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To a poet
To a poet a thousand years hence On parent knees Intrada
Tie birthnight
June on Castle Hill
Ode on the rejection of St. Cecilia
Michael WAKEHAM (baritone)
WILFRID PARRY (piano)

Contributors

Baritone:
Michael Wakeham
Piano:
Wilfrid Parry

A series of nine programmes
3: Sonnet from Vic Portuguese:
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Script and narration by PATRIC DICKINSON
Poem read by YVONNE BONNAMY

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Unknown:
Patric Dickinson
Read By:
Yvonne Bonnamy

Everyday German by radio
A series of twenty programmes based on Erich Kastner 's novel Drei Manner im Schnee
18: Vier Gaste reisen ab
Introduced by SABINE Michael and DIETER GEISSLER with LILLY KANN. ANGELIKA SAHLA ROLF Richards , PAUL HANSARD
Written and produced by Edith R. Baer
Language consultant, Dr. L. Löb
Rptd. Sat., 11.10 a.m. (Home)
A booklet and records are available

Contributors

Unknown:
Erich Kastner
Introduced By:
Sabine Michael
Introduced By:
Dieter Geissler
Unknown:
Lilly Kann.
Unknown:
Angelika Sahla
Unknown:
Rolf Richards
Produced By:
Edith R. Baer

Fourteen illustrated talks by Roger Fiske
4: Baroque Continuo Orchestration
The American scholar Manfred Bukofzer divided orchestration during the period 1600 to 1750 into three kinds - Continuo, Cumulative and Contrapuntal. Roger Fiske devotes one programme to each; in this talk he deals also with the use of flutes, recorders, oboes and trumpets in Baroque music.
Produced by Peter Dodd
(First broadcast October 26, 1966)

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Fiske
Unknown:
Manfred Bukofzer
Unknown:
Roger Fiske
Produced By:
Peter Dodd

MUSICA RESERVATA
Conducted by JOHN BECKETT
0 praise God in his holiness
Lord who shall dwell in thy tabernacle
The Lamentations of Jeremiah
(five-part setting)
0 From the Church of St. George the Martyr. Queen Square, London

Contributors

Conducted By:
John Beckett

A weekly review of the arts in the making This week:
The British Film Institute provide a fund for the making of experimental films, a selection of which has been shown at the National Film Theatre
ERIC RHODE introduces discussions with BRUCE BERESFORD and B. s. JOHNSON about making experimental films
Produced by Helen Rapp

Contributors

Unknown:
Bruce Beresford
Unknown:
B. S. Johnson
Produced By:
Helen Rapp

Notes on Karl Marx 's Capital by John Rex
Professor of Social Theory and Institutions at Durham University
One of the most influential books in history, Das Kapital was written in London. Its first volume was published in 1867. A hundred years later, Professor Rex examines the evolution of ideas that gave it birth. with John Justin , Henry Stamper and Ian Thompson
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME

Contributors

Unknown:
Karl Marx
Unknown:
Das Kapttal
Unknown:
John Justin
Unknown:
Henry Stamper
Unknown:
Ian Thompson
Produced By:
Christopher Holme
Karl Marx:
Anthony Jacobs
Friedrich Engels:
Bill Horsley

Second of eight fortnightly programmes in which all ten sonatas will be heard
Sonata in A major, Op. 12 No. 2
10.9* String Trio in G major.
Op. 9 No. I
IONA BROWN (violin) IAN BROWN (piano)
PRO ARTE STRING TRIO Kenneth Sillito (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Terence Weil (cello)
Sonata in D. Op. 12 No. 1: August 4

Contributors

Piano:
Ian Brown
Violin:
Kenneth Sillito
Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz
Cello:
Terence Weil

Benito Cereno is the 'last of a trilogy of Robert Lowell 's plays 1 ased on nineteenth-century American short stories
In conversation with KARL MILLER , MR. LOWELL discusses this adaptation of Herman Mel ville's story as an example of his method of work as a playwright.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Benito Cereno
Unknown:
Robert Lowell
Unknown:
Karl Miller
Unknown:
Herman Mel

Network Three

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