(A Peep-Show in Paradise) by Laurence Housman
Adapted for broadcasting by Peggy Wells with music by John Buckland Produced by E. J. King Bull
Scene: The Everlasting Habitations
Das wohltemperierte Clavier, Book 2
Six Preludes and Fugues
C; C minor; C sharp; C sharp minor; D; D minor played by Kathleen Long (piano) First of four piano recitals in which Book 2 uf Bach's 48 Preludes and Fugues is being played.
General Eisenhower's recently published book is discussed by Brigadier J. G. Smyth , v.c, M.c.; E. T. Williams , Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, who during the war was in charge of Intelligence for the Eighth Army and 21 Army Group; and Chester Wilmot , who had wide experience as a War Correspondent and is studying in detail the history of the war
H. S. Deighton , Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford, talks about the relation of the Palestine problem to world affairs
The speaker was until recently Professor of Modern History in Cairo University and Chairman of the Royal Institute of International Affairs' Middle East Group in Cairo
Gabriella Gatti (soprano)
Jean Fuller (guitar) Enid Simon (harp) John Francis (flute) Joy Boughton (oboe)
Edward Wilson (bassoon) Manoug Parikian (violin)
Hans Geiger (violin)
Bernard Davis (viola)
George Roth (cello)
(harpsichord and piano)
John Wills (piano)
To be repeated on February 8
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