Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Charles Gregory and Frank Probyn (horns)
Marie Korchinska (harp)
Four songs for women's voices, two horns, and harp, Op. 17: Es tont ein voller Harfenklang: Lied von Shakespeare; Der Gartner ; Gesang aut Fingal
Five songs, for mixed voices. Op.
104: Nachtwache No. 1; Nachtwache No. 2; Letztes Glulck; Verlorene Jugend; Im Herbst
‘1851: The Visibility of Progress'
E. L. Woodward , Professor of Modem History in the University of Oxford, discusses those beliefs and ideas of the early Victorians which found visible expression in the Great Exhibition of 1851
A weekly programme made up of letters from listeners about talks and discussions in the Third
Frank Birch , editor of the programme, presents this week's selection from your comments and rejoinders
General editor, Gerald Abraham
Editor, Dom Anselm Hughes.O.S.B.
The Bodley Singers
Conducted by Bernard Rose
Programme introduced by Alec Robertson
From Merton College Chapel, Oxford
A debate between
Robert Eisler , Ph.D. and Rupert Gleadow
In this debate Rupert Gleadow, the author of ' Astrology in Everyday Life,' disputes Dr. Eisler's views on the fallacies of astrology. and, in particular, the statement that astrology prepares the ground for fascism and totalitarianism'
Eisler , Ph.D.
Talk by Sean O'Faolain
Several recent reprints of his work indicate a new interest in the Irish writer, Sheridan Le Fanu. who died on February 7, 1873. Tonight, the novelist and critic, Sean O'Faolain , gives an appreciation of his fellowcountryman
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