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: FRENCH EXPEDITIONS TO THE GREENLAND ICE-CAP

Talk by Paul-Emile Victor

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Talk By: Paul-Emile Victor

: DEBUSSY

Claudio Arrau (piano)
Images:
Reflets dans l'eau
Hommage a Rameau
Mouvement
Cloches a travers les feuilles
Et la lune descend....
Poissons d'or
Masques

Contributors

Piano: Claudio Arrau

: On Talking About Feelings

A Logical and Literary Problem
First of two talks by Stuart Hampshire, Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford
Mr. Hampshire speaks about the difficulties we find in describing our feelings, and traces the origin of these difficulties in the forms of our language.

: SHOSTAKOVICH

Sonata for cello and piano
Op. 40 played by Paul Toxtelier (cello) Ernest Lush (piano)

Contributors

Cello: Paul Toxtelier
Piano: Ernest Lush

: Ralph Richardson with Sybil Thorndike and Margaret Leighton in 'BRAND'

by Henrik Ibsen
A radio adaptation of the new stage version in English of Ibsen's dramatic poem by James Law Forsyth from a literal translation by Evelyn C. Ramsden
(Continued in next column)
Other parts played by Felicity Barrington , Patricia Brent
Robin Ford. Donald Gray
Arthur Keane , Josefina Ray
Carol Sarsfleld
Charles Scott-Paton . William Trent
Produced by Val Gielgud

Contributors

Unknown: Henrik Ibsen
Unknown: James Law Forsyth
Translation By: Evelyn C. Ramsden
Played By: Felicity Barrington
Played By: Patricia Brent
Played By: Robin Ford.
Played By: Donald Gray
Unknown: Arthur Keane
Unknown: Josefina Ray
Unknown: Carol Sarsfleld
Unknown: Charles Scott-Paton
Unknown: William Trent
Produced By: Val Gielgud
Brand: Ralph Richardson
His mother: Sybil Thorndike
Agnes: Margaret Leighton
Einar: Richard Hurndall
Gerd: Louise Hutton
The Sheriff: Hamilton Dyce
The Doctor: Allan Jeayes
The Dean: Howieson Culh
A small man: Arthur Lawrence
His son: David Enders
A Gypsy woman: Molly Rankin
A fisherman: Harry Hutchinson
Voice: Hugh Manning
Narrator: Humphrey Morton

: DOMENICO SCARLATTI

Stabat Mater sung by the London Chamber Singers
Conductor, Anthony Bernard with George Malcolm (organ)
(first broadcast performance)

Contributors

Unknown: Stabat Mater
Conductor: Anthony Bernard
Unknown: George Malcolm

: DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Talk by Ernest Davies M.P. ,
Mr. Davies was spokesman for the United Kingdom delegation when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was approved by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris last year. Yesterday was the anniversary of this occasion. Tonight Mr. Davies talks about the Declaration and the difficulties that arc being encountered in drafting the Covenant which is the second part of the Bill of Human Rights.

Contributors

Talk By: Ernest Davies M.P.
Talk By: Mr. Davies

: TIPPETT

Concerto for double string orchestra played by a String Orchestra
Conducted by Walter Goehr on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Walter Goehr

: THE UNITED STATES AND EUROPE

The Political and Cultural Influence by Bertrand Russell
First of a group of talks examining some aspects of the influence of the U.S.A. on European life and thought

Contributors

Unknown: Bertrand Russell








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