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0 A gramophone record of excerpts from Rossini's opera with TERESA BERGANZA. UGO BENELLI MANUEL AUSENSI FERNANDO CORENA
NICOLAI GHIAUROV , AND THE
Rossini CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF NAPLES
Conducted by SILVIO VARVlSO

Contributors

Unknown:
Ugo Benelli
Unknown:
Manuel Ausensi
Unknown:
Fernando Corena
Unknown:
Nicolai Ghiaurov
Conducted By:
Silvio Varvlso

Second Test
Second day at Trent Bridge, Nottingham
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The whole day's play, from the first ball to the last described by ROBERT HUDSON
BRIAN JOHNSTON
OMAR KUREISHI the visiting commentator
Conunents and summaries by NORMAN YARDLEY and E. W. SWANTON
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11.25-1.35* including lunchtime summary
2.10*-4.20* including teatime summary
4.30*-6.35
Including close of play summary

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Hudson
Unknown:
Brian Johnston
Unknown:
Omar Kureishi
Unknown:
Norman Yardley

A series of programmes for parents and school leavers with 0- and A-level qualifications on the choice of careers and the different forms of training available
Forestry
Introduced by MICHAEL SMEE
Produced by Peter Jarvis
Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Smee
Produced By:
Peter Jarvis

1: Disaster and Revival
Introduced by RICHARD Hiscocks
Professor of International Relations at the University of Sussex
From the destruction of the Second World War the Federal Republic of Germany has emerged as a great industrial nation and the world's second largest exporter. Britain has been continually told that the Germans work harder and plan better to produce economic success, but the British attitude to Germany and the Germans remains ambivalent. This first programme looks at West Germany's reconstruction through the eyes of some of those responsible for it and examines the German repudiation of the past.
Produced by Chris Cuthbertson
First broadcast on March 20

Contributors

Introduced By:
Richard Hiscocks
Produced By:
Chris Cuthbertson

Four documentary programmes by GERALD LEACH
3: Avoiding Actions
The first two programmes were about the unpleasant surprises from technology's impact on nature: pesticide build-up: over-productive streams as fertilisers run off the fields: or our own resistance to antibiotics like penicillin. All these are with us now, but already we are engineering for ourselves the next generation of problems. Somehow the biologists must forecast what they will be. And this is probably easier than persuading governments to listen to this biological voice-and take avoiding action.
Prepared from conversations recorded with DR. JOHN KENDREW F.R.S. , DR. PALMER NEWBOULD
PROFESSOR J. W. S. PRINGLE, F.R.S.
PROFESSOR JOHN MAYNARD SMITH
PROFESSOR W. H. THORPE. F.R.S. PROFESSOR C. H. WADDINGTON, F.R.S.
Produced by Mick Rhodes
Second broadcast
Dreams and Goals: August 17

Contributors

Unknown:
Gerald Leach
Unknown:
Dr. John Kendrew F.R.S.
Unknown:
Dr. Palmer Newbould
Unknown:
Professor J. W. S. Pringle, F.R.S.
Unknown:
Professor John Maynard Smith
Unknown:
Professor W. H. Thorpe. F.R.S.
Unknown:
Professor C. H. Waddington, F.R.S.
Produced By:
Mick Rhodes

A new play by Fritz Hochwalder
Translated and adapted for radio by MICHAEL BULLOCK with Anthony Jacobs and Norman Shelley
+ Produced by MARTIN ESSLIN

Contributors

Play By:
Fritz Hochwalder
Unknown:
Michael Bullock
Unknown:
Anthony Jacobs
Unknown:
Norman Shelley
Produced By:
Martin Esslin
Huett, headmaster:
Godfrey Kenton
Zagl, waiter at the White Lamb:
Duncan McIntyre
Schnopf medical officer, retired:
James Thomason
Ybbsgruber builder:
,rolf Lefebvre
Ziereis police inspector:
John Hollis
Steglinde, Steisshauptl's daughter:
Eva Haddon
Grappina:
Margaret Wolfit
Kerz:
Anthony Jacobs
Burgerl, cook at the White Lamb:
Kathleen Helme
Steisshauptl, owner of the White Lamb.:
Norman Shelley
Suppinger, lawyer:
Denys Hawthorne
Stadlmeier, industrialist:
Ralph Truman

An anthology of poems by the Scottish poet chosen and introduced by Edwin Morgan to illustrate the range and variety of his work over fifty years
Readers. TOM FLEMING HUGH MACDIARMID and ROBERT TROTTER
Produced by George Bruce

Contributors

Introduced By:
Edwin Morgan
Readers:
Tom Fleming
Readers:
Hugh MacDiarmid
Readers:
Robert Trotter
Produced By:
George Bruce

Network Three

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