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: FIRST READING: 5

A monthly magazine of new poetry and prose, edited and introduced by John Wain

Contributors

Introduced By: John Wain

: C. P. E. BACH

Music for the forte-piano played by Joan Barker
Fantasia in C
Sonata in F minor Rondo in C minor Fantasia in A
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Contributors

Played By: Joan Barker

: ANNALS OF THE PARISH

Talk by W. G. Hoskins
Since the appointment in 1533 of John Leland as King's Antiquary, the study of bocal records and local history has progressed in Great Britain until today it is almost universal. W. G. Hoskins , Reader in Economic History at Oxford, speaks of the importance of this increased interest in local history and of auch publications as those issued tn recent years by the Essex Record Office.

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Talk By: W. G. Hoskins
Unknown: John Leland
Reader: W. G. Hoskins

: Edinburgh International Festival

ROME
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA of the Italian Radio (R.A.I.)
Conducted by Vittorio Gui
From the Usher Hall. Edinburgh
Part 1

Contributors

Conducted By: Vittorio Gui

: FATHER OF ENGLISH GARDENING

Talk by David Green
As a sequel to has three talks on the formal garden David Green quotes Ste-phen Switzcr as epitomising the transitional period from the geometrical parterre to what Switzer called ' this farm-like way of gardening,' a back-to-nature cult which in turn was to icad to the painstakingly contrived ' natural' landscapes of Capability Brown.

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Talk By: David Green

: ROME SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

(concert continued)

: 'THE WAY TO THE ISLAND'

An enquiry into the origins and influence of Robinson Crusoe

: TUDOR HYMNS

The Renaissance Singers
Conductor, Michael Howard

Contributors

Conductor: Michael Howard

: THE LITIGANT AND THE LAW

by Claud Mull-ins
A talk on the final report of the Committee on Supreme Court Pract ce and Procedure, published on July 13 (H.M. Stationery Office Command Paper, 8878)

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Unknown: Claud Mull-Ins

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