Bernhard SSnnerstedt (baritone)
John Wills (piano)
Med en Primula veris (Paulsen) Et Haab (Paulsen) En Svane (Ibsen)
Stambogsrim (Ibsen) Gruss (Heine)
Dereinst. Gedanke mein (von Geibel) Zur Rosenzeit (Goethe)
Til mm Dreng (Otto Benzon ) Lys Nat (Otto Benzon )
Vaer hilset, I Damer (H. Drachmann )
A conversation on cricket between Fred Hoyle and R. A. Lyttleton
Besides considering the Nature of the Universe, as he recently did in his Third
Programme lectures, Fred Hoyle watches cricket. So does his colleague at Cambridge, R. A. Lytdeton. In this conversation they discuss the match between Yorkshire and Lancashire, at which they were both spectators last weekend.
by Professor Gordon Manley
In his second talk Professor Manley comments on the magnitude of the changes in cfimate that are taking p!ace in comparison with earlier changes such as those that produced the Ice Ages.
When Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloom'd
A Requiem : For those we love on the poem by Walt Whitman
Eugenia Zareska (mezzo-soprano)
Jean Claverie (baritone)
Chorus of Radiodiffusion Franchise
Conducted by Manuel Rosenthal
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