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Sonata in B flat minor, Op. 35 played by Clivé Lythgoe (piano)
See also Saturday at 10.55


by S. Potter
Doctorship, Patientship and the Health Ploy
Demonstrated by R. Simpson , C. Hobbs D. Guyler , E. Brunner
Produced by D. Cleverdon


Unknown: S. Potter
Unknown: R. Simpson
Unknown: C. Hobbs
Unknown: D. Guyler
Unknown: E. Brunner
Produced By: D. Cleverdon


Gareth Morris (flute)
Dennis Brain (horn) New London Orchestra
(Leader, Leonard Hirsch )
Conductor, Alec Sherman


Flute: Gareth Morris
Horn: Dennis Brain
Leader: Leonard Hirsch
Conductor: Alec Sherman


Thirty-eighthof a series of reports on the Soviet point of view as expressed in the Soviet Press and broadcasts to the U.S.S.R.
Compiled by members of the BBC foreign news department


BBC Scottish Singers
Conducted by John Hopkins
London Consort of Viols:
Harry Danks (treble viol)
Stanley Wootton (treble viol)
Jacqueline Townshend (tenor viol)
Desmond Dupre (tenor viol)
Henry Revell (bass viol)
Robert Donington (bass viol)


Conducted By: John Hopkins
Unknown: Harry Danks
Unknown: Stanley Wootton
Tenor: Jacqueline Townshend
Tenor: Desmond Dupre
Bass: Henry Revell

: C. Day Lewis as Tom Moore in 'BLAME NOT THE BARD'

A centenary portrait of Thomas Moore
Written and introduced by H. A. L. Craig
The singers:
C. Day Lewis , James Johnston Joseph Tomelty. Seumas Ennis
The speakers;
Harry Hutchinson
Diana Maddox , Anthony Jacobs Robert Mooney. Norman Shelley
John Wills (piano)
Marie Goossens (harp)
Production by Douglas Cleverdon and W. R. Rodgers
Tom Moore is today one of the most neglected of poets; yet in his own time his poems brought him large sums of money -a publisher paid £ 3,000 for ' Latia Rookh ' before a line of it was written. Moore left one enduring memorial, his Irish melodies. In this centenary programme they can be heard both as he himself sang them in the Regency drawing-rooms and as they are sung in Ireland today.


Introduced By: H. A. L. Craig
Unknown: C. Day Lewis
Unknown: James Johnston
Unknown: Joseph Tomelty.
Unknown: Seumas Ennis
Unknown: Harry Hutchinson
Unknown: Diana Maddox
Unknown: Anthony Jacobs
Unknown: Robert Mooney.
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Piano: John Wills
Harp: Marie Goossens
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Production By: W. R. Rodgers


Kathleen Ferrier (contralto)
Frederick Stone (accompanist) Loveridge-Martin-Hooton Trio:
David Martin (violin)
Florence Hooton (cello) Iris Loveridge (piano)


Contralto: Kathleen Ferrier
Accompanist: Frederick Stone
Violin: David Martin
Cello: Florence Hooton
Piano: Iris Loveridge


A monthly review of current questions in architecture and planning
The United Nations Secretariat
Building in New York Talk by Ian McCallum , A.R.I.B.A.


Talk By: Ian McCallum , A.R.I.B.A.


Thurston Dart (clavichord)

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