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Talk by H. W. R. Wade
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge Public enquiries are much in use today for settling disputes about planning schemes and other important matters. Their procedure- is often adversely compared with that of courts of law. Mr. Wade considers to what extent this comparison is a fair one.
(The recorded broadcast of Aug. 10)


Talk By:
H. W. R. Wade

The Jojk
* Jojking, if it is really clever, is so wonderful to hear that the listener almost has tears in his eyes, but when it is a jojker who swears and grinds his teeth and threatens to kill reindeer and their owners too, then it is horrible to listen to.' (Johan Turi )
A programme of recordings made recently in Lapland, with an account of the life to which these songs belong
Translations from Lappish made by Dr. Israel Ruong and David Thomson assisted by Professor Aake Campbell of Uppsala University Written and produced by David Thomson


Johan Turi
David Thomson
Assisted By:
Professor Aake Campbell
Produced By:
David Thomson

Choral and Orchestral Works
Joan Hammond (soprano) Alexander Young (tenor)
William Parsons (baritone)
BBC Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
London Symphony Orchestra
(Led by Roy Davies )
Conducted by Walter Goehr
Part 1
Christnacht, for soprano, tenor, baritone, chorus, and orchestra
Scherzo and Finale
Fruhlingschor (Manuel Venegas ). for chorus and orchestra
Mignon Der Rattenfanger


Joan Hammond
Alexander Young
William Parsons
Leslie Woodgate
Roy Davies
Conducted By:
Walter Goehr
Manuel Venegas

Part 2: Incidental Music to
Last of three programmes of music by Wolf Hugo Wolf was commissioned to provide incidental music for Ibsen's play Das Fest auf Solhaug for a production at the Vienna Burgtheater. It was composed during 1890 and 1891, and consists of two purely instrumental pieces, five choral items, Margit's ballad, and the two songs of Gudmund.


Music By:
Wolf Hugo Wolf

Third Programme

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