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: WILD IDEAS

0. S. Wauchope , author of ' Deviation into Sense,' makes a plea for adventure

Contributors

Unknown: S. Wauchope

: ENGLISH MUSIC

Hervey Alan (baritone)
William Pleeth (cello) Margaret Good (piano)
Frederick Thurston (clarinet)
Hubert Dawkes (piano)

Contributors

Baritone: Hervey Alan
Cello: William Pleeth
Clarinet: Frederick Thurston
Piano: Hubert Dawkes

: THE THOUGHT OF MARTIN BUBER

by Ronald Gregor Smith
Martin Buber. Professor of Social Philosophy in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is becoming widely known from translations of his writings on sociology, philosophy, and religion. Ronald Gregor Smith , a translator of Buber. outlines the characteristics of his thought In a talk that includes extracts from the writings

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Gregor Smith
Unknown: Martin Buber.
Unknown: Ronald Gregor Smith

: BEETHOVEN

Piano Sonata in D, Op. 10 No. 3 played by Peter Stadlen

Contributors

Played By: Peter Stadlen

: LETTER FROM PARIS

Talk by Raymond Aron , political and diplomatic correspondent of Figaro.

Contributors

Talk By: Raymond Aron

: 'THE DESERTED VILLAGE'

by Oliver Goldsmith
Read by Ernest Thesiger

Contributors

Unknown: Oliver Goldsmith
Read By: Ernest Thesiger

: HENK BADINGS

Quartet No. 3
(first performance) played by the Aeolian String Quartet 1

: Stephen Murray and Catherine Lacey in 'THE QUEEN OF AIR AND DARKNESS '

A study in evil
Written and produced by Louis MacNeice
and Music by Elisabeth Lutyens
Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr

Contributors

Produced By: Louis MacNeice
Music By: Elisabeth Lutyens
Conducted By: Walter Goehr
Handmaids: Eve Watkinson
Handmaids: Rona Sykes
The Queen of Air and Darkness: Catherine Lacey
Urgarst: Hugo Schuster
Adam: Stephen Murray
Margaret: Julia Lang
Jones: Charles Leno
MacGregor: James McKechnie
Professor: Mark Dignam
Peasant: Bert Middleton
Doctor: Stanley van Beers
Priest: Duncan McIntyre
Thelma: Olive Gregg
The Forgotten* Prisoner: Lilli Kann

: MYASKOVSKY

Symphony No. 21, Op. 51 played by the U.S.S.R. State Orchestra
Conducted by Nathan Rakhlin on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Nathan Rakhlin

: 'CONDUCTED TOUR'

Short story by Robert Roberts
Read by Eileen Beldon

Contributors

Story By: Robert Roberts
Read By: Eileen Beldon








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