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Three talks by GRAHAM HOUGH Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge 1: The Muse as Mentor
Mr. Hough considers the demands that are made of imaginative literature in our time. the pressures to which it is subject, and the state of literary education. In this first talk he discusses the taking over by literature of the traditional functions of philosophy and religion.
Second broadcast
The Moral Censor: August 12

Conductor, SAFFORD CAFE
Balletti (Gastoldi)
Caccia d'amore II Premiato
L'innamorato II Piacere La Bellezza
Glorie d'amore II Belhumore
Chansons (Jannequin)
Las! povre coeur
Le chant des oyseaux II estoit une fillette
Ma peine n'est pas grande-Au joli jeu on a gramophone record

A short story by MIROSLAV KRLEZA
Translated from the Croatian and arranged for broadcasting by Dorian Cooke
Read by Kenneth Griffith
' While I still breathe and while I still move I am inseparably bound to that immense procession of which I am a part, and the numberless faces of the numberless dead are really my forerunners. They journey away before me on another railway route.' Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Production by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Second broadcast

Contributors

Read By:
Kenneth Griffith
Production By:
Michael Bakewell

given on Thursday, May 25, 1961
CLIFFORD CURZON (piano) with Members of the AMADEUS STRING QUARTET Norbert Brainin (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) and J. EDWARD MERRETT (double-bass)
LEONARD STEIN (piano)
Part 1

Contributors

Piano:
Clifford Curzon
Violin:
Norbert Brainin
Viola:
Peter Schidlof
Cello:
Martin Lovett
Piano:
Leonard Stein

Two talks by W M S. RUSSELL exploring the application of ethology to some human problems 2: Signals and Shibboleths
In his first talk Dr. Russell examined the role of human automatic behaviour in culturat groups. Now he turns to the interplay of individuals and groups, and its relevance for peace and creative activity.

Contributors

Unknown:
S. Russell

Some song writers of the popular folk-song revival in Britain singing their own songs ENOCH Kent of London
CYRIL TAWNEY of Plymouth
MATT MCGINN of Glasgow
JOHNNY HANDLE of Newcastle and EWAN MACCOLL
PEGGY SEEGER A critical appraisal compiled and introduced by CHARLES PARKER
See page 12

Contributors

Songs:
Enoch Kent
Unknown:
Cyril Tawney
Unknown:
Matt McGinn
Unknown:
Johnny Handle
Unknown:
Ewan MacColl
Unknown:
Peggy Seeger
Introduced By:
Charles Parker

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