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Music in the Third Programme
6.0
by BEDRICH JANACEK Five Little Preludes and Fugues Karel Boleslav Jirak (first broadcast performance)
Prelude, Toccata, and Chaconne...Brian Brockless (first performance)
Recorded in St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London

Handel in Italy
6.55 JENNIFER VYVYAN (soprano) THE BASIL LAM SONATA ENSEMBLE: Patrick Halling (violin) Marjorie Lavers (violin) Terence Weil (cello) Basil Lam (harpsichord) Sonata in A, for violin and continuo...Corelli, arr. Germiniani
Cantata: Lucrezia, for soprano and continuo...Handel
Trio-Sonata in G minor, Op. 2 No. 8...Handel
The last of a series o€žf four programmes of music by Handel and his Italian contemporaries, devised by Basil Lam

THE SATURDAY CONCERT
Part 1 BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Part 2 (Leader, Paul Beard)
8.10-9.15 Conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT
PART I Paris: The song of a great city...Delius
Symphonic Variations...Niels Viggo Bemzon (first performance in this country)

PART 2 Symphony No. 5...Prokofiev
Schubert and Wolf

10.30
BRUCE BOYCE (baritone) FREDERICK STONE (piano)
Schubert Auflosung; Totengrabers Heimwehe; Litanei Wol) Das Standchen; Heimweh (Wer in die Fremde) Peregrina I; Peregrina 2; Auftrag; Epiphanias

A recollection spoken by Sir Geoffrey Keynes with some ^P^'^erfBrooke
Henry James and Rupert Brooke
Carleton read by Hobbs and GabrielWoolf
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
In 1909 Henry James accepted an invitation to pay his first visit to Cambridge.
It was during this June weekend that he made the acquaintance of Rupert Brooke. The climax of the visit was a 'floating idyll' in a punt, poled by Rupert Brooke , with Henry James comfortably disposed upon the canons

Contributors

Spoken By:
Sir Geoffrey Keynes
Unknown:
Henry James
Unknown:
Rupert Brooke
Production By:
Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown:
Henry James
Unknown:
Rupert Brooke.
Unknown:
Rupert Brooke
Unknown:
Henry James

between sociology and politics
In the view of J. D. B. MILLER , Professor of Politics in the University of Leicester, Noel Annan in his recently published Hobhouse Lecture claims too much for sociology and too little for politics.
Professor Miller contends that sociology is not enough in itself to present an effective view of man in society.

Contributors

Unknown:
J. D. B. Miller
Unknown:
Noel Annan

Translations by Jerzy Peterkiewicz and Burns Singer fetid by Denis McCarthy and Allan McClelland The programme includes selections from the work of eleven poets from Kochanowski (1530-1584) to Lesmian (1878-1037). Jerzy Peterkiewicz and Burns
Singer introduce the poems, which they present as samples of a neglected literature among the richest in Europe.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jerzy Peterkiewicz
Unknown:
Denis McCarthy
Unknown:
Allan McClelland
Unknown:
Jerzy Peterkiewicz

Third Programme

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