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: INDIAN ART ' Indian Decoration'

Talk by K. de B. Codrington , Keeper of the Indian Section, Victoria Museum and Albert Museum

Contributors

Talk By: K. de B. Codrington

: MOZART and BARTOK-2

played by the Hungarian String Quartet:
Zoltan Szekely (violin)
Alexander Moskowsky (violin)
Denes Koromzay (viola)
Vilmos Palotai (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Zoltan Szekely
Violin: Alexander Moskowsky
Viola: Denes Koromzay
Cello: Vilmos Palotai

: POINT OF VIEW'

A talk on the political or economic events of the day

: PALESTRINA Missa Papae Marcelli

sung by the BBC Singers
Conducted by Mogens Woldike

Contributors

Conducted By: Mogens Woldike

: 'DEMOCRACY BY SNAP JUDGMENT'

Public Opinion Polls
Talk by Helen Arbuthnot

Contributors

Talk By: Helen Arbuthnot

: BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA

Conductor, Charles Groves
Sale and District Musical Society
(Conductor, Alfred Higson )
George Pizzey (baritone)

Contributors

Conductor: Charles Groves
Conductor: Alfred Higson
Baritone: George Pizzey

: 'THE TWENTY-NINTH OF JANUARY '

Written by Ernst Schnabel
Translated and adapted by A. L. Lloy
Produced by Laurence Gilliam
This programme does not set out to be anything more than a piece of journalism. It consists of facts. It is the total of what 35.000 Germans reported on that day; what a dozen magistrates dealt with; what a weather station and an observatory noticed in the sky: and what two reporters noticed on a stroll through a German town
(Originally broadcast by Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk. Hamburg, in January. 1947)

Contributors

Written By: Ernst Schnabel
Adapted By: A. L. Lloy
Produced By: Laurence Gilliam








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