by Colin Hardie
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
In recent broadcasts Professor E. R. Dodds advanced arguments for the multiple authorship of the Iliad and the Odyssey. Mr. Hardie believes that they were composed by one and the same poet. In this talk he gives his view of Homer's creative genius and the way in which he came to compose his poems.
Professor E. R.
Salisbury Cathedral Choir
Director, Douglas Guest
Douglas Guest (organ)
Great and marvellous
When David heard that Absalom was slain
Miserere Gloria tibi Trinitas
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Third
Second of six programmes
Talk by Z. Y. Hershlag, Ph.D.
Lecturer In Regional Economics a.t the Hebrew University, Jerusalem Dr. Hershlag examines the main features and problems of the economy of the new state of Israel and gives his opinion of the country's economic future.
Yfrah Neaman (violin)
Colin Horsley (piano)
London Symphony Orchestra
(Led by William Armon )
Conducted by Basil Cameron
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
Part 1: Brahms
7.47 app. Violin Concerto In D
8.28 app. Symphony No. 3. in F
See pages 4 and 5
('... seems to be the best train. Miss Ethel Winter of the Department of English will meet you at the station and '—From a letter addressed to the visiting speaker)
A poem by Vladimir Nabokov read by the author
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