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Talk by Reyner Banham
The speaker, who is a lecturer in the history of design at the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts, suggests that the standards by which the design of mass-produced goods is judged need to be put on a broader basis than is provided by accepted theories of industrial design-that, in fact, man and not the product is the end in view.

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Talk By:
Reyner Banham

Quartet in A, Op. 20 No. 6 Quartet in C, Op. 33 No. 3 played by the Allegri String Quartet:
Eli Goren. James Barton
Patrick Ireland , William Pleeth
This is the first of a series of six programmes of Haydn quartets played by the Allegri String Quartet.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eli Goren.
Unknown:
James Barton
Unknown:
Patrick Ireland
Unknown:
William Pleeth

A group of three programmes
1-Moden Poets
Including the work of Pascoaes, Pessanha, Afonso Duarte , Sa-Carnciro,
Pessoa, Regio Boto , Torga, Carlos Queiroz , and Casais Monteiro.
Selected and introduced by Alberto de Lacerda with translations by Nora Wydenbruck , W. S. Merwin
Roy Campbell , Leonard Downes
Readers:
Martina Mayne , Martin Starkie
Anthony White , Sophia Andresen and Jorge de Sena
Produced by Sasha Moorsom

Contributors

Unknown:
Afonso Duarte
Unknown:
Regio Boto
Unknown:
Carlos Queiroz
Unknown:
Casais Monteiro.
Introduced By:
Alberto de Lacerda
Unknown:
Nora Wydenbruck
Unknown:
W. S. Merwin
Unknown:
Roy Campbell
Readers:
Leonard Downes
Readers:
Martina Mayne
Readers:
Martin Starkie
Unknown:
Anthony White
Unknown:
Sophia Andresen
Unknown:
Jorge de Sena
Produced By:
Sasha Moorsom

An oratorio for soloists chorus and orchestra
(Text by Thomas Braun )
Lucy Tilly (soprano)
Yetty Martens (mezzo-soprano)
Franz Mertens (tenor)
Maurice de Groot e (bass)
Le Concours des
Concerts artistiques de Roulers
Grand Orchestre Symphonique
Conductor, Daniel Sternefeld

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Braun
Soprano:
Lucy Tilly
Mezzo-Soprano:
Yetty Martens
Tenor:
Franz Mertens
Tenor:
Maurice de Groot
Conductor:
Daniel Sternefeld

by Kaj Munk
Translated by R. P. Keigwin and freely adapted for radio by John D. Stewart
and Music composed by Christopher Whelen
Produced by John Gibson

Contributors

Unknown:
Kaj Munk
Translated By:
R. P. Keigwin
Unknown:
John D. Stewart
Composed By:
Christopher Whelen
Produced By:
John Gibson
A Voice:
Charles Witherspoon
Michael, a strong farmer:
J G Devlin
His sons: Peter:
Harry Towb
His sons: Andrew:
Maurice O'Callaghan
His sons: John:
Denis Hawthorn
Agnes, Peter's wife:
Margaret Darcy
The Minister:
Charles Witherspoon
Mary:
June Rodgers
Ruth:
Margaret Beattie
The Doctor:
Harold Goldblatt
Reuben, a tailor and preacher:
James Boyce
Esther Reuben's daughter:
Kathleen Feenan
Annie, a village convert:
Elizabeth Begley
Gertrude Lenon,:
John McBride,
His sons:Gertrude Lenon,:
Charles Owen

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