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String Quartet in B flat major,
Op. 133 (Grosse Fuge) played by the SMETANA STRING QUARTET Jiri Novak (violin)
Lubomir Kostecky (violin) Milan Skampa (viola) Antonin Kohout (cello)
Second broadcast
Beethoven's own piano version:
9.4 a.m.

Contributors

Violin:
Jiri Novak
Violin:
Lubomir Kostecky
Viola:
Milan Skampa
Cello:
Antonin Kohout

Symphony No. 9, In D minor
(Choral)
Kyoko ITO (soprano)
HIROKO KIMURA (contralto) AKIHKO Isuii (tenor)
YOSMINOBU KURIBAYASHI (baritone)
Tokyo PHILHARMONIC CHORUS
NIKIKAI CHORUS
TOKYO BROADCASTING CHORUS
KUNITACHI MUSIC COLLEGE CHORAL GROUP
N.H.K. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by HIROYUKI IWAKI
Recording made available by courtesy of Japanese Radio

Contributors

Soprano:
Kyoko Ito
Contralto:
Hiroko Kimura
Conducted By:
Hiroyuki Iwaki

Introduced by JOHN LADE Building a Library:
Mozart's Don Giovanni by ALAN JEFFERSON
Recent chamber music and songs: by JOAN CHISSELL

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Lade
Unknown:
Don Giovanni
Unknown:
Alan Jefferson
Songs By:
Joan Chissell

Introduced by JOHN DUNN
Directed by Geoff Dobson
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
GOLF
1.45 : 2.50 : 3.48 : 4.43*
The Senior Service Tournament
Reports on the final-day's play by TOM SCOTT
From Gosforth Park. Newcastle
RACING
2.35 The Blue Seal Stakes
For two-year-old fillies, run over six furlongs
3.15 The Red Deer Stakes
A handicap for three-year-olds and upwards, run over one mile and a balf
3.50 The Queen Elizabeth II Stakes
For three-year-olds and upwards. run over one mile
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY with summaries by ROGER MORTIMER
From Ascot Heath
4.55 Racing Results
4.5 ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL
Commentary by BRIAN MOORE and MAURICE EDELSTON during the second half of one of today's English League matches
4.45 Football Results as they come in-direct from the BBC Sports Room
5.0 SPORTS REPORT
Introduced by LIAM NOLAN
Produced by Angus Mackay
Classified Football Results at 5.0 and 5.50

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Dunn
Directed By:
Geoff Dobson
Introduced By:
Liam Nolan
Play By:
Tom Scott
Commentary By:
Peter Bromley
Unknown:
Roger Mortimer
Commentary By:
Brian Moore
Commentary By:
Maurice Edelston
Introduced By:
Liam Nolan
Produced By:
Angus MacKay

An investigation of China's grievances against the Soviet Union by GEOFFREY STERN
Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics
The quarrel between China and Russia is ostensibly about ideology, but manifestly about power. and China's memory of three centuries of humiliation at the hands of the Russians adds to its intensity. Geoffrey Stern traces the extent of this humiliation and discusses some of its implications for present developments in the Sino-Soviet dispute.
Oct. 5: News out of China

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Stern
Unknown:
Geoffrey Stern

by F. W. Willetts
Scrap
' In the long run it doesn'make any difference whether you die now or later.'
The Passing
' These little mishaps. They're sent to try us. You're in a strange place. There's fog. You get lost. Of course you get lost.'
Produced by BENNETT MAXWELL Gretchen Franklin is in ' Spring and Port Wine ' at the Apollo Theatre. London
Second broadcast

Contributors

Produced By:
Bennett Maxwell
Produced By:
Gretchen Franklin
The Woman:
Gretchen Franklin
The Man:
Howard Goorney
The Tramp:
Edward Atienza
The Gent:
John Rye

Roberto Gerhard born September 25, 1896
Dmitri Shostakovich born September 25, 1906
Promoted by the Macnaghten Concerts in association with the BBC Third Programme
From the Commonwealth Institute, London
Margaret Price (soprano) James Lockhart (piano)
Yfrah Neaman (violin)
Susan Bradshaw (piano)
Parrenin String Quartet Jacques Parrenin (violin)
Marcel Charpentier (violin) Denes Marton (viola)
Pierre Penassou (cello)
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Roberto Gerhard
Unknown:
Dmitri Shostakovich
Piano:
James Lockhart
Violin:
Yfrah Neaman
Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Violin:
Jacques Parrenin
Violin:
Marcel Charpentier
Viola:
Denes Marton
Cello:
Pierre Penassou

Reflections on Philip Rieff 's
The Triumph of the Therapeutic by JOHN WREN-LEWIS
Philip Rieff , Professor of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania. is editor of the Collected Works of Siegmund Freud and a professed Freudian. He believes that modern culture is committed to the therapeutic effort, to well-being for its own sake, after the failure of demand-systems like Communism and Christianity. John Wren-Lewis thinks Rieff goes some way beyond Freud-but still not far enough.

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Rieff
Unknown:
John Wren-Lewis
Unknown:
Philip Rieff
Unknown:
John Wren-Lewis

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PeterHenry*
Konstantin Paustovsky , the doyen of Soviet literature, is regarded in his native Russia as a link with the nineteenth-century classics, and as perhaps the greatest living : literary craftsman.
Mr. Henry introduces his own translations of excerpts from Paustovsky's works
Reader, GARY WATSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Konstantin Paustovsky
Reader:
Gary Watson

Network Three

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