Talk by Julian Amery , M.P. Julian Amery, who organised and landed* with the first British military mission to rhe Yugoslav guerriilas in the autumn of 1941, talks about Vladimir Dedijer's recently published biography of Marshal Tito.
Talk by R. J. Z. Werblowsky
Lecturer in Psychology in the University of Leeds
' A psycho-therapist's business is in a real tense the cure of souls.' Science cannot grasp God. I do not think i.t even wants to.' Within those terms Dr. Werblowsky discusses the significance of religious symbols to the psychologist.
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Paul Sacher
Douglas Whittaker (flute)
John Wolfe (oboe)
Ralph Clarke (clarinet)
Richard Newton (bassoon)
Douglas Moore (horn)
William Overton (trumpet) William Teskey (trombone)
Paul Sacher, who has won renown for his work (particularly on behalf of contemporary music) at Basle, is including in this concert two works by Swiss composers. Honegger's Monopartita, which is receiving its first broadcast performance in this country, was completed in Paris two years ago; Martin's Concerto was written in Amsterdam and Geneva in 1949.
Second of two illustrated talks by Franklyn Kelsey
In his first talk Franklyn Kelsey considered the art of tinging in its historical aspect with its greatest period, in his View, between the end of the sixteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century. This evening he talks about the ' lost secret ' in action.
by Mikhail Prishvin
A programme of readings taken from The Lake and the Woods: or Nature's Calendar, translated from the Russian by W. L. Goodman
Mikhael Prishven, writer and naturalist, was born in 1873. He thus belongs to the older generation of Russian writers, but he is popular in Russia today and still contributing to periodicals there. The Lake and the Woods describes the lives of birds, animals, and men during the course of the seasons in the country round Lake Pleshcheyevo.
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