VAUGHAN JAMES University of Sussex
Given by VAUGHAN JAMES MARINA RYAN and VIKTOR GREGORIY
Language consultant, Lyubov Volossevich tProduced by Richard Hooper
Repeated on Saturday, 10.45 a.m. (Home)
A booklet is available

Contributors

Written By:
Vaughan James
Unknown:
Marina Ryan
Unknown:
Viktor Gregoriy
Unknown:
Lyubov Volossevich
Unknown:
Richard Hooper

Social Conflict in early Stuart England
Eight lectures given by PETER LASLETT. Fellow of Trinity College. Cambridge at the University of Warwick
7: Crisis and Social Change
' It's my considered view.' says Mr. Laslett. ' that there was no English Revolution, if that phrase is taken to imply that English social structure underwent a crisis during the seventeenth century which led to a radical alteration in the distribution of power, wealth, and status within it.'
Mr. Laslett discusses what sort of changes would lead to such an overall transformation of society, and compares these changes with the reasons usually given to explain why The English Revolution occurred.
Eric Ives on Social Change and the Law: Friday, 7.0 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Laslett.
Unknown:
Eric Ives

Three programmes under the general editorship of DR. G. J. WHITROW of the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London
2: The Years of Fame (19091933) The principal contributor is
Dr. Denis Sciama of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge University.
Other contributors include
PROFESSOR H. LEVY
PROFESSOR W. H. MCCREA
PROFESSOR C. LANCZOS
DR. E. H. HUTTEN
DR. R. H. FURTH
SIR Roy HARROD and Miss M. C. A. DENEKE
Produced by CHRISTOPHER SYKES To be repeated on March 19
The Last Years (1933-1955): March 9

Next Week in the Third
THE BRANDENBURCERS IN BOHEMIA
Opera by Smetana
Performance by the Prague National Opera Company on gramophone records Sunday
A synopsis can be obtained by sending a stamped addressed envelope to Smetana, [address removed]
*
SAMUEL BECKETT
Seventh broadcast of his radio play All That Fall
Sunday
Reading of his verse Tuesday
MICHELANCELI plays Liszt's Piano Concerto No. and Franck's Symphonic Variations with the New Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall
Tuesday
THE COMMANDER'S DAUGHTERS Play by Roger Vitrae (1899-1952) author of ' Victor ' translated by Joanna Richardson Friday

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr. G. J. Whitrow
Unknown:
Dr. Denis Sciama
Unknown:
Professor H. Levy
Unknown:
Professor W. H. McCrea
Unknown:
Professor C. Lanczos
Unknown:
Dr. E. H. Hutten
Unknown:
Dr. R. H. Furth
Unknown:
Sir Roy Harrod
Unknown:
Miss M. C. A. Deneke
Produced By:
Christopher Sykes
Unknown:
Samuel Beckett
Play By:
Roger Vitrae
Translated By:
Joanna Richardson

John Shirley-Quirk (baritone)
Oromonte String Trio Perry Hart (violin)
Margaret Major (viola) Bruno Schrecker (cello) with Douglas Whittaker (flute) Jack Brymer (clarinet) Martin Gatt (bassoon)
Susan Bradshaw (piano) Richard Rodney Bennett (celesta)
Eric Allen (vibraphone)
Aeolian String Quartet
Sydney Humphreys (violin) Raymond Keenlyside (violin) Margaret Major (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)
Part 1

Contributors

Baritone:
John Shirley-Quirk
Violin:
Perry Hart
Cello:
Bruno Schrecker
Flute:
Douglas Whittaker
Clarinet:
Jack Brymer
Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Piano:
Richard Rodney Bennett
Unknown:
Eric Allen
Violin:
Sydney Humphreys
Violin:
Raymond Keenlyside
Cello:
Derek Simpson

by HUMPHREY PALMER
Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy. University College of South Wales, Cardiff
1: The reduction game
Reduction and location are two important but quite different moves in philosophical reasoning. What are they meant to do; and what happens when they get mixed up? Mr. Palmer takes by way of illustration the question: Is the Bishop of Woolwich an atheist?
Second talk, Putting theology in its place: March 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Humphrey Palmer

Part 2
Given before an invited audience In the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets should be sent to [address removed], enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
Next Invitation Concert: April 5 Haydn: Piano Trio in E minor; Birtwistte: Rina a dumb carillon': David Bedford: Song, '0 now the drenched land wakes '; Faur&: Piano Trio m D minor. Op. 120.

Network Three

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