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CHRISTIANE VAN ACKER
(mezzo-soprano)
MICHEL PODOLSKI (lute)
The programme includes romances by Luis de Narvaez , Diego Pisador , Alonso Mudarra , and Miguel de Fuenllana ; dances by Mudarra; a motet by Victoria; works for the vihuela by Narvaez; and villancicos by Narvaez, Pisador, Mudarra, and Morera.

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano:
Christiane van Acker
Mezzo-Soprano:
Michel Podolski
Unknown:
Luis de Narvaez
Unknown:
Diego Pisador
Unknown:
Alonso Mudarra
Unknown:
Miguel de Fuenllana

by PETER SHEPHEARD
All over America, although the suburbs grow chaotically and the countryside is being ruined, the centres of cities are being adventurously redesigned, and the schemes for the centre of Philadelphia are perhaps the most adventurous of all. During his most recent stay there Peter Shepheard , architect and connoisseur of landscape, was once again bowled over by the vitality of this thriving city of four million inhabitants, Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Shepheard
Unknown:
Peter Shepheard

A conversation recorded In
America by D. G. BRIDSON
Kenneth Rexroth discusses the literary scene in America today, with particular reference to the West Coast school of writers. He also compares the cultural and social life of Britain today with what he found before the war.

Contributors

Unknown:
D. G. Bridson
Unknown:
Kenneth Rexroth

by Robert Pinget translated by BARBARA BRAY
The first of two interviews with people who knew the famous author Alexandre Mortin.
The Old Man.....ROBERT EDDISON
The Interviewer....RlCHARD BEBS Produced by JOHN GIBSON
' Interview 2 ': Monday at 8.0

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Pinget
Translated By:
Barbara Bray
Unknown:
Alexandre Mortin.
Unknown:
Robert Eddison
Produced By:
John Gibson

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