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A study of the Hopi Indians of Arizona by Ernest Beaglehole
What conditions the distinctive culture of any racial group, and how does a culture affect the personality of individuals? The speaker, who is Head of the Department of Psychology at Wellington, New Zealand, has hved among the Hopi. He gives an account of this tribe and of its value to sociologists in the study of these questions. (The recorded broadcast of Feb. 3)


Ernest Beaglehole

The Bodley Singers
Conductor, Bernard Rose
Valda Aveling (clavichord)
Chansons: L'aubesipin ; Pourquoi tournez vous?; Au mois de mai; Regret
Clavichord :
Fantasia; Praeludium-Toccata
Chansons: Je sens i'ardeur; Quand je voy; Elle est a vous; Bref a vous
(The chansons are recorded)
First of three programmes of music by Sweelinck


Bernard Rose

An account of Joseph Paxton 's design for the Crystal Palace and its realisation, in Hyde Park between July 1850 and May 1851
Written by Yvonne ffrench and Douglas Cleverdon
(Continued in next column)
Production by Douglas Cleverdon


Joseph Paxton
Hyde Park
Written By:
Yvonne Ffrench
Written By:
Douglas Cleverdon
Production By:
Douglas Cleverdon
The Prince Consort:
Walter Rilla
Queen Victoria:
Pauline Wynn
Lord Granville:
Heron Carvic
Joseph Paxton:
Ivan Samson
Henry Cole:
Malcolm Hayes
Mrs Villiers:
May Hallatt
Col Sibthorp:
Felix Felton
Charles Dickens:
Roger Delgado
Charles E Stidwill
Neville Hartley
The Times:
Norman Shehey
The Builder:
Ernest Jay
The Illustrated London News:
James Ottaway
James McKechnie

Manoug Parikian (violin)
John Francis (flute)
James Gifob (piano)
George Malcolm (harpsichord)
Marie Korchinska (harp)
Josephine Lee (celesta)
The Boyd Neel Orchestra
(Leader, Maurice Clare )
Conducted by Georges Enesco
First of three concerts conducted by Georges Enesco in which all the Brandenburg Concertos are to be played
Next concert: August 7


John Francis
James Gifob
George Malcolm
Marie Korchinska
Josephine Lee
Maurice Clare
Conducted By:
Georges Enesco
Conducted By:
Georges Enesco

Vier ernste Gesänge, Op. 121
Denn es gehet dem Menschen wie dem Vieh : Ich wandte mich; 0 Tod, wie bitter bist du; Wenn ich mit Mensohen- und mit Engelzungen rede.te sung by Trevor Anthony (bass) with Frederick Stone (piano)
Another performance, by Ludwig Weber (baritone): August 19


Sung By:
Trevor Anthony
Frederick Stone
Ludwig Weber

Third Programme

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