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A discussion between Dr. Harold Darke , Geraint Jones , Dr. H. Lowery , and Professor J. A. Westrup /
The advantages and disadvantages of the baroque organ have been hotly debated recently, in particular for the performance of Bach'. music.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr. Harold Darke
Unknown:
Geraint Jones
Unknown:
Dr. H. Lowery
Unknown:
Professor J. A. Westrup

by T. C. Worsley
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
The Polonskys _ .
Angela Baddeley and Oliver Burt
Ivan Sergeyvitch Turgenev
Michael Redgrave
Madame Savin , an actress....Julia Lang with Lewis Wilson
The date is 1880. TuTgenev has returned to Russia for 'the first production of A Month in the Country. Behind hiim in France he leaves the woman who has dominated his life for more -than thirty years — Madame Viardot , otherwise known as Pauline Garcia , an- opera singer.
followed by an interlude at 7.40

Contributors

Unknown:
T. C. Worsley
Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Unknown:
Angela Baddeley
Unknown:
Oliver Burt
Unknown:
Ivan Sergeyvitch Turgenev
Unknown:
Michael Redgrave
Unknown:
Madame Savin
Unknown:
Julia Lang
Unknown:
Lewis Wilson
Unknown:
Madame Viardot
Unknown:
Pauline Garcia

* The Black Legend'
P. E. Russell gives the second of a group of talks
The American historian W. H. Prescott said of sixteenth-century Spain that it was a land shut out from the light.' Opinions like this, widely held abroad, form part of what Spaniards call ' the Black Legend.' P. E. Russell, Professor of Spanish Studies at Oxford, draws attention to 'the legend's effect on Spanish life and letters; and, in an attempt to discover how far it is ttue, he examines some of the main features of the Renaissance in Spain.

Contributors

Unknown:
P. E. Russell
Unknown:
W. H. Prescott

A monthly magazine of new poetry and prose, edited and introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
Contributions from
James Reeves. Arthur Gore Vernon Scannell , Isabel Seed
S. Thomas Ansell , R. F. Willetts
Paul West , John Bain
Michael Hamburger
Sydney Goodsir Smith
L. A. G. Strong , Patrick O'Brian
Readers:
Peter Augustine , Hugh Burden
William Devlin , Felix Felton
Ruth Lodge , Ian Stewart

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
James Reeves.
Unknown:
Arthur Gore
Unknown:
Vernon Scannell
Unknown:
Isabel Seed
Unknown:
S. Thomas Ansell
Unknown:
R. F. Willetts
Unknown:
Paul West
Unknown:
John Bain
Unknown:
Michael Hamburger
Unknown:
Sydney Goodsir Smith
Unknown:
L. A. G. Strong
Readers:
Patrick O'Brian
Readers:
Peter Augustine
Readers:
Hugh Burden
Readers:
William Devlin
Unknown:
Felix Felton
Unknown:
Ruth Lodge
Unknown:
Ian Stewart

Talk by Geoffrey Barraclough
Geoffrey Barradough speaks about The Great Frontier, a book recently published by the Texan historian Walter Prescott Webb. In this book Professor Webb putt forward an interpretation of modern history based on a study of European expansion since the sixteenth century into the new territories beyond the seas.
(The recorded broadcast of Nov. 6)

Contributors

Talk By:
Geoffrey Barraclough
Talk By:
Geoffrey Barradough
Unknown:
Walter Prescott

Third Programme

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