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PART 1: The Older Stratum
Compiled and introduced by A. L. LLOYD with JACK. JOHN, PETER, and PAT ELLIOTT
JOHN PANDRICH , JOHN REEVEY
LOU KILLEN , COLIN ROSS and the BIRTLEY FOLK SONG CLUB
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
In the last hundred years the creation of folk song in England has passed almost entirely from the rural countryside to the industrial areas. As in other parts of Europe, a rich and flourishing tradition of industrial folk song is found among the miners, particularly in Northumbria. This, the first of two programmes recorded in the mining village of Birtley, Co. Durham, is concerned with the earlier songs, culminating In the fierce strike-ballads of the 1880s.

Contributors

Introduced By:
A. L. Lloyd
Introduced By:
Pat Elliott
Unknown:
John Pandrich
Unknown:
John Reevey
Unknown:
Lou Killen
Unknown:
Colin Ross
Produced By:
Douglas Cleverdon

Symphony No. 2, in C minor original version played by the NETHERLANDS RADIO
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HAITINK Recording made available by courtesy of the Netherlands Radio Union
Fourth of a series of programmes including all Bruckner's symphonies. No. 3: February
Bruckner and the Symphony, a 24-page booklet by Dr. Robert Simpson . can be obtained, price 3s. 6d from BBC Publications, [address removed] or from newsagents or booksellers.

Contributors

Conducted By:
Bernard Haitink
Unknown:
Dr. Robert Simpson

by J. A. M. RILLIE of the Department of EnglMt, University of Glasgow
Theology and literary aesthetics make uneasy bedfellows; yet theologians, critics, novelists, poets, and even philosophers have tried to exploit the two-way analogy between the artist and the Creator. Mr. Rillie argues that although most uses of the analogy have been ' false ' there is one standpoint from which it can illuminate both theology and criticism.

Contributors

Unknown:
J. A. M. Rillie

in twelve weekly parts
New translations specially commissioned from contemporary poets PART 4: Cantos 9-11
The Fallen Angels and the Heretics translated by HUGH GORDON PORTEUS
Reader, DENIS GOACHER
Narrator, ROBERT RIETTS
Series arranged by Terence Tiller

Contributors

Translated By:
Hugh Gordon
Reader:
Denis Goacher
Arranged By:
Terence Tiller

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