Harry Danks (viola d'amore)
(piano and harpsichord)
A philosophical discourse by Professor John Baillie
Principal of New College, Edinburgh
This talk is a shortened version of an address given in Edinburgh last August during the visit of the British Associanon.
Professor Baillie treats the relation of science to religion as a principle that arises not so much between two men-the man of science and the man of faith-but as the problem that emerges when the man of science and the man of faith are the same man and the two entities to be related are elements in a single mind.
Sonata No. 1 in F sharp minor played by Desiree MacEwan (piano)
Stevie Smith reads and comments on some of her poetry
Symphony No. M, in B
Coronation Mass in D minor
Adele Leigh (soprano)
Marjorie Thomas (contralto)
Raymond Nilsson (tenor)
Scott Joynt (bass)
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
Keith Jewell (organ)
London Classical Orchestra
(Leader, Thomas Carter )
Conductor, Trevor Harvey
Another performance: tomorrow. See p. 5
This is the seventh in the series of programmes of Haydn's choral works. The next programme in the series, on August 20, will include the Mass in B flat (Maria Theresa ); and on August 2 a concert including Haydn's Great Organ Mass, conducted by Georges Enesco , will be broadcast from Glyndebourne.
A monthly review of current questions in architecture and town planning
The Planner and the Crisia by Wilfred Burns A.M.I.C.E., A.M.T.P.I.
The speaker examines the effect of our toonomic difficulties on the theory and practice of town planning, and considers in particular the relation of short- to long-term planning.
A story-cycle translated from the medieval Welsh by W. M. Merchant
Read by Jill Balcon. Robert Harris
Robert Rietty , Leonard Sachs
Gerik Schjelderup , Ronald Simpson
Music composed by Peter Crossley-Holland and played by Douglas Moore (horn) and the composer (minstrel's harp)
An die Hoffnung (second version) An die ferne Geliebte sung by Arnold Matters (baritone) with Ernest Lush (piano)
A monthly review of cultural and political trends in the U.S.S.R.
The Northern Sea Route
Terence Armstrong. Research Fellow at the Scott-Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, talks about Soviet exploitation of the North-East Passage
played by the Wigmore Ensemble: Geoffrey Gilbert (flute) Maurice Clare (violin)
William Pleeth (cello)
Marie Korchinska (harp)
Wilfrid Parry (piano)