Talk by Stuart Hampshire
Stuart Hampshire, Fellow of New College, Oxford, discusses the principles and attitudes revealed in Mr. Stevenson's recently published speeches, and their significance in contemporary politics.
Talk by Stuart Hampshire
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Gilbert Murray who has recorded a short introductory talk
Music composed and conducted by Dennis Arundeld
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Leader of the Chorus. Molly Rankin
Chorus of Women of Argos-
Ann Codrington , Dorothy Green Patricia Hilliard , Mary Kenton
Sehri Saklatvala and a section of the BBC Women's Chorus
Produced by Peter Watts
played by Kathleen Long
The sixth of thirteen programmes devised and introduced by Edward Lockspeiser.
A series of talks on current legal issues
I-The Question of Damages for Shock by A. L. Goodhart K.B.E., Q.C
Master of University College,
Quartet in C (K.465) played by the Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
A talk by Manfred F. Bukofzer
The speaker, who has been Professor of Music in the University of California since 1946, has been collecting and transcribing Dunstable's music for the last twenty years.
An illustrated talk by Gwyn Williams
Arthur Williams , Rhydwen Williams Considerable poetry was written in Welsh as early as the sixth century, though not necessarily in the country now known as Wales. The pleasures and pains of putting this early poetry into English are shown from the translations of Thomas Grey , of William Barnes , and (more extensively) of the speaker himself.
Opera in four acts by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica based on scenes from Henri Murger 's
Scènes de la Vie deBoheme'
Music by Puccini on gramophone records
Cast in order of singing:
N.B.C. Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
CONDUCTED BY ARTURO TOSCANINI
Scene: Paris, about 1830
A garret: Christmas Eve
The someday: a square in the Latin Quarter
A series of eight talks by Christopher Salmon
1-Beginning the Journey
In his opening talk Mr. Salmon suggests that national life should be described not in political or economic terms but as a fabric made up of personal relations.
Dawn at the Barrière d'Enfer in February
The garret: some months later
Michael Grant gives an assessment of the historian on the fiftieth anniversary of his death
Although Mommsen died in 1903 it was not until 1948 that the publication of a suppressed clause in his will revealed the historian's own view of himself. ' In my life,' he said, ' in spite of my external successes I have failed.' Michael Grant , who is Professor of Humanity at Edinburgh University, speaks of Mommsen's qualities as a historian and of the grounds for his sense of failure.
Eilidh McNab (soprano) Ann Dowdall (soprano) Wilfred Brown (tenor) Trevor Anthony (bass) Edward Selwyn (oboe)
. Geraint Jones (organ)
A Chamber Ensemble
Directed from the harpsichord by Geraint Jones