Nocturne in D flat, Op. 27 No. 2
Waltzes, Op. 70 (Chopin)
No. 1, in G flat; No. 2, In F minor; No. 3, in D flat
Waltz in A flat, Op. 42 (Chopin)
Sonetto del Petrarca No. 104 (Annees de Pèlerinage) (Liszt)
Alborada del Gracioso (Miroirs) (Ravel) on gramophone records
Talk by Collin Cherry
Information is passed from mind to mind by symbolism. Collin Cherry, Reader in Communication in the University of London, discusses the essentials of communicating information in human speech, in electric telegraph systems, or in calculating machines.
Nora Gruhn (soprano)
Josephine Lee (accompanist)
Martin String Quartet:
David Martin (violin)
Neville Marriner (violin)
Eileen Grainger (viola)
Bernard Richards (cello)
(Continued in next column)
Quartet in B flat, Op. 50 No. l...Haydn
Ninth of a series of programmes of quartets by Haydn and songs by Schubert
Talkers and Satirists
Chosen iand introduced by V. S. Pritchett
The selections arranged for broadcasting and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
This second programme illustrating the recent series of talks on the Twenties includes passages from the writings of Norman Douglas, E. M. Forster, Aldous Huxley, Osbert Sitwell, and Evelyn Waugh
Talk by Gilbert Murray ,
O.M. Jane Harrison was born just over a hundred years ago and her centenary is being celebrated in Cambridge today. In this talk Dr. Gilbert Murray describes her vivid personality and the widespread influence of her studies of Greek religion.
by S. Potter
3-Further Research in Gamesmanship
Including for the first time a re-enaction of the six basic methods of saying ' Bad Luck '
Illustrated by well-known representative Lifemen
Produced by Cleverdon, T. D. J.
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