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: HAYDN and BLOCH

Overture, The Desert Island (Haydn):
Indianopolis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Fabien Sevitzky
Violin Concerto (Bloch):
Joseph Szigeti (violin) and the Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by Charles Munch on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Fabien Sevitzky
Violin: Joseph Szigeti
Conducted By: Charles Munch

: 'DE TOCOUEVILLE'S DEMOCRACY AND THE MARXIAN ANALYSIS'

Talk by Christopher Hollis , M.P.

Contributors

Talk By: Christopher Hollis

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Frederick Harvey (baritone)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Zorian String Quartet:
Olive Zorian (violin), Margery Lavers (violin), Winifred Copper -wheat (viola), Norina Semino (cello)

Contributors

Baritone: Frederick Harvey
Piano: Ernest Lush
Violin: Margery Lavers
Violin: Winifred Copper
Viola: Norina Semino

: ' FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTS IN BIOCHEMISTRY'

Talk by Rudolph A. Peters , M.C., M.D., F.R.S., Whitley Professor of Biochemistry in the University of Oxford
Biochemistry is concerned with the chemical structure and reactions of living cells and with their integration to form living organisms. It therefore has direct contacts with pure chemistry on the one hand and with physiology on the other. The significance of biochemical research upon vitamins in nutrition and upon insulin in diabetes is well known: less generally understood are the more fundamental researches that form the basis of its application in medicine and industry

Contributors

Talk By: Rudolph A. Peters , M.C., M.D., F.R.S.,

: CESAR FRANCK

Organ Music played by Guy Weitz
Grande Piece Symphonique Choral No. 3
From St. Mark's. North Audley Street

Contributors

Played By: Guy Weitz

: ' THE CASE FOR PROSE '—2

John Hayward , who has made a special study of writers of the seventeenth century, introduces his own selection of passages of prose written in the early part of that century by John Donne , Sir Thomas Browne , Sir Walter Raleigh , and Drummond of Hawthornden
The passages are read by John Hayward and Ronald Simpson

Contributors

Unknown: John Hayward
Unknown: John Donne
Unknown: Sir Thomas Browne
Unknown: Sir Walter Raleigh
Read By: John Hayward
Read By: Ronald Simpson

: ARNOLD BAX

Rene Soames (tenor)
Bernard Shore (viola)
Gerald Moore (piano)
Songs:
Green grow the rashes O!
In the morning The Market Girl Youth
A Christmas Carol Eternity
Viola Sonata

Contributors

Tenor: Rene Soames
Viola: Bernard Shore
Piano: Gerald Moore

: 'THE FATE OF MODERN MAN'

by Nicholas Berdiaev
A reading of yesterday's broadcast in French translated into English by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Berdiaev
Unknown: Rayner Heppenstall








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