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Catalogue d'Oiseaux Le chocard des Alpes Le loriot
La chouette hulotte L'alouette lulu
Le traquet rieur Le courlis cendré played by Yvonne Loriod (piano)
first broadcast performance in this country


Yvonne Loriod

Three talks by Peter Laslett
Lecturer in History in the University of Cambridge 2: The Solid Middle Class
In this talk Mr. Laslett discusses the amazingly small, unhomogeneous character of the so-called middle class throughout the century. He believes that this solid middle class turns out to be illusory.
: second broadcast


Peter Laslett

baritone with Gerald Moore (piano) Goethe-Lieder (Hugo Wolf) Phanomen; Der Rattenfanger Harfenspieler Lieder:
Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt An die Tiiren will ich schleichen Wer nie sein Brot mit Tranen ass
St. Nepomuks Vorabend
Anakreons Grab; Ganymed Grenzen der Menschheit on gramophone records
Last of three lieder recitals


Gerald Moore

LAWRENCE ALLOWAY talks about the work of some New York artists in their early thirties and twenties, such as Allan Kaprow, Robert Rauschenberg, and Jim Dine, who are replacing pure painting by an art open to the diverse influences of the urban environment.
Mr. Alloway, newly appointed Curator of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, bases his talk on a lecture he gave recently under the auspices of the United States Information Service in London. Recorded in New York


Lawrence Alloway

Serjeant Musgrave's Dance by JOHN ARDEN
Adapted for broadcasting by H. B. Fortuin
A radio adaptation of the stage play produced at the Royal Court Theatre in 1959 with Gordon Jackson as Serjeant Musgrave
Continued in next column
Music composed and conducted by Dudley Moore
Production by JOHN GIBSON


John Arden
Broadcasting By:
H. B. Fortuin
Gordon Jackson
Conducted By:
Dudley Moore
Production By:
John Gibson
P G Stephens
John Dearth
Wilfred Babbage
Mrs Hitchcock:
Vlvienne Chatterton
Isla Cameron
The Mayor:
John Sharp
The Parson:
Douglas Storm
The Constable:
George Hagan
Joe Bludgeon (' Bargee '):
James Bree
William Marlowe
A Pugnacious Collier:
Thomas Bowman
A Slow Collier:
Derek Blomfield
An Earnest Collier:
Tom Watson
An Officer of the Dragoons:
John Bryning
A Trooper of the Dragoons:
Jerome Brehony

Aeolian String Quartet
Sydney Humphreys (violin) Robert Cooper (violin) Watson Forbes (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)
One of a series including contemporary British chamber music


Sydney Humphreys
Robert Cooper
Watson Forbes
Derek Simpson

Third Programme

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