Talk by J. M. Cocking
Professor of French at King's College, London
A shortened version of the Inaugural Lecture in the Chair of French given in March.
London Harpsichord Ensemble :
John Francis (flute)
Alibeirt Waggett (flute) Peter Mounitiaiin (violin)
Colin Sauer (viollin)
Bernard Davis (viola)
Ambrose Gauntlett (ceilto)
Milicent Silver (hairsichord)
Sonatina in D minor, for harpsichord, two flutes, two violins, viola, cello.
Sonaita in E minor, for flute and comtinuo
Sonaita in C, for harpsichord, violin, and cello
Sonatina in E flat, for harpsichord, two flutes, two violins, viola, cello.
First of five programmes.
Illustrated balk by Antony Hopkins
See tomorrow at 6.40
Graham Greene reads an extract from a novel he is now writing
Set in Indo-China towards the end of 1951, the extract, which is a description of an incident in the Vietmin war, contains no fiction.
An opera in three acts presented by the Essen State Opera
Libretto after two tragedies by Frank Wedekind "Erdgeist" and "BÃ¼chse der Pandora"
Music by Alban Berg
(sung in German)
Essen State Orchestra
Conducted by Gustav KÃ¶nig
(Recording of a performance broadcast from the 1953 Holland Festival: made available by courtesy of Stichting Nederandsche Radio Unie)
Scene 1: An artist's studio
Scene 2: An elegant apartment
Scene 3: A theatre dressing-room
Deryck Cooke writes on page 27
Countess Geschwitz (mezzo-soprano):
A Theatrical Dresser (contralto):
A Student (contralto):
The Mediical Adiviser (spoken part):
Jack the Ripper (spoken part):
The Painter (tenor):
Dr SchÃ¶n, editor (baritone):
Alwa, his son, writer (tenor):
Schigolch, an old man (character bass):
Rodirigo, an athlete (bass):
The Prince, an explorer (tenor):
The Valet (character tenor):
The Theatre Director (bass):
An Animal Tamer (bass):
Talk by Stuart Hampshire
Stuart Hampshire, Fellow of New College, Oxford, discusses the principles and altitudes revealed in Mr. Stevenson's recently published speeches and their significance in contemporary politics.
Scenes 1 and 2: A large hall in the German Renaissance style
An attic in London
6-Justice and Toleration
Talk by A. H. Oampbell Professor of Jurisprudence in the University at Edinaburgh
(The recorded broadcast of Aug. 7)
Sonata in F minor, Op. 120 No. 1 played by Kenneth Essex (viola)
Dennis Murdoch (piano)
(The recorded broadcast of July 3)