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A movementsfrom a wdnd octet and a work in four movements for wind ronet played by the Dennis Briain Wind Ensemble
Leonard Brain (oboe)
Sidney sutcliffe (oboe.)
Stephen Waters (clarinet) Archie Jacob (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon) Edward Wilson (bassoon)
Kenneth Cooper (double-bassoon) Ba,rry Tuckrwell (honn) Andrew McGabin (horn)
The composer and title of each work will be announced after the performance.

Contributors

Oboe:
Leonard Brain
Oboe:
Sidney Sutcliffe
Clarinet:
Stephen Waters
Clarinet:
Archie Jacob
Bassoon:
Ronald Waller
Bassoon:
Edward Wilson
Double-Bassoon:
Kenneth Cooper
Horn:
Andrew McGabin

by Geoffrey Drayton
After 130 years of almost unbroken d.ctatorship, Venezuela is trying to make democracy work; but as Mr. Drayton, Editor of the Petroleum
Times, found on a recent visit, the success of the experiment is at least uncertain.

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Drayton

by Guy Compton
with Michael Hordern and Barbara Mitchell
Major Basset's residence, where the Major is attended by the faithful Agnes Gurd, is an elderly Mostyn Seven which he found some years ago, unclaimed and uninhabited on a lay-by. Of course, ever since he moved in he has intended it only as a temporary residence, though in the meanwhile they have both tried to make it as much of a home as possible.

Contributors

Writer:
Guy Compton
Producer:
Robin Midgley
Major Basset:
Michael Hordern
Agnes Gurd:
Barbara Mitchell
First policeman:
Wilfred Babbage
A curate:
Michael Darlow
Lady Shelmerdine:
Hester Paton Brown
A dealer:
Douglas Blackwell
Second policeman:
Harold Reese
Third policeman:
Anthony Hall

Aeolian String-Quartet
Sydney Humphreys, Robert Cooper, Watson Forbes, Derek Simpson
Onomonte String Trio Perry Hart (violin) Margaret Major (viola) Bruno Schrecker (cello)
Seventh in a series of concerts including the complete string chamber music of Shostakovich and Schoenberg

Contributors

Musician:
Sydney Humphreys
Musician:
Robert Cooper
Musician:
Watson Forbes
Musician:
Derek Simpson
Violinist:
Perry Hart
Viola:
Margaret Major
Cellist:
Bruno Schrecker

by W. A. Ward
Living in the age of Darwinism, Walter Pater met the everlasting flux with the eternal moment. Mr. Ward discusses this centre of Pater's faith in terms of his most famous essay.
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Walter Pater

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