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: THE WINNETKA SCHEME

An American
Educational Experiment by Dr. Carleton W. Washbume
The scheme was started in Winnetka, near Chicago, more than thirty years ago. It began as an endeavour to make the free schools of Winnetka provide the best possible education for all the children of the community. It has become an educational laboratory of international importance.
Dr. Washburne has been for many years the Superintendent of Schools in Winnetka. and is now about to become Professor of Education at Brooklyn College. New York

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Carleton W. Washbume

: SONG RECITAL

Settings of poems by Goethe
Hilde Gueden (soprano) Frederick Stone (piano)

Contributors

Soprano: Goethe
Soprano: Hilde Gueden
Piano: Frederick Stone

: Felix Aylmer in The Pope's Monologue from 'THE RING AND THE BOOK'

by Robert Browning
Readers:
Alastair Duncan , Malcolm Hayes
Arranged for broadcasting by M. R. Ridley
Produced by Frank Hauser

Contributors

Readers: Robert Browning
Readers: Alastair Duncan
Readers: Malcolm Hayes
Broadcasting By: M. R. Ridley
Produced By: Frank Hauser

: BEETHOVEN

Piano Sonata in G, Op. 31 No. 1 played by Peter Stadlen
Twentieth of a series of recitals in which all Beethoven's piano sonatas are being played

Contributors

Played By: Peter Stadlen

: BUILDINGS AND PLACES

In the last talk in this series Humphry House talks about the Teesdale town, Barnard Castle, and the Bowes Museum nearby

Contributors

Talks: Humphry House

: CHORAL CONCERT

Part 1
Stabat Mater by Roberto Lupi for soloists women's chorus and string orchestra
Mascia Predit (soprano)
Flora Nielsen (mezzo-soprano)
Anne Wood (contralto)
Heddle Nash ' (tenor)
London Chamber Singers
London Chamber Orchestra
Conductor, Anthony Bernard

Contributors

Unknown: Stabat Mater
Unknown: Roberto Lupi
Soprano: Mascia Predit
Mezzo-Soprano: Flora Nielsen
Contralto: Anne Wood
Tenor: Heddle Nash
Conductor: Anthony Bernard

: CONTINUOUS CREATION

An astro-physicist surveys recent researches on the expanding universe
The speaker. Fred Hoyle. is a Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Lecturer in Mathematics In the University
(The recorded broadcast of March 28)

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Hoyle.

: CHORAL CONCERT

Part 2
La Passione by G. Francesco Malipiero for soloists, chorus, and orchestra
Mascia Predit (soprano)
John Kentish (tenor) Heddle Nash (tenor)
Bruce Boyce (baritone)
London Chamber Singers
London Chamber Orchestra
Conductor, Anthony Bernard

Contributors

Unknown: G. Francesco Malipiero
Tenor: John Kentish
Tenor: Heddle Nash
Baritone: Bruce Boyce
Conductor: Anthony Bernard

: FIREWEED

Talk by Bernard Gutteridge
Seventy years ago the Rosebay willow-herb or ' nreweed ' was a rare plant in this country, but Is now one of our commonest weeds. Bernard Gutterldge talks about the changes in distribution of. plants, with special reference to the blitz-flora of London

Contributors

Talk By: Bernard Gutteridge
Talks: Bernard Gutterldge

: BACH

Sonata in B minor played by Johan Feltkamp (flute)
Anton van der Horst
(harpsichord)

Contributors

Flute: Johan Feltkamp
Harpsichord: Anton van Der Horst

: RECUSANT POETS OF THE RENAISSANCE

by John Chandos

Contributors

Unknown: John Chandos








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