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: BENJAMIN DALE

Piano Sonata in D minor played by York Bowen

Contributors

Played By: York Bowen

: LAPLAND AND THE LAPPS

by Frank White
An Oxford University expedition of five graduates and undergraduates spent last summer in Finmark (Norwegian Lapland). The speaker discusses the anthropological features of the Lapps and their origin and environment.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank White

: SPANISH LOVE SONGS

of the 17th and 18th Centuries
Victoria de los Angeles (soprano)
Leonard Hirsch (violin)
Colin Sauer (violin)
Stephen Shingles (viola) James Whitehead (cello)
James Merrett (double-bass)
George Malcolm (harpsichord)
(Arrangements by Tuars del Vado )

Contributors

Violin: Leonard Hirsch
Violin: Colin Sauer
Viola: Stephen Shingles
Cello: James Whitehead
Double-Bass: James Merrett
Harpsichord: George Malcolm
Arrangements By: Tuars Del Vado

: ' MISS PLIMSOLL '

A sketch from
' Some People ' by Harold Nicolson
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 11)

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Nicolson
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Harold Nicolson: Norman Shelley
Miss Plimsoll: Susan Richmond
Harold, aged four: Sheila Moloney
Harold, aged nine: Jeremy Spenser

: Bach CHRISTMAS ORATORIO

(sung in English)
Part 4
Elsie Suddaby (soprano) William Herbert (tenor) Norman Walker (bass)
Continuo:
Harvey Phillips (cello)
Thornton Lofthouse (harpsichord)
Geraint Jones (organ)
The Cantata Singers
The Jacques Orchestra (Leader. Irene Richards )
Conducted by Reginald Jacques (Norman Walker broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator of Covtnt Garden Opera Trust)
Part 5: Saturday

Contributors

Tenor: William Herbert
Bass: Norman Walker
Cello: Harvey Phillips
Harpsichord: Thornton Lofthouse
Harpsichord: Geraint Jones
Leader: Jacques Orchestra
Leader: Irene Richards
Conducted By: Norman Walker

: THE NATURE OF BELIEF

First of two talks by Stuart Hampshire
These talks form an enquiry into what is involved in making up our minds about theoretical questions. Is belief a feeling? Must there be some relation between belief and behaviour? These questions are discussed as parts of the philosophy of mind.
Second talk: Friday followed by an interlude at 9.0

: Harry Blech

gives an introductory talk to tonight's concert of music by Haydn and Mozart

: HAYDN and MOZART

Denis Matthews (piano)
London Mozart Players
(Leader, Max Salpeter )
Conductor, Harry Blech
(Continued in next calumn)
First of six concerts of music by Haydn and Mozart in which the six symphonies recently published by the Haydn Society are to be played

Contributors

Piano: Denis Matthews
Leader: Max Salpeter
Conductor: Harry Blech

: A RAJPUT WEDDING

Talk by G. M. Carstairs
Dr. Carstairs is an anthropologist who has recently been engaged in fieldwork among the Rajputs. In this story of the wedding of Moti Singh he gives in narrative form an insight into the kind of mental outlook an anthropologist may have while engaged in his work.

Contributors

Talk By: G. M. Carstairs
Unknown: Moti Singh

: PIJPER and RUBBRA

Macgibbon String Quartet:,
Margot Macgibbon (violin)
Ruth Fourmy (violin) Muriel Tookey (viola)
Lilly Phillips (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Margot MacGibbon
Violin: Ruth Fourmy
Viola: Muriel Tookey

: "THE KING'S QUAIR*

A reading from the poem by King James I

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