Programme Index

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by Sir John Summerson
Sir John's talk is occasioned by Reyner Banham 's recently published book Theorv and Design in the First Machine Age. In it Dr. Banham has analysed the development of the modern movement in architecture in the early years of this century.
(: second broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir John Summerson
Unknown:
Reyner Banham
on Third Programme

Toccata, Adagio, and Fugue In C Chorale and Variations:
0 Gott. du frommer Gott
Toccata in F played by Hans Vollenweider on the organ of the Reformed Church at Thalwil. Switzerland

Contributors

Played By:
Hans Vollenweider

A surburban dialogue after the manner of Ionesco by James Saunders
Produced by Michael Bakewell and Alfred Bradley

Contributors

Unknown:
James Saunders
Produced By:
Michael Bakewell
Produced By:
Alfred Bradley
Mr Pringle:
Maurice Denham
Mrs Pringle:
Rosamund Greenwood

by Hugh Berrington Lecturer in Government at the University College of North Staffordshire, Keele
Against the background of current discussion on a possible revival of the Liberal Party Mr. Berrington analyses the extent to which such a revival has already begun, and considers the scope and depth of change in the domestic political scene necessary to make it effective.

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Berrington

Ode on a Grecian Urn
Ode on Melancholy: Ode to Psyche Ode to a Nightingale: To Autumn
Introduced by Derek Birch
The recordings of these poems were made by Robert Donat on various occasions over a number of years and are now collected for the first time.
(: second broadcast)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Derek Birch
Unknown:
Robert Donat

The Maegibbon String Quartet:
Margot Macgibbon (violin)
Lorraine du Val (violin)
Anatole Mines (viola) Lilly Phillips (cello)
Last of five programmes each including a quartet by Haydn and a quartet by a twentieth-century composer.

Contributors

Violin:
Margot MacGibbon
Violin:
Lorraine du Val
Viola:
Anatole Mines
Cello:
Lilly Phillips

Third Programme

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More