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: BRITAIN'S ECONOMIC POSITION. 1952

F. W. Paish gives the first of two independent comments on our present economic position and on national fiscal and monetary policy
The speaker is Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and was for some years editor of the London and Cambridge Economic Service Bulletin.

: PROKOFIEV

Sonata No. 2, in D, Op. 94 played by Alan Loveday (violin)
Leonard Cassini (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Alan Loveday
Piano: Leonard Cassini

: RUPERT BROOKE

(1887-1915)
An estimation by Patric Dickinson
Others taking part include
Edward Chapman , Patric Dickinson
Valentine Dyall , Olive Gregg
Olive Kirby , David Lloyd James
Russell Napier , John Phillips Production by Joe Burroughs

Contributors

Unknown: Patric Dickinson
Unknown: Edward Chapman
Unknown: Patric Dickinson
Unknown: Valentine Dyall
Unknown: Olive Gregg
Unknown: Olive Kirby
Unknown: David Lloyd James
Unknown: Russell Napier
Unknown: John Phillips
Production By: Joe Burroughs
Narrator: James McKechnie

: MOZART

A concert performance of ' Zaide
(K.344)
(sung in German)
Slaves: Andrew Gold , Robert Edy , and Lloyd Strauss-Smith (tenors)
Speaker, Jill Balcon
The London Mozart Players
(Led by Eli Goren )
Conductor, Harry Blech
From the Royal Festival Hall, London
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Gold
Unknown: Robert Edy
Tenors: Lloyd Strauss-Smith
Unknown: Jill Balcon
Conductor: Eli Goren
Conductor: Harry Blech

: RECORDED IN NEW YORK

Academic Life in the United States Talk by Mary McCarthy
The speaker is author of ' The Grooves of the Academe and ' Cast a Cold Eye.'

Contributors

Talk By: Mary McCarthy

: MOZART 'Zaïde'

Part 2
Last ot four concerts of Mozart's lesser-known operatic works, given In the Royal Festival Hall, London
A studio performance: tomorrow at 6.45

: PRODUCTION AT THE COURT THEATRE

Touchstone: Wast ever at the Court, shepherd ?
Corin: No, truly.
Touchstone: Then thou art damned.
This quotation from As You Like It' stands as a preface to Sir Desmond MacCarthy's book on the Court Theatre, published in 1907. He had followed closely the performances there under the Vedrenne-Barker management, and in the passages from his book which Julian Hall reads in this programme he analyses the new principles of dramatic production which that management so successfully applied. Three plays ' from the Court Theatre ' are to be broadcast during the next three weeks.

: SCHUBERT and LISZT

Trevor Fisher (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Trevor Fisher

: PARTNERSHIP IN AFRICA

Partnership and Interdependence by Boris Gussman

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Gussman

: ROBERT CARVER

Mass: Pater creator omnium
Motet: Gaude flore virginali sung by the BBC Scottish Singers
Conducted by John Hopkins

Contributors

Conducted By: John Hopkins








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