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A series of monthly discussions
Tissue Grafting
Chairman: P. B. Medawar , F.R.S.
Panel:
M. F. A. Woodruff
J. F. Loutit C.B.E., D.M. ,W. H. Hildemann, Ph.D. N. A. Mitchison, D.Phil.

Contributors

Unknown:
P. B. Medawar
Unknown:
M. F. A. Woodruff
Unknown:
J. F. Loutit C.B.E., D.M.
Unknown:
W. H. Hildemann, Ph.D.
Unknown:
N. A. Mitchison, D.Phil.

The Elizabethan Singers Conductor, Louis Halsey
0 sing unto my roundelay
John Gardner
Five songs of Robert Herrick
Christopher Headington
To music To daisies
To the western wind
Upon Julia's hair filled with dew Cherry ripe
(first performance)
First of six programmes of contemporary choral music

Contributors

Conductor:
Louis Halsey
Unknown:
John Gardner
Unknown:
Robert Herrick
Unknown:
Christopher Headington

Symphony No. 1 (1892)
Orchestra of Statsradiofonien, Denmark
Conducted by Thomas Jensen on a gramophone record
This is the first of a series of programmes in which all Nielsen's Symphonies are to be broadcast. Symphony No. (1902): May 28

Contributors

Conducted By:
Thomas Jensen

by Christopher Isherwood
Adapted for radio by Eric Ewens with Gertan Klauber and Carmen Blanck-Sichel
Production by Donald McWhinnle
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.50-10.0 app.): Movements from the Dance Suite for jazz band and symphony orchestra, by Eduard KUnneke : on a record

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Isherwood
Unknown:
Eric Ewens
Unknown:
Gertan Klauber
Unknown:
Carmen Blanck-Sichel
Production By:
Donald McWhinnle
Unknown:
Eduard Kunneke
William Bradshaw:
David Peel
Mr Norris:
Felix Felton
Schmidt, Norris's secretary:
George Herbert
Helen Pratt, a journalist:
Mary Wimbush
Baron von Pregnitz (' Kuno '):
Geoffrey Wincott
Fraulein Schroeder, Bradshaw's land lady:
Lilly Kann
Ludwig Bayer, a Communist Partyleader:
Paul Hardmuth
Anni:
Ernestine Costa
Otto:
Michael Mellinger

Third Programme

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