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: MUSIC ANTHOLOGY

Edited by Anthony Lewis
24-John Bull
Variations on Walsingham played by Frank Merrick (piano)

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Edited By: Anthony Lewis
Piano: Frank Merrick

: VIRGINIA WOOLF'S NOVELS

An appreciation by Lord David Cecil

Contributors

Unknown: Lord David Cecil

: CONCERT OF CHAMBER MUSIC

Louis Kentner (piano)
Philharmonia String Quartet:
Henry Hoist (violin). Ernest Element (violin). Herbert Downes (viola), Anthony Pini (cello)
James W. Merrett (double-bass)
Part 1

Contributors

Piano: Louis Kentner
Violin: Henry Hoist
Violin: Ernest Element
Violin: Herbert Downes
Cello: Anthony Pini
Double-Bass: James W. Merrett

: ' COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY'

In his second talk on William Cobbett, W. Baring Pemberton discusses Cobbett's vivid picture of the life of the English smallholder and peasant on the very eve of their disappearance before urban, industrial England. (On June 3 Mr. Baring Pemberton talked about Cobbett's hostility to elementary education)

: CHARLES KINGSLEY

A critical appreciation by G. M.
Young of Kingsley's work as a writer and a social thinker

: ' IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS '

12-' Strange Intelligence'
Written for broadcasting by Michael Innes
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Michael Innes
Produced By: Rayner Heppenstall
Dr Samuel Johnson: Arthur Young
James Boswell: Duncan McLntyre
James Burnett, Lord Monboddo: John Laurie
Narrator: Julian Orde

: BEETHOVEN and SCHUBERT

Marko Rothmuller (baritone)
Ernest Lush (accompanist)
Antonio Brosa (violin)
Peter Stadlen (piano)

Contributors

Baritone: Marko Rothmuller
Accompanist: Ernest Lush
Violin: Antonio Brosa
Piano: Peter Stadlen

: ' THE MEANING OF TIME IN CHRISTIAN THOUGHT'

A talk by Donald MacKinnon , Regius Professor-elect of Moral Philosophy, University of Aberdeen
Professor MacKinnon argues that a clear understanding of the difference between the temporal and the eternal distinguishes Christianity from other religions and philosophies. He believes that an understanding of the problem of time is of the utmost importance to the Christian and to Christian society; and he concludes with a discussion of the treatment of the idea of time by contemporary theologians, and shows that it offers a new approach to the problems dividing Christendom

Contributors

Talk By: Donald MacKinnon








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