Recorded excerpts from the Diisseldorf Theatre's production performed at the Edinburgh Festival, with Gustav Griindgens , and from the radio production in English, with Stephen Murray and Howard Marion-Crawford
Talk by G. E. Daniel , Ph.D.
The accidental discovery in 1940 of cave paintings and engravings at Lascaux in the South of France was one of the most remarkable events in archaeology, and the paintings themselves have been called one of the wonders of the world.
In this talk Dr. Daniel reviews two recent books on the subject, and gives his own impressions of the caves and some reflections on Upper Palaeolithic Cave Art.
An Apocalyptic Symphony
(Symphony No. 4, Op. 87) for speaker, chorus, and orchestra
Choral text by Hjalmar Gullberg
Anthony Jacobs (speaker)
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
recorded on November 22 at the Festival Service in St. Sepulchre's Church, Holborn Viaduct, London
(Organised by the Musicians' Benevolent Fund)
(Continued in next column) sung by choristers of H.M. Chapel Royal
Westminster Abbey St. Paul's Cathedral and Winchester Cathedral
William McKie (organ)
Conducted by John Dykes-Bower
by C. A. W Manning
In'discussing international issues, what do we mean by right and wrong? Professor Charles Manning, Head of the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics, enquires into the assumptions involved in moral judgments on international affairs.
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