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: ENGLISH LUTE MUSIC

1-The Lute's Apology for her Excellence
Julian Bream (lute)
Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Desmond Dupr6 (lute) Introduced by Thurston Dart

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Deller
Introduced By: Thurston Dart

: THE BACKGROUND TO 'DUBLINERS'

Stanislaus Joyce speaks about experiences shared with his brother James which the writer later used in his volume of short stories

Contributors

Unknown: Stanislaus Joyce

: CONCERT OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

BBC Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
Charles Spinks (organ)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Joseph Shadwick )
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Part 1
Given before an invited audience: programme arranged in collaboration with the Music Section of the Institute of Contemporary Ants.

Contributors

Chorus-Master: Leslie Woodgate
Chorus-Master: Charles Spinks
Leader: Joseph Shadwick
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult

: UNWILLING JOURNEY'

Talk by the Rt. Rev. J. L. Wilson , Bishop of Birmingham
Helmut Gollwitzer was a pastor of the German Confessional Church. His book with the titte of this talk is in the form of a diary which opens at the end of the second world war It was then that Gollwitzer, a medical orderly, was captured by the Russians in Czechoslovakia. The diary tells of five years in a Russian prison camp and of the changes that came over the author's mind in respect of Communism. The Bishop of Birmingham, who reviews this book, was himself a prisoner in Japanese hands.

Contributors

Unknown: Rt. Rev. J. L. Wilson

: CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

(concert continued)

: A SONG OF A SHIRT'

The novel by Christopher Sykes
Adapted for radio by Dorothy Baker
Production by Christopher Sykes
During the Interval (9.40-9.50 app.): Artur Schnabel (piano): on records

Contributors

Novel By: Christopher Sykes
Radio By: Dorothy Baker
Production By: Christopher Sykes
Rose: Mary Wimbush
Antony: David Peel
Narrator: Richard Bebb
Mrs Kripps-Weikersheim: Patience Collier
Derekson: Alexander Gauge
Gittle: Cyril Snaps
Crust: Francis de Wolff
Lord Fishguard: Ronald Simpson
Poett: Derek Hart
Harry Leighton: Anthony Jacobs
Col Poachley: Eric Lugg
The Footman: Deryck Guyler
Lady Carriet: Betty Hardy
Charlie: Geoffrey Matthews
Juxon: Garard Green

: THE END OF A CIVILISATION

A talk by Raymond Mortimer , who recently visited Morocco

Contributors

Talk By: Raymond Mortimer

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