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Part 2
Jean-Pierre RAMPAL PIERRE PIERLOT GILBERT Coursier Paul HONGNE Paris INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE Conducted by Louis DE FROMENT
TERESA BERGANZA (mezzo-soprano)
GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD
Royal PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Sir THOMAS BEECHAM gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean-Pierre Rampal
Unknown:
Pierre Pierlot
Unknown:
Gilbert Coursier
Unknown:
Paul Hongne
Conducted By:
Louis de Froment
Mezzo-Soprano:
Teresa Berganza
Piano:
Geoffrey Parsons
Conducted By:
John Pritchard
Conducted By:
Sir Thomas Beecham

Bach's Contemporaries
THURSTON DART (harpsichord)
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (baritone)
EDITH PICHT-AXENFELD (harpsichord)
IRMGARD POPPEN (cello)
ROBERT VEYRON-LACHOIX (harpsichord)
Jean-Pierre RAMPAL (flute) JACQUES NEILZ (cello) gramophone records

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Thurston Dart
Baritone:
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Baritone:
Edith Picht-Axenfeld
Cello:
Irmgard Poppen
Harpsichord:
Robert Veyron-Lachoix
Flute:
Jean-Pierre Rampal
Cello:
Jacques Neilz

Second Test at Trent Bridge. Nottingham
Last day
The whole day's play, from the first ball to the last, described by ROBERT HUDSON BRIAN JOHNSTON OMAR KUREISHI
The visiting commentator
Comments and summaries by NORMAN Y.tRDLEY and E. W.SWANTON
10.55-1.35* including lunchtime summary
2.10*-4.20* including teatime summary
4.30-5.35 or 6.5 including close-of-play summary

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Hudson
Unknown:
Brian Johnston
Unknown:
Omar Kureishi
Unknown:
Norman Y.Trdley

Johann Strauss and Hans Christian Lumbye
0 gramophone records
N.B. Part of this programme is subject to cancellation it the extra half-hour of play in the Test Match is called upon, i.e. between
5.35 and 6.5

Contributors

Unknown:
Johann Strauss

Eight programmes for teachers and parents on the changing scene in secondary schools
Introduced by DR. F. HILLIARD
2: Examinations
The need for pupils to pass examinations dominates a great deal of the organisation and teaching In our secondary schools; in fact, for some parents this is what the schools are for. But what are examinations supposed to
Will the new Certificate of Secondary Education be a really different exam from the old G.C.E.? What do exam results tell employers and parents about a child's achievements or putential? Three headmasters involved in the development of examinations discuss these problems.
Produced by Peter Jarvis
Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By:
Dr. F. Hilliard
Produced By:
Peter Jarvis

A series of eight broadcasts
Introduced by DR. ANNE Ross
2: The Origins of the Celtic Peoples
Traces of an iron-using people, who spoke some form of Celtic language. are found in Central Europe by about 600 B.C. They are known as the Hallstatt people. By about 500 B.C. they had moved further west and the second phase of Celtic culture can be traced to La Tene in Switzerland. From there the Celts spread swiftly across Europe, conquering and settling. Their fortunes rose. fluctuated and finally declined with the Roman conquest of Gaul in 58 B.C.
Produced by Adrian Johnson
Study notes are available
Second broadcast
The Celtic World: August 22

Contributors

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

Two discussions on animal and human behaviour between
PAUL LEYHAUSEN
Director of the Max-Planck-Institut at Wuppertal and W. M. S. RUSSELL
Lecturer in Sociology, Reading University
1: Cats and Communities
Paul Leyhausen is an authority on the behaviour of the cat family. His observations have revealed unexpected social tastes in ' the cat who walks by himself.'
The Gyroscope of Social Ease: August 24

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Leyhausen

MONTEVERDI CHOIR
Conductor, JOHN Eliot GARDINER
Eeco mormorar l'onde
A un giro sol Sfogava con le stelle
Ohime! Se tante amate
Era I'anima mia
O Mirtillo
Zefiro, zefiro torna
From Hanford Parish Church.
Blandford, Dorset
Monteverdi and the Madriyal by Denis Arnold : August 20

Contributors

Conductor:
John Eliot
Unknown:
Denis Arnold

A study of his principal writings
Speakers:
JOHN BETJEMAN
OSBERT LANCASTER CHRISTOPHER SYKES SEAN O'FAOLAIN CYRIL CONNOLLY
RAYMOND MORTIMER GORONWY REES
Produced by Christopher Sykes
Second of two programmes

Contributors

Unknown:
John Betjeman
Unknown:
Osbert Lancaster
Unknown:
Christopher Sykes
Unknown:
Sean O'Faolain
Unknown:
Cyril Connolly
Unknown:
Raymond Mortimer
Unknown:
Goronwy Rees
Produced By:
Christopher Sykes

played by the AMADEUS STRING QUARTET Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Second in a series of six programmes
Haydn, Quartet in G major, Op. 77 No. 1; Schubert, Quartet m G minor (D.173). Amadeus Quartet: August 19

Contributors

Violin:
Norbert Brainin
Violin:
Siegmund Nissel
Viola:
Peter Schidlof
Cello:
Martin Lovett

Four talks on the impact of painting on English poetry in the mid-nineteenth century
1: Types and Emblems by IAN FLETCHER
Mr. Fletcher argues that the Pre-Raphaelite concentration on typology takes its origin from the revival of emblem books by the Oxford Tractarian Movement and that Rossetti, for example, ' modulates Christianity in a personal way just as if it were a myth.'
Second broadcast
Rossetti, by Edward Lucie -Smith: August 19

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Fletcher
Unknown:
Edward Lucie

Network Three

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