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The Scottish Junior Singers
Conductor, Agnes Duncan Marie Korchinska (harp)


Conductor: Agnes Duncan
Harp: Marie Korchinska


Talk by Kenneth Kirkwood
Lect,urer in Native Administnation,
Natal University, Soutih Africa
The Glen Grey Act of 1894, which extended the system of Native Reserves, was hailed as a major contribution to Native policy in southern Africa. The speaker considers it in the context of its time and of Rhodes's own thinking on racial questions, and examines its consequences in Africa today.


Talk By: Kenneth Kirkwood


Richard Adeney (flute)
Osian Ellis (harp)
The London Mozart Players
(Leader, Eli Goren )
Conductor, Harry Bleeh
Adagio amd Fugue for strings (K.546) Concerto for flute, harp, and orcheatira (K.299)
Symphony No. 33, in B flat (K.319)


Flute: Richard Adeney
Harp: Osian Ellis
Leader: Eli Goren
Conductor: Harry Bleeh


A selection of his poems made and introduced by Robert Graves
Reader, John Launle


Introduced By: Robert Graves
Reader: John Launle


Somata in A played by David Oistrakh (violin)
Lev Oborine (piano)


Violin: David Oistrakh
Piano: Lev Oborine


Talk by C. H. Waddington
C. H. Waddington comments on the account given by Professor C. D. Darling -ton in his recent book The Facts of Life of ihow the discoveries of modern generics affect our ideas about the nature of animals and human beings. The speaker is Professor of Animal Genetics in the University of Edinburgh.


Talk By: C. H. Waddington
Unknown: Professor C. D. Darling

: 'THE "CLIO"'

A radio script by Donald. McWhinnie from the novel by L. H. Myers


Novel By: L. H. Myers


Symphony for wind instruments played by the London Baroque Ensemble
Director, Karl Haas on giramophone recorda


Director: Karl Haas

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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