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: BEETHOVEN

Trio in E flat, Op. 1 No. 1 played by the Loveridge-Martin-Hooton Trio:
David Martin (violin)
Florence Hooton (cello)
Iris Loveridge (piano)
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Contributors

Violin: David Martin
Cello: Florence Hooton
Piano: Iris Loveridge

: THE IRISH STORYTELLER

* The Son of the King of the Speckled Mountain *
A hero story originally told in Gaelic by the late Michael Walsh , farmer, of Co. Galway; now told in English by Duncan Mclntyre
Translation and introduction by Professor J. H. Delargy of the Irish Folklore Commission
Produced by David Thomson

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Walsh
English By: Duncan McLntyre
Unknown: Professor J. H. Delargy
Produced By: David Thomson

: RECITAL

Sophie Wyss (soprano)
Clifton Helliwell (accompanist)
Kendall Taylor (piano)
Yugoslav Folk Songs, arr.
Papandopulo Siroko je polje; Meknite se vsegore; Dodi mi dodi; Moja je draga umrla
Six Balkan Dances for piano... Tajcevic Yugoslav Folk Songs.arr.
Papandopulo Bodulska ; Ako spavas vilo moja; Lipi li je misec; Grana odborapalakrajmura
(s)

Contributors

Soprano: Sophie Wyss
Accompanist: Clifton Helliwell
Piano: Kendall Taylor
Unknown: Papandopulo Siroko
Unknown: Papandopulo Bodulska
Unknown: Lipi Li

: THE EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH

and the Ecumenical Movement by Professor Georges Florovsky
The speaker is an arch-priest of the Russian Orthodox Church, at present living in the U.S.A. He has worked among the churches of his persuasion that are exiled in the United States and has wide experience oi interpreting his own Church to others and an alien culture to his own people. In this talk he explains the contribution the Eastern Orthodox Church can make to the movement towards reunion of the Churches.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Georges Florovsky

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Geoffrey Gilbert (flute)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Part 1

Contributors

Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Conducted By: Clarence Raybould

: WALTER PATER

A study in his imagination by Richard Wollheim Lecturer in Philosophy at University College, London

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wollheim

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2

: « THE SAILOR'S WIFE'

A radio verse-comedy by Catherine Duncan
Characters in order of speaking:
Music composed and directed by Norman F. Kay
Production by Christopher Sykes

Contributors

Unknown: Catherine Duncan
Directed By: Norman F. Kay
Production By: Christopher Sykes
The Poet: Valentine Dyall
The Sailor: Derek Hart
The Sailor's Wife: Betty Linton
' Sound effects: John Sharp
The Girl Friend: Olive Gregg
The Lover: John Slater

: CHOPIN

Twenty-four Preludes, Op. 28 played by Nina Milkina (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Nina Milkina

: '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., recentlypublished by the Conservative Political Centre for discussion groups.

Contributors

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

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