Philip Levi (piano)
Talk by J. Clyde Mitchell
Chorale Preludes, Op. 68
Praise the Almighty, my soul adore him; 0 God, thou faithful God; Now rest beneath night's shadow; Abide, 0 dearest Jesus; Wake, awake, for night is flying; Jesus, priceless treasure; How lovely shines the morning star; Lord, keep us steadfast in thy word; Oh, that I had a thousand voices; All depends on our possessing played by Alan Harverson (organ)
From St. Gabriel's Church,
This is the first of three programmes of chorale preludes by Flor Peeters.
Talk by L. C. B. Gower
Professor of Law in the University of London
After revolution, order. Last April European lawyers visited China to see how the Chinese people have tackled the questions of public policy, civil and criminal justice, the legal profession, and the prisons. Professor Gower gives his impressions.
A discovery for radio by Henry Reed
Production by Douglas Cleverdon and Characters from the play:
The fragments of Hilda Tablet's musique concrite renforcée and the three settings of ' There once was a garden ' realised by Donald Swann
Symphony: Die Harmonie der Welt
(1951) played by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by the composer on gramophone records
Talk by Rosemary Hughes
Molly Rankin and Ivan Samson
In 1829 Vincent Novello and his wife visited Mozart's sister, Marianne, and his widow, Constanze, in Salzburg. The Novellos noted their impressions in a diary, which has recently been discovered and published. Rosemary Hughes has based this talk on extracts from the book, which she edited.
Flora Nielsen (mezzo-soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Three speakers comment on whatever seems of most immediate interest in the world of the various arts: exhibitions, new productions in the theatre, new films and books.