Talk by G. E. M. Anscombe
Miss Anscombe's translation of Ludwig Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations appeared on May 1. In this talk she discusses his method and his influence.
(The recorded broadcast of July 9)
See also tomorrow at 6.0
A portrait of the Irish dramatist drawn from the recorded memories of his contemporaries
Edward Stephens , George Roberts
Richard Irvine Best
Oliver St. John Gogarty
Seumas O'Sullivan , Dossy Wright
Fred O'Donovan and the unpublished reminiscences of Stephen McKenna
Edited by W. R. Rodgers
Narrator, Duncan Mclnytre
Production by Maurice Brown
Richard Adeney (flute)
Ell Goren (violin)
Marie Korchinska (harp)
George Malcolm (harpsichord)
William Glock (piano)
The Kalmar Chamber Orchestra
(Leader, Leonard Friedman )
Conductor, Colin Davis
From the Summer School of Music,
Talk by C. H. Talbot co-ediitor of the complete eddtdon of St. Bernard's works
During August and September the memory of St. Bernard, who died eight hundred years ago, will be celebrated in many parts of Europe. Dr. Talbot discusses some aspects of his work, bie method, and his influence.
by Victor Hugo
(1802-1885) with a new verse translation by James Kirkup
Read in English by Oliver Burt and in French by Jean Yonnel
Programme arranged by Rayner Heppenstall
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 31)
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