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Use Wolf (soprano)
Frederick Stone (accompanist)
Antonio Brosa (violin) Kathleen Long (piano)
The Ernest Element Quartet:
Ernest Element (violin) Sylvia Cleaver (violin)
Dorothy Hemming (viola)
Norman Jones (cello)


Accompanist: Frederick Stone
Violin: Antonio Brosa
Piano: Kathleen Long
Violin: Ernest Element
Violin: Sylvia Cleaver
Viola: Dorothy Hemming
Cello: Norman Jones


by. John Milton
A production by Nevill Coghill as presented at All Souls College during the Oxford Festival of 1951 and now performed by the Oxford University Dramatic Society in the Arlosh Hall , Manchester College, Oxford


Unknown: John Milton
Production By: Nevill Coghill
Unknown: Arlosh Hall


Zara Nelsova (cello)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Vittorio Gui
Part 1


Leader: Paul Beard
Conducted By: Vittorio Gui


in England and on the Continent by T. F. T. Plucknett , F.B.A.
Professor of Legal History in the University of London
In the fourth of this series of seven talks by various speakers, Professor Plucknett illustrates the contribution of legal history to the comparative study of law.


Unknown: T. F. T. Plucknett , F.B.A.


Richard Irvine Best talks of his old friend George Moore


Talks: Richard Irvine Best
Unknown: George Moore

: BACH Klavieriibung

Two Chorale Preludes on Vater unser im Himmelreich
Two Chorale Preludes on Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam
Two Chorale Preludes on Aus tiefer
Not schrei' ich zu dir
Two Chorale Preludes on Jesus Christus unser Heiland
Fugue in E flat played by Geraint Jones (organ)
From St. Gabriel's, Cricklewood


Played By: Geraint Jones


Talk by Darius Milhaud


Talk By: Darius Milhaud

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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