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: FRENCH PIANO MUSIC

played by Margaret Good

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Played By: Margaret Good

: SOME CONTEMPORARY MOVEMENTS IN THEOLOGY

The Influence of Karl Barth on German Theology
Talk by Ian Henderson ,
Professor of Systematic Theology in the University of Glasgow
Continental theologians carry on their work in an intellectual atmosphere different from our own. Professor Henderson considers the situation that the rise of existentialism has brought about for German theology. He discusses whether Bultmann's reaction to this situation means that a new form of liberal theology has arisen; and he raises the question whether Barth, in the light of his recent work and particularly his appreciative essay on Schleiermacher, has in any way modified his hostility towards liberalism in theology.
Second of a series of five talks

Contributors

Unknown: Karl Barth
Talk By: Ian Henderson

: FRANCESCO LANDINI

Stuart Humphry Ward
(counter-tenor)
Rene Soames (tenor)
An Instrumental Ensemble
Amor c'al tuo suggetto
De'! dimmi tu che' sse' cosd fregiato Ama donna chi tt'ama
Echo la primavera Gja ebbi libertate
Adiu, adiu dous dame jolye Gentil aspetto
Programme arranged and introduced by Thurston Dart To be repeated on March 11
The greatest names of late thirteenth-century Italy—Casella, Cavalcanli, Dante, St. Thomas Aquinas, Cimabue, Giottoform the Gate of Honour that stands between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and it is in the cities and towns of the North Italian plain that the Renaissance begins in the following century. Francesco Landini (1325-1397) was the Rreatest of a constellation of composers living and working in fourteenth-century Italy; the intricate, formal, and luminous beauty of his madrigals and ballale is the counterpart to the achievement of Petrarch, Boccaccio, and the unknown painter of the Pisan frescoes T.D.

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart Humphry Ward
Tenor: Rene Soames
Introduced By: Thurston Dart

: POLITICS IN POLYNESIA

Talk by J. W. Davidson
J. W. Davidson. Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Professor of Pacific History in the Australian National University, describes his recent experiences as a government officer and member of the Legislative Assembly in Western Samoa.

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Talk By: J. W. Davidson
Talk By: J. W. Davidson.

: ' COUNT ORLO '

A cycle of poems by Jon Manchip White
Read by Howard Marion-Crawford
Production by D. G. Bridson
To be repeated tomorrow

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Manchip White
Read By: Howard Marion-Crawford
Production By: D. G. Bridson

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

David Martin (violin)
Florence Hooton (cello)
Iris Loveridge (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Part 1

Contributors

Violin: David Martin
Cello: Florence Hooton
Piano: Iris Loveridge
Leader: Paul Beard
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: NEW LIGHT ON DIDEROT AND FLAUBERT

Two talks by Jean Seznec
I-Diderot
In these talks the speaker, who is Professor of French Literature in the University of Oxford, considers two French writers in the light of recently discovered manuscript material.

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Seznec

: RECORD REVIEW

by William Mann and Norman Del Mar
William Mann reviews Bach's Concerto in C for three pianos; Haydn's Symphony No. 93, in D: and Beethoven's Piano Sonata in C sharp minor
Norman Del Mar reviews Mahler's song-cycle, Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen; Ravel's Mother Goose Suite; Strauss' Dance of the Seven Veils (Salome): and Bliss' ballet suite. Checkmate

Contributors

Unknown: William Mann
Unknown: Norman Del Mar
Unknown: William Mann
Unknown: Norman Del Mar

: MOZART and STRAUSS

London Wind Players
Conductor, Harry Blech

Contributors

Conductor: Harry Blech

: THE VOICE OF SILENCE

J. M. Cocking reviews La monnaie de l'absolu by Andre Malraux

Contributors

Unknown: Andre Malraux








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