* Philosophical Investigations ' Reading and commentary by G. E. M. Anscombe
(The recorded broadcast of July 11) In a talk broadcast yesterday Miss Anscombe discussed Wittgenstein's method and influence.
G. E. M.
Three programmes transcribed and edited by John Stevens
3—Instrumental Music and Lute Songs
An Instrumental Ensemble
Philip Hattey (baritone)
Julian Bream (lute)
Talk by Lord Radcliffe P.c.,
Lord Radcliffe considers the series of talks broadcast in the Third Programme during October 1952 which have recently been published.
or The Verbiage Collector' by Michael Ayrton
Produced by Francis Dillon
A tribute to a minor daemon who, by his assiduity and pertinacity in the collection of vain and unmeaning sounds, sank to greatness.
Novelletten, Op. 21
(Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4) played by Edith Vogel (piano)
See also Saturday at 6.20
A reading by the author of his poem ' Ash-Wednesday '
Léon Goossens (oboe)
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader. Thomas Matthews )
Conductor, Basil Cameron
From the Royal Albert Hall, London Tickets may be obtained from the Royal Albert Hall or usual agents
Graham Whettam, who was born in 1927, is mainly self-taught as a composer, rhough he received help and advice from Eric Fenby. His Concertino for oboe and strings, one of severa! he has written for wind instruments, is dedicated to Jaap Stotijn, principal oboist of the Rewidentie
Orchestra. Lt is in three short movements, whioh are connected thctnatically.
Four programmes devised and presented by Ernest Borneman with recordings made in the field by Arthur S. Alberts
3-The Roots of American Negro Music
A programme of songs that are probably similar to those taken by Afrcan slaves to the New World, and of their American counterparts.
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 24)
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 descriptor of an incident in the Vietmin war, contains no fiction.
Erich Gruernberg (violin)
Celia Arieli (piano)