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: RUSSIAN PIANO MUSIC

played by Julius Issertis

Contributors

Played By: Julius Issertis

: THE BURNING OF SERVETUS

Talk by the Rev. H. L. Short
Lecturer in Church History, Manchester College, Oxford
Three hundred years ago Servetus was burned in Geneva. He had been condemned to death for heresy both by the Roman Catholics in Vienna and the Calvinists in Geneva. Mr. Short , who has made a special study of his works explains why Servetus was condemned by both parts of the Christian Church and talks about the principles for which he died.
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 31)

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. H. L. Short
Unknown: Mr. Short

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Victoria Sladen (soprano) William Primrose (viola)
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Thomas Matthews )
Conducted by Walter Goehr
Part 1
(A second performance of the concert broadcast yesterday)
Robin Hull writes on page 27

Contributors

Viola: William Primrose
Leader: Thomas Matthews
Conducted By: Walter Goehr
Unknown: Robin Hull

: VIRGINIA WOOLF

William Empson reviews her posthumously published A Writer's Diary

Contributors

Unknown: William Empson

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2

: 'ALL FOR THE BEST'

by Luigi Pirandello
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Wilfrid Grantham
(Sunday afternoon's recorded broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown: Luigi Pirandello
Broadcasting By: Henry Reed
Produced By: Wilfrid Grantham

: EDMUND RUBBRA

String Quartet No. 2, in E flat
Op. 73 played by the New London Quartet

: PROSPECT OF BRITAIN

by Christopher Salmon
6-Cheap at the Price

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Salmon

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