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Raimund Herincx (baritone)
Each month a well-known artist is invited to introduce and perform a wide range of music.
In his fourth programme Raimund Herincx, with Wilfrid Parry (piano) sings Raimund Herincx broadcasts by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Company

Contributors

Baritone:
Raimund Herincx
Piano:
Wilfrid Parry

HANS LEYGRAF (piano)
ELIZABETH HARWOOD (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
BERLIN PHII.HARMONIC QUINTET Karlheinz Zöller (flute) Lothar Koch (oboe)
Thomas Brandis (violin)
Siegbert Ueberschaer (viola) Wolfgang Boettcher (cello)
The recording of the works by W. F and J. C. Bach made available by courtesy of French Radio
Second broadcast of the Haydn works

Contributors

Piano:
Hans Leygraf
Soprano:
Elizabeth Harwood
Piano:
Paul Hamburger

Fourth in a series of thirteen programmes in which all the sonatas are being played
E flat major, Op. 31 No.
2.24* F major, Op. 54
2.35* A major, Op. 101 played by JAMES GIBB
March 28: F maior, Op. 10 No. 2; E major. Op. 109; Six Bagatelles, Op. 126 (Alfred Brendel )

Contributors

Played By:
James Gibb
Unknown:
Alfred Brendel

Third of three programmes including some of Britten's recent music QOUGLAS WHITTAKER (flute)
IONA BROWN (violin)
ERIC HARRISON and BERNARD ROBERTS (piano duet)
3.17* Three sets of songs to poems by major writers
Songs for Ariel Tippett for contralto, flute. clarinet, horn. percussion, and harpsichord
SYBIL MICHELOW (contralto) MEMBERS OF THE
LEONARDO ENSEMBLE
Douglas Whittaker (flute) Colin Bradbury (clarinet) Douglas Moore (horn) with JAMES HOLLAND (percussion) DAPHNE IBBOTT (harpsichord) MARGARET PRICE (soprano)
JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
MARGARET PRICE (soprano) WIGMORE ENSEMBLE
Directed by JAMES LOCKHART
Second broadcasts of all except

Contributors

Violin:
Iona Brown
Violin:
Eric Harrison
Piano:
Bernard Roberts
Contralto:
Sybil Michelow
Flute:
Douglas Whittaker
Clarinet:
Colin Bradbury
Horn:
Douglas Moore
Unknown:
James Holland
Harpsichord:
Daphne Ibbott
Soprano:
Margaret Price
Piano:
James Lockhart

Wagner
Das Rheingold
Music drama in four scenes
Sung in German
gramophone records
(Stereo)
Cast in order of singing:
Three Rhinemaidens:
Two giants:
Gods:
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by GEORG SOLTI
Scene 1 At the bottom of the Rhine
Scene 2 An open space on a mountain height
Scene 3 The subterranean caves of Nibelheim
Scene 4 An open space on a mountain height ,
First of six weekly programmes to include the whole of Wagner's ' Ring '
Nert week: Die Walkure Acts I and 2

Contributors

Conducted By:
Georg Solti
Woglinde:
Oda Balsborg (soprano)
Wlelgunde:
Hetty PlümacHer (soprano)
Flosshide:
Ira Malaniuk (mezzo-Soprano)
Alberich, the Nibelung:
Gustav Neidlinger (bass-Baritone)
Fricka wife of Wotan:
Kirsten Flagstad (mezzo-Soprano)
Wotan:
George London (bass)
Freia, goddess of youth:
Claire Watson (soprano)
Fasolt:
Walter Kreppel (bass)
Fafner:
Kurt Böhme (bass)
Froh:
Waldemar Kmentt (tenor)
Donner:
Eberhard Waechter (baritone)
Lose:
Set Svanholm (tenor)
Mime brother of Alberich:
Paul Kuen (tenor)
Erda, the Earth Goddess:
Jean Madeira (contralto)

The eighth of the main series of eighteen programmes for adults taking G.C.E. O-level examinations in English Language and Literature, planned in association with a National Extension College correspondence course
Radio tutor, DAVID GRUGEON
Scriptwriter, Emmeline Garnett
Produced by Peggy Bacon
Last Thursday's broadcast
Details of the correspondence course can be obtained from The National Extension College. Shaftesbury Road. Cambridge

Contributors

Scriptwriter:
Emmeline Garnett
Produced By:
Peggy Bacon

An enquiry into the current poetry-reading boom in England including the recorded voices of Allen Ginsberg, Christopher Logue, Spike Milligan, Dylan Thomas and extracts from readings and conversations involving Pete Brown, Bob Cobbing, Adrian Henri, Michael Horovitz, Alan Jackson, Roger McGough, Adrian Mitchell, Brian Patten, Tom Pickard

Since 1960 there has been an increasing concern among younger poets with the platform rather than the page. Audiences for poetry readings have grown bigger and become younger. At the same time regional accents and regional references have taken on a new importance. This programme attempts to examine the new poetry scene in relation to its origins, its idols, and its parallels - from the Beats to the Beatles.
Introduced by George Macbeth

Contributors

Presenter:
George MacBeth
Unknown:
Pete Brown
Unknown:
Bob Cobbing
Unknown:
Adrian Henri
Unknown:
Michael Horovitz
Unknown:
Alan Jackson
Unknown:
Roger McGough
Unknown:
Adrian Mitchell
Unknown:
Brian Patten
Unknown:
Tom Pickard

MARK IV
Last play of a trilogy set in South Africa by David Lytton with Anthony Jacobs , Hilda Kriseman
Gilbert Vernon , Henry Stamper
David Lytton as The Narrator Black babies to white parents set the state machines whirring.
Produced by R. D. SMITH
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
David Lytton
Unknown:
Anthony Jacobs
Unknown:
Hilda Kriseman
Unknown:
Gilbert Vernon
Unknown:
Henry Stamper
Unknown:
David Lytton
Produced By:
R. D. Smith
Priest:
Kevin McHugh
J:
Philip Bond
Lecturer:
Preston Lockwood
Albert:
Bloke Modisane
Mrs White:
Hilda Kriseman
Mrs Poole:
Valerie Philip
Mrs van Rensburg:
Fiona Nicholson
Mrs van ZYl:
June Tobin
Mrs Tobias:
Hilda Kriseman
Mrs Brown:
June Tobin
Mr White:
Nigel Hawthorne
Mr van Rensburg:
Roger Worrod
Nurse Wessels:
Hilda Kriseman
Doctor:
Gilbert Vernon
Mr Poole:
Anthony Hall
Mr van ZYl:
Brian Hewlett
Mr Brown:
Ronald Herdman
de Wet:
Henry Stamper
Policeman:
Leroy Lingwood
Minister:
Anthony Jacobs
Assistant:
Anthony Hall
Pathologist:
June Tobin
Johnson:
Henry Stamper
Miss Wengstrom:
Valerie Philip
Predicant:
Basil Jones
Reporters:
Ronald Herdman
Reporters:
Stephen Jack,
Reporters:
Preston Lockwood
Africans:
Mark Heath
Africans:
Lionel Ngakane

Leçons des ténèbres
ALFRED DELLER (counter-tenor) WILFRED BROWN (tenor)
DESMOND DUPRÉ (viola da gamba) HARRY GABB (organ) gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Alfred Deller
Tenor:
Wilfred Brown

Network Three

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