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: BACH

French Suite No. 1. in D minor French Suite No. 6, in E played by Lucille Wallace (harpsichord)

Contributors

Harpsichord: Lucille Wallace

: THE FORGOTTEN ELITE

A record of a 3,000-mile journey to meet and talk with some of the forty thousand refugee intellectuals who, four years after the war's end, remain in Displaced Persons camps in Germany, Austria, and Italy, largely ignored by a world that wants muscles but not brains
Written and produced by Margaret Bucknall

Contributors

Produced By: Margaret Bucknall

: HENRY WOOD PROMENADE CONCERTS

Dorothy Bond (soprano)
Corinne Lacomble (piano)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, David Wise )
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Bond
Piano: Corinne Lacomble
Leader: David Wise
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: G. K. CHESTERTON

Talk by the Rt.
Rev.Monsignor Ronald Knox
Monsignor Ronald Knox was a close friend of Chesterton from his undergraduate days until Chesterton's death in 1936. In this talk, originally broadcast eight years ago, Monsignor Knox gives some personal reminiscences of his friend and an interpretation of his intellectual and spiritual passage through life.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev.Monsignor Ronald Knox

: PROMENADE CONCERT

Part 2
From the Royal Albert Hall, London

: A FRENCH VIEW OF MATTHEW ARNOLD

Robert Speaight discusses Louis Bonneret 's biography of the poet

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Speaight
Unknown: Louis Bonneret

: JOHN DOWLAND

Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Desmond Dupr6 (guitar)
Flow my tears
Can she excuse?
In darkness let me dwell Fine knacks for ladies Sorrow stay

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Deller

: THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1949

Geoffrey Sharp describes his visit to the Festival and gives his impressions of some of the performances

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Sharp

: BEETHOVEN

String Quartet in B flat, Op. 130 with Grosse Fugue as last movement played by the Hungarian String Quartet:
Zoltan Szekely (violin)
Alexander Moskowsky (violin)
Denes Koromzay (viola)
Vllmos Palotai (cello)

Contributors

Unknown: Grosse Fugue
Violin: Zoltan Szekely
Violin: Alexander Moskowsky
Cello: Vllmos Palotai

: How Should We Train Our Administrators?

Talk by Paul Sinker
The structure of both national and international society in our time calls for an unprecedented number of men and women of administrative capacity. The speaker, who is Director of Civil Service Training, H.M. Treasury, and late Fellow and Tutor of Jesus College, Cambridge, considers how this demand can be met, and the kind of qualities needed for administrative work.

Contributors

Speaker: Paul Sinker








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