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: BACH

Klavlerubung
Prelude in E flat (pro organo pleno) Chorale Preludes:
Kyrie. Gott Vater in Ewigkelt (manualiter): Christe aller Welt Trost (manualiter): Kyrie, Gott herliger Geist (manualiter); Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit (canto fermo in soprano): Christe aller Welt Trost (canto fermo in tenore); Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist (canto fermo in basso) played by Geraint Jones (organ)
From St. Gabriel's, Cricklewood

Contributors

Unknown: Gott Vater
Unknown: Gott Vater
Played By: Geraint Jones

: ' EVERYMAN'S END -

A new and unpublished poem by Rayner Heppenstall
Read by Cecil Trouncer and Lydia Sherwood
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 2)

Contributors

Unknown: Rayner Heppenstall
Read By: Cecil Trouncer
Read By: Lydia Sherwood

: 'WERTHER'

Act 1: Outside the Bailiff's house. July

: DON SANCHO AT HOME

by John McDonnell
John McDonnell talks about the traditionally independent spirit of the Spanish Basques as he saw it during a recent visit to the province of Guipuzcoa.

Contributors

Unknown: John McDonnell
Talks: John McDonnell

: ' WERTHER

Act 2: Wetzlar square. September

: Recorded in New York THE NOVEL IN AMERICA

Talk by Harvey Breit
Assistant editor of the New York Times book section
To be repeated tomorrow at 6.45

Contributors

Talk By: Harvey Breit

: ' WERTHER'

Act 3: Albert's house. Christmas Eve
Act 4: Werther's study
Arthur Jacobs writes on page 7

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Jacobs

: Crisis in the Social Services

Talk by Richard M. Titmuss, Professor of Social Administration in the University of London
The title of this talk is a quotation from the last chapter of a booklet 'The Social Services: Needs and Means' by lain Macleod, M.P., and J. Enoch Powell, M.P., recently published by the Conservative Political Centre for discussion groups. Professor Titmuss examines this essay on the relationship between the social services and the means test, and suggests that the authors have not recognised the full implication of their analysis.

Contributors

Talk By: Richard M. Titmuss
Unknown: J. Enoch Powell

: Roger Livcsey in ' THE GOSHAWK'

Adapted from the book by T. H. White
Production by Nesta Pain
T. H. White set out to train a goshawk by the methods of medieval falconry. The conflict between bird and man brought exhaustion, frustration, and disillusionment, as well as great joy, until a link was formed between them of ' pity on the one side and confidence on the other.*
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 14)

Contributors

Book By: T. H. White
Production By: Nesta Pain
Production By: T. H. White
The Man: Roger Livesey
Commentator: David King-Wood
Reader: Michael Gwynn

: MARTINU

Sonata No. 1 for violin and piano played by Maria Lidka (violin)
Margaret Kitchin (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Maria Lidka
Piano: Margaret Kitchin

: THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY

Robert Furneaux Jordan talks about the exhibition now on view at Burlington House

Contributors

Talks: Robert Furneaux Jordan

: SCHUBERT

Four Impromptus, Op. 90 played by Artur Schnabel (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Artur Schnabel

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