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conducts Gustav Hoist
St. Paul's Suite, for string orchestra
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
8.18* Lyric Movement, for viola and small orchestra
CECIL ARONOWITZ
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
8.29* Part song: This have I done for my true love
PURCELL SINGERS
8.35* Fugal Concerto, for flute, oboe, and string orchestra
William BENNETT PETER GRAEME
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
8.44* A Moorside Suite, for brass band
B.M.C. (OXFORD) BAND gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Cecil Aronowitz
Unknown:
William Bennett
Unknown:
Peter Graeme

Brahms
Concerto in A minor, for violin. cello, and orchestra
WOLFGANG SCHNEIDERHAN JANOS STARKER BERLIN RADIO
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FERENC FRICSAY gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Wolfgang Schneiderhan
Conducted By:
Ferenc Fricsay

Music for Children
Continued in next column
MARGARET PRICE (soprano) JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
JOHN LILL (piano)
KEITH HARVEY (cello)
MERALYN KNIGHT (piano)
James Lockhart broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden

Contributors

Soprano:
Margaret Price
Piano:
James Lockhart
Piano:
John Lill
Cello:
Keith Harvey
Piano:
James Lockhart

Excerpts from Aaua, AzucariUos y Aguardiente (Chueca) and La Gran Via (Chueca and Valverde). with TERESA TOURNE
MARIA Reyes GABRIEL RENATO CESARI
THE MADRID SINGERS and MADRID Concerts ORCHESTRA
Conducted by PABLO SOROZABAL
ⓢ gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Teresa Tourne
Unknown:
Maria Reyes Gabriel
Unknown:
Renato Cesari
Conducted By:
Pablo Sorozabal

Leader, Joseph Segal
CAROLINE CRAWSHAW (soprano) JOSEPH SEGAL (violin) RUTH BENNETT (cello) JOHN WILLIAMS (oboe)
MICHAEL CHAPMAN (bassoon)
Conductor. RUDOLF SCHWARZ

Contributors

Leader:
Joseph Segal
Violin:
Joseph Segal
Cello:
Ruth Bennett
Bassoon:
Michael Chapman
Conductor:
Rudolf Schwarz

Eight programmes for teachers and parents on the changing scene in secondary schools
Introduced by DR. F. HILLIARD
1: The Newsom Report
In August 1963 the Ministry of Education published the report of a Committee set up ' to consider the educaton between the ages of 13 and 16 of pupils of average or less than average ability.' The report was called ' Half Our Future ' and the Chairman of the Committee was Sir John Newsom. The report found a great deal wrong with much of our secondary school teaching. The attitude to the schools of many pupils was put by one youngster who said,when asked for an opinion on the new school buildings. 'It could all be marble, sir, but it would still be a bloody school.'
SIR JOHN NEWSOM and CHARITY JAMES of Goldsmiths' College, London University discuss the impact of the report on schools, and whether its recommendations go far enough to meet many of our severe educational problems
Produced by Peter Jarvis
Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By:
Dr. F. Hilliard
Unknown:
Sir John Newsom.
Unknown:
Sir John Newsom
Produced By:
Peter Jarvis

A series of eight broadcasts
Introduced by DR. ANNE Ross
1 : Discovering the Celts
At one time Celtic-speaking people occupied vast areas of Europe and were the dominant element in the British Isles. The two main families of Celtic are known as P Celtic, represented today by Welsh and Breton, and Q Celtic, which is spoken in Ireland and Scotland and was. until recently. in the Isle of Man.
Produced by Adrian Johnson
Second broadcast
Study notes are available
The Origins of the Celtic Peoples: August 15

Contributors

Introduced By:
Dr. Anne Ross
Produced By:
Adrian Johnson

6: Transcendence by AUSTIN FARRER, Warden of Keble College, Oxford
' Anti - transcendentalism.' by degrees, has been a recurrent theme in this series of broadcasts. God, we are told. is dead: that is. He is totally historicized. Dr. Farrer argues that those who tell us this are either atheists or do not really mean what they appear to say.

0 Quartet in D minor
(Voces intimae)
LANSDOWNE STRING QUARTET
Jack Rothstein , Antony Gilbert Kenneth Essex , Charles Tunnell gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Jack Rothstein
Unknown:
Antony Gilbert
Unknown:
Kenneth Essex
Unknown:
Charles Tunnell

by Henry Reed
The second of two dramatic studies of the life of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi with Marius Coring
Sonia Dresdel , Stephen Murray and Carleton Hobbs with Wilfred Babbage
Noel Howlett. Harold Kasket Arthur Lawrence and Preston Lockwood
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
Third broadcast of 1966 production

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Reed
Unknown:
Giacomo Leopardi
Unknown:
Marius Coring
Unknown:
Sonia Dresdel
Unknown:
Stephen Murray
Unknown:
Carleton Hobbs
Unknown:
Wilfred Babbage
Unknown:
Noel Howlett.
Unknown:
Harold Kasket
Unknown:
Arthur Lawrence
Unknown:
Preston Lockwood
Produced By:
Douglas Cleverdon
Leopardi, as a boy:
Philip Meredith
Leopardi as a man:
Marius Goring,
Count Monaldo Leopardi, his father .:
Carleton Hobbs
Countess Adelaide, his mother:
Sonia Dresdel
Carlo, his brother, as a boy:
Nicholas Charles
Carlo as a young man:
Julian ,glover
Paolina his sister:
Janette Richer
His younger brothers: Luigi:
Peter Craze
His younger brothers: Pierfrancesco:
Marjorie Westbury
Pietro Giordani:
Stephen Murray
Antonio Ranieri:
Denis Goacher
Lina Ranieri:
Jill Balcon
Fanny Targioni:
Denise Bryer
Fanny's children:
Sulwen Morgan
Fanny's children:
Cherie Lunghi
Maddalena Pelzet:
Margaretta Scott
Rosa Padovani:
Nancy Nevinson
Countess Malvezzi:
Betty Huntley-Wright
Botti:
Robert Eddison
Biffi:
Norman Shelley
Maria:
Miriam Margolyes

Second of six piano recitals by Vlado Perlemuter (piano) including all Chopin's Mazurkas Ballade in A flat major Mazurkas
A flat major, Op. 24 No. B flat minor, Op. 24 No. 4 B minor, Op. 30 No. 2
C sharp minor, Op. 30 No. B minor. Op. 33 No. 4
C sharp minor, Op. 41 No. 1 E minor. Op. 41 No. 2 G major. Op. 50 No. 1
A flat major. Op. 50 No. 2
C sharp minor, Op. 50 No. 3
Aug. 17: programme includes Sonata in B flat minor

Contributors

Piano:
Vlado Perlemuter

Network Three

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