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: SCIENCE SURVEY

In this week's programme Professor P. M. S. Blackett , F.R.S., talks about cosmic rays; and Professor C. A. Lovatt Evans , F.R.S., about the heart as a pump

Contributors

Unknown: M. S. Blackett
Unknown: Professor C. A. Lovatt Evans

: BRAHMS

Trio in E flat for horn, violin, and piano played by Norman Del Mar (horn)
Max Rostal (violin)
Franz Osborn (piano)

Contributors

Horn: Norman Del Mar
Violin: Max Rostal
Piano: Franz Osborn

: CONTEMPORARY MUSIC AND THE LISTENER-5

' Benjamin Britten and the English Tradition': an illustrated talk by Henry Boys

Contributors

Unknown: Benjamin Britten
Talk By: Henry Boys

: Saturday-Evening ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
BBC Chorus
(Chorus Master, Leslie Woodgate )
Part 1

Contributors

Conducted By: Clarence Raybould
Chorus Master: Leslie Woodgate

: 'THE POET AND HIS CRITIC'

A serial survey of some contemporary verse-2
The Poet: C. Day Lewis
The Critic: L. A. G. Strong
A sequence of four programmes is devoted to each Poet and Critic. The first comprises a number of poems selected by the Critic, as an introduction. In the second, the Critic expresses his personal attitude to poetry and his appreciation of the Poet. In the third, the Poet replies. The fourth programme, introduced also by the Critic, consists of further examples of the Poet's work, which they have chosen in collaboration
Presented by E. J. King Bull

Contributors

Unknown: L. A. G. Strong
Presented By: E. J. King

: Saturday-Evening ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2
From the People's Palace, London

Contributors

Momus: Elsie Suddaby
Mercurius: Maude Baker
Tmolus: Rene Soamea
Midas: Alfred Hepworth
Phoebus: George Pizzey
Pan: Henry Cummings

: ' Living Writers '—9 WALTER DE LA MARE

as a prose writer by DYLAN THOMAS
A weekly series of critiques in which one contemporary writer Is examined by another, with illustrations from his work

Contributors

Unknown: Dylan Thomas

: 'IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS'

3—' Aristotle's Mother:
An Argument in Athens '
Written for broadcasting by Herbert Read and produced by Rayner Heppenstall. With Alan Wheatley as Aristotle, Ivan Samson as Protogenes, and Norman Shelley as Apelles. (Recording of Sunday's broadcast)

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Herbert Read
Produced By: Rayner Heppenstall.
Unknown: Alan Wheatley
Unknown: Ivan Samson
Unknown: Norman Shelley

: ' THE MAGIC FLUTE'

An opera in two acts by Mozart on gramophone records
Act 2 and and and and Favres Sololsten Vereinigung Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham , Bt.

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Thomas Beecham
Sarastro, the High Priest: Wilhelm Strienz
Two priests: Ernst Fabbry
Two priests: Walter Grossman
Three ladies.: Hilde Scheppan
Three ladies: Elfride Marherr
Three ladies: Rut Berglund
Tamlno: Helge Roswaenge
Papageno: Gerhard Husch
Monostatos, a Moor: Heinrich Tessmer
The Queen of the Night: Erna Berger
Three acolytes.: Irma Beilke
Three acolytes.: Carla Spletter
Three acolytes.: Rut Berglund
Pamlna: Tiana Lemnitz
Two men in armour: Heinrich Tessmer
Two men in armour: Walter Grossman
Papagena: Irma Beilke








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