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Adelaide, Op. 46
Marmotte, Op. 52 No. Der Kuss
An die Hoffnung, Op. 94
Neue Liebe, neues Leben, Op.
75 No.2
Aus Goethes Faust, Op. 75
No.3 sung by HERMANN PREY (baritone) with GERALD MOORE (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Sung By:
Hermann Prey
Piano:
Gerald Moore

A series of scientific case-histories
5: Paying Attentionby DONALD BROADBENT -
Director of the M.R.C. Unit of Applied Psychology, Cambridge 'About ten years ago I published an experiment which showed, or so I thought, that if you're attending to one source of information it takes time to shift attention away to something else.' Two Oxford undergraduates challenged Mr. Broadbent's conclusion, and everyone had to think again.
Second broadcast
The Edinburgh Spectrophone, by Professor T. L. CottreU : Feb. 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Broadbent
Unknown:
Professor T. L. Cottreu
on Third Programme

A revolutionary drama by Lord Byron adapted for radio by J. H. WATSON with John Neville and William Devlin
Music composed by Elisabeth Lutyens conducted by Marcus Dods
Produced by R. D. SMITH Continued in next column
Cast in order of speaking:
Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Lord Byron
Unknown:
J. H. Watson
Unknown:
John Neville
Unknown:
William Devlin
Composed By:
Elisabeth Lutyens
Conducted By:
Marcus Dods
Produced By:
R. D. Smith
Adam:
Godfrey Kenton
Zillah:
Diana Olsson
Cain:
John Neville
Abel:
Leo Maguire
Eve:
Joan Peart
Adah:
Catherine Dolan
Lucifer:
William Devlin
Angel:
Anthony Jacobs

Robert Conquest gives the last of his four contributions to this series of fortnightly commentaries on a theme suggested by events of the previous two weeks
Feb. 15: Peter Calvocorestl

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Calvocorestl

† DENIS STEVENS discusses some of the Issues raised by H. C. Robbins Landon in his article A Pox on Manlredini in which he argued that the vogue for the lesser figures of the Baroque had little real musical Justification.

Contributors

Unknown:
Denis Stevens
on Third Programme

Tempi concertatl for flute, violin, two pianos, and large ensemble first broadcast in this country
CHAMBER ENSEMBLE OF THE DARMSTADT SUMMER SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Conducted by BRUNO MADERNA
Recording made available by couft tesy of Radio Frankfurt followed by an interlude at 10.59

Contributors

Conducted By:
Bruno Maderna

Third Programme

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