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A monodrama
Poem by Marie Pappenheim
Music by ARNOLD SCHOENBERG
Helga Pilarczyk (soprano)
BBC Northern Orchestra Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by Jacques-Louis Monod

Contributors

Unknown:
Marie Pappenheim
Music By:
Arnold Schoenberg
Soprano:
Helga Pilarczyk
Leader:
Reginald Stead
Conducted By:
Jacques-Louis Monod

Pioneers in a County Office
A conversation between Peter Laslett
Fellow of Trinity College. Cambridge and William Allen until last summer Chief Architect at the Building Research Station
The schools built by British local authorities over the last fifteen years have created a new and much more stimulating educational environment for children. This development was pioneered at the County Office in Hertfordshire just after the war. Speaking as a social historian Peter Laslett questions William Allen , who saw the experiment take shape, about some of the ideas underlying it.
This is the first of a group of programmes about the social and architectural implications of this successful example of public patronage.
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
William Allen
Unknown:
Peter Laslett
Unknown:
William Allen

by BERTOLT BRECHT
Translated by Charlotte Lloyd and A. L. Lloyd
2: About base materialism; about freethinkers; Ziffel writes his memoirs; about the growing number of important people; about monsters; moderate demands of schools with David Kossoff as Ziffel and Peter Sallis as Kalle
Narrator, Malcolm Hayes
Second of four programmes of extracts from Brecht's posthumous collection of dialogues between two German refugees

Contributors

Translated By:
Charlotte Lloyd
Unknown:
A. L. Lloyd
Unknown:
David Kossoff
Unknown:
Peter Sallis
Narrator:
Malcolm Hayes

The Amadeus String Quartet Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Recorded at a public concert given in the Victoria and Albert Museum , London on January 7
First of four programmes to include Schubert's chamber music for strings

Contributors

Violin:
Norbert Brainin
Viola:
Peter Schidlof
Cello:
Martin Lovett
Cello:
Albert Museum

Five talks by W. G. Runciman Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
2: Karl Marx and Max Weber
Mr. Runciman compares the two great founders of modern political sociology and analyses the relations between their sociology and philosophy of politics, especially Marx's notion of alienation and Weber's notion of charismatic authority.

Contributors

Unknown:
Karl Marx
Unknown:
Max Weber

The Medieval Cornish play freely translated into English verse and adapted for broadcasting by TERENCE TILLER
Music composed by Elizabeth Paston Sections of the New Symphony Orchestra and of the Covent Garden Singers conducted by Douglas Robinson with George Macpherson (baritone)
Production by TERENCE TILLER
: a new version of the programme first broadcast in 1951 The Harrowing of Hell: April 21
See page 14

Contributors

Broadcasting By:
Terence Tiller
Composed By:
Elizabeth Paston
Conducted By:
Douglas Robinson
Baritone:
George MacPherson
Production By:
Terence Tiller
Narrator:
Garard Green
Judas:
Gerik Schjelderup
Annas:
Hugh Burden
First guard:
Philip Cunningham
Second guard:
Eric Phillips
Third guard:
Julian Somers
Peter:
Ralph Truman
James:
David Spenser
John:
Frank Duncan
Caiaphas:
Geoffrey Wincott
Pilate:
Noel Johnson
Herod:
John Chandos
Mary:
Olive Gregg
Mary, Mother of James:
Thea Wells
Mary Salome:
Prunella Scales

Third Programme

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