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: ENDS AND MEANS

Talk by A. G. N. Flew

Contributors

Talk By: A. G. N. Flew

: Bartok

Quartet No. 6 played by the Martin String Quartet:
David Martin (violin)
Neville Marriner (violin)
Eileen Grainger (viola)
Bernard Richards (cello)
Last of a series of six programmes in which all Bartok's string quartets have been played.
A concert of Bartok's music, from Paris: Friday at 9.0

Contributors

Violin: David Martin
Violin: Neville Marriner
Viola: Eileen Grainger
Cello: Bernard Richards

: FESTIVALS OF THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST

Talk by Henri Frankfort
Director of the Warburg Institute
followed by an interlude at 7.20

Contributors

Talk By: Henri Frankfort

: Mozart ' IL RE PASTORE '

(K.208) (sung in Italian)
A second performance (from the studio) of the concert broadcast yesterday at 8.0 p.m.
Produced by Geoffrey Dunn
Part 1

Contributors

Produced By: Geoffrey Dunn

: ECONOMIC PREHISTORY

Talk by Gordon Childe
The speaker is Director of the Institute of Archaeology and Professor of Prehistoric European Archaeology in the University of London. In this talk he considers the first steps in the creation of an economy adequate to the exploitation of the unique resources of our Continent in the light of Graham Clark 's recent book ' Prehistoric Europe: the Economic Basis.'

Contributors

Talk By: Gordon Childe
Unknown: Graham Clark

: Titty

A story from ' Some People ' by Harold Nicolson
Adapted and produced by Douglas Cleverdon with Brian Haines and David Tree
(The recorded broadcast of April 28)

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Nicolson
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Brian Haines
Unknown: David Tree
Titty: Frank Duncan
Lord Bognor: Felix Aylmer
Gladwyn Jebb: Hugh Burden
M Euripides Stavridis: Ian Catford
Atalanta: Julian Orde
Harold Nicolson: Norman Shelley

: BRAHMS

Chorale Preludes for organ (Op. 122: Book 2, Nos. 5-11)
Schmttcke dich, 0 liebe Seele; 0 wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen; 0 Gott, du frommer Gott; Es 1st ein' Ros' entsprungen: Herzlich thut mich verlangen (first setting); Herzlich thut mich verlangen (second setting); 0 Welt, ich muss dich lassen played by Arnold Richardson
From All Souls, Langham Place

Contributors

Played By: Arnold Richardson

: LEONARDO DA VINCI

Three talks to mark the quincentenary of Leonardo's birth by Edgar Wind
2-' The Last Supper *
(The recorded broadcast of April 17)
Leonardo as a physiognomist: May 27








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