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: DANISH ART

Talk by Nikolaus Pevsner on the exhibition now being held at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Contributors

Talk By: Nikolaus Pevsner

: BARTOK

Piano Concerto No. 3 played by Gyorgy Sandor with the Philadelphia Orchestra
Conducted by Eugene Ormandy on gramophone records

Contributors

Played By: Gyorgy Sandor
Conducted By: Eugene Ormandy

: 'THE RAPE OF THE TABLE '

A dramatised account of Lord Cochrane's attempt to expose the Admiralty Court at Malta in 1811 Written for radio by J. E. Taylor
Production by Maurice Brown

Contributors

Radio By: J. E. Taylor
Production By: Maurice Brown
Lord Cochrane: Michael Hordern
Captain Wynne, R N: Arthur Young
Judge Advocate: Denys Blakelock
Judge: Abraham Sofaer
Proctor Marshal: Martin Benson
Hotelkeeper: Martin Benson
Deputy Marshal: Arthur Bush
Gaoler: Anthony Holies
Naval Officer: John Cadell
The Governor: Clifford Buckton
Clerk of the Court: Frank Atkinson

: CHAMBER MUSIC

The Robert Masters String Trio
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute) Edward Selwyn (oboe)
Tom Wightman (bassoon)
Frederick Riddle (viola)
Margaret Schofield (piano)

Contributors

Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Oboe: Edward Selwyn
Bassoon: Tom Wightman
Viola: Frederick Riddle
Piano: Margaret Schofield

: GREY EMINENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE

Professor Harold Laski and' Malcolm Muggeridge discuss the ' White House Papers of Harry Hopkins,' edited by Robert Sherwood
They ask what light is thrown on the personality of Hopkins (Roosevelt's intimate confidant and ambassador-extraordinary during the war years), and consider the evidence the book provides on the relations between Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Harold Laski
Unknown: Malcolm Muggeridge
Edited By: Robert Sherwood

: Handel 'ISRAEL IN EGYPT'

Emelie Hooke (soprano)
Gladys Ripley (contralto)
Heddle Nash (tenor)
Gordon Clinton (bass) Norman Walker (bass)
Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
Geraint Jones (organ)
BBC Chorus
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Leslie Woodgate
Part 1: ' Exodus '

Contributors

Soprano: Emelie Hooke
Contralto: Gladys Ripley
Tenor: Heddle Nash
Bass: Gordon Clinton
Bass: Norman Walker
Harpsichord: Thurston Dart
Harpsichord: Geraint Jones
Conducted By: Leslie Woodgate

: EISENSTEIN AS I KNEW HIM

by Ivor Montagu
The Russian film director S. M. Eisenstein was born in Riga in 1898 and died in Moscow in February this year. Ivor Montagu , who met Eisenstein when he came to Western Europe in 1930 and later worked with him in America, gives some reminiscences and assesses the contribution Eisenstein made to the cinema

Contributors

Unknown: Ivor Montagu
Unknown: S. M. Eisenstein
Unknown: Ivor Montagu

: 'ISRAEL IN EGYPT

Part 2 : ' Moses' Song '

: FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT

A weekly talk on international affairs given by a BBC staff correspondent

: BEETHOVEN

Piano Sonata in C, Op. 53
(Waldstein) played by Claudio Arrau

Contributors

Played By: Claudio Arrau

: FLAUBERT and TURGENEV

A selection from the correspondence between these two novelists made by R. H. Ward '
Read by Wilfred Harrison and Alan Wheatley

Contributors

Unknown: R. H. Ward
Read By: Wilfred Harrison
Read By: Alan Wheatley








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