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Donald Bell (baritone) Martin Isepp (piano)
Schumann Ins Freie
Ich wandelte unter den Bitumen Der Hidalgo
Schubert Im Friihling
Der Musensohn
Die Liebe hat gelogen
Gruppe aus dem Tartarus
Beethoven
Six Songs of Gellert

Contributors

Piano:
Martin Isepp
Unknown:
Schubert Im Friihling
Unknown:
Die Liebe

by Edwin Mullins
To launch a new literary magazine in Paris, two young men, of whom Mr. Mullins was one, threw a party. It might have been the usual ' tout Paris' affair had not Henry Miller agreed to attend it and meet his pre-war young friend, Lawrence Durrell.
BBO recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Edwin Mullins
Unknown:
Henry Miller
Unknown:
Lawrence Durrell.

by Harold Silver
Lecturer in Liberal Studies. Chelsea College of Science and Technology
The President of Guinea, Monsieur Sekou Toure , is widely regarded as a doctrinaire Marxist who has built up an African State essentially Communist both in its structure and in its foreign alignments. Mr. Silver, who has recently visited Guinea, believes that this view ignores important features in the nature of African Nationalism. He examines the political ideas and the policy of Monsieur Toure since Guinea opted out of the Communau in 1958.

Contributors

Unknown:
Monsieur Sekou Toure
Unknown:
Monsieur Toure

or How to Find a Poet
' A kind of fairy story ' by ZOFIA ILINSKA
Produced by Louis MACNEICK
: third broadcast

Contributors

Produced By:
Louis MacNeick
First Person:
Denys Hawthorne
Cecil:
Frank Duncan
Bartholomew:
Charles Leno
Claude:
Patrick Magee
First Poet:
John Gabriel
First Poetess:
Selma Vaz Dias
Second Poet:
Richard Hurndall
Second Poetess:
Mary Wimbusb

String Quartets
G, Op. 64 No. 4; F, Op. 77 No. 3 played by the Amadeus String Quartet
Norbert Brainin , Siegmund Nissel Peter Schidlof , Martin Lovett
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Norbert Brainin
Unknown:
Siegmund Nissel
Unknown:
Peter Schidlof
Unknown:
Martin Lovett

Third Programme

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