Adapted from Wilson's 'Tales of the Borders' and read by Laidman Browne
John Mackay Wilson began weekly publication of his 'historical, traditionary, and imaginative' tales in 1834. After his death the series was continued by his brother and Alexander Leighton.
A series of eight talks on science and the supply of food
4-The Desert and the Sownby E. W. Russell of the Department of Agriculture,
The subject of this talk is the extension of crop production in the uncultivated areas of the world.
Mass in E flat
Gisela Rathauscher (soprano)
Elfriede Hofstaetter (contralto)
Alfred Plangavsky (tenor)
Walter Berry (bass)
Vienna Academy Chamber Choir
Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Rudolf Moralt
Talk by John Berger
For several hundred years painters have made a regular practice of drawing from the nude model. The process serves as a discipline for training in the observation of form and structure and in the coordination of hand and eye. In this talk John Berger, a young painter and art critic, analyses his own reactions as they occurred while he was making a drawing from a model.
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