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Wilfred Brown (tenor) Ian Partridge (tenor) Michael Rippon (baritone)
Charles Spinks (chamber organ continuo) Terence Weil (cello continuo)

Hear me, O Lord, the great support
Since God so tender a regard
Job's curse: Let the night perish
When on my sick bed I languish

The third in a series of six programmes

followed by an interlude

Contributors

Tenor:
Wilfred Brown
Tenor:
Ian Partridge
Baritone:
Michael Rippon
Organist:
Charles Spinks
Cellist:
Terence Weil

ⓢ Opera in two acts
Music by Beethoven
Libretto by JOSEF SONNLEITHNER and GEORG FRIEDRICH TREITSCHKD after a play by BouiUy
Sung in German gramophone records
Cast in order of singing:
PHIl.HARMONIA
CHORUS AND Orchestra
Conducted by Orro KLEMPERER
The action takes place in a state prison near Seville. during the eighteenth century
Act 1
The prison courtyard
4.5* ACT 2
A dungeon in the prison, changing to the prison gates

Contributors

Unknown:
Josef Sonnleithner
Unknown:
Georg Friedrich Treitschkd
Conducted By:
Orro Klemperer

Some reflections on the structuralist anthropology of Claude Levi-Stranss by NATHANIEL TARN poet and anthropologist
... and there is pansies, that's for thoughts Hamlet IV, 5
Mr. Tarn's talk was occasioned by tte publication of La pensée sauvaae (translated as ' The Savage Mind '), the mast recent work by the French anthropologist and philosopher to appear in English.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Claude Levi-Stranss

Verdi
Lo spazzacammino Ave Maria
Schubert
Die Wehmut (Mit leisen Harfentiinen)
Der blinde Knabe
Herbst Schwanengesang (Wie klag ich's aus?)
MARGARET PRICE (soprano)
JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
Second broadcast
James Lockhart broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden

Contributors

Unknown:
Herbst Schwanengesang
Unknown:
James Lockhart

An enquiry into local authority housing and its allocation by David Dimbleby
Who pays for council housing? How are waiting lists made up, and who is chosen from them? Are there too many rich council tenants? And too many poor not housed by their local authority? Should council housing be sold to owner occupiers? Do local authorities build the type of housing to meet today's needs? Is it more economic to renovate old properties or knock them down and build modern council housing at higher rents?
Produced by Anthony Moncrieff
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.25

Contributors

Unknown:
David Dimbleby
Produced By:
Anthony Moncrieff

Compiled and introduced by A. L. Lloyd and illustrated with field recordings
Readers, CAROLE BOYD and DENYS HAWTHORNE
Edward Lear. PRESTON LOCKWOOD
Produced by Douglas Cleverden
A L. Lloyd was the first British folklorist since the war to record folk music in Albania. In the autumn of 1965 he made a prolonged tour. visiting several of the places that Edward Lear saw in 1848, and recording the heroic ballads of the northern mountain tribes as well as the polyphonic folk songs of the towns and the southern countryside.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By:
A. L. Lloyd
Readers:
Carole Boyd
Readers:
Denys Hawthorne
Unknown:
Edward Lear.
Produced By:
Douglas Cleverden
Unknown:
L. Lloyd
Unknown:
Edward Lear

Network Three

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