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: ORGAN RECITAL

by C. H. Trevor
Buxtehude and his Pupils
From Hampstead Parish Church
This is the first of three organ recitals by C. H. Trevor. The second, ' Bach and his Contemporaries,' will be broadcast on November 20, and the third, ' Frescobaldi and his Pupils,' on November 22.

Contributors

Unknown: C. H. Trevor
Unknown: C. H. Trevor.

: REVOLUTION IN PHILOSOPHY

A series of seven talks
I-F. H. Bradley by Richard Wollheim Lecturer in Philosophy
In the University of London

Contributors

Unknown: H. Bradley
Unknown: Richard Wollheim

: BASIL BUNTING

A selection of his poems
Read by Frederick Allen , Laidman Browne and James McKechnie
Introduced by D. G. Bridson

Contributors

Read By: Frederick Allen
Read By: Laidman Browne
Read By: James McKechnie
Introduced By: D. G. Bridson

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Margaret Ritchie (soprano)
Nancy Evans (contralto) Richard Standen (bass)
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute)
BBC Midland Chorus
BBC Midland Orchestra (Leader, Donald Sturtivant )
Conducted by Sir Arthur Bliss and John Lowe
Part 1
(conducted by John Lowe )
From the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. University of Birmingham

Contributors

Soprano: Margaret Ritchie
Contralto: Nancy Evans
Bass: Richard Standen
Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Leader: Donald Sturtivant
Conducted By: Sir Arthur Bliss
Conducted By: John Lowe
Conducted By: John Lowe

: AUSTRIA AND GERMANY

Second of two talks by Geoffrey Barraclough
' It was only after the German occupation of Austria in 1938,' says Professor Barraclough, ' that Hitler became a menace to Europe'; and he considers the implications of this fact for Europe today.

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Barraclough

: Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in ' THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HILDA TABLET'

A parenthesis for radio by Henry Reed
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
(Continued in next column)
The music composed by Donald Swann

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Reed
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Composed By: Donald Swann
Hilda Tablet, a composeress: Mary O'Farrell
Herbert Reeve, a scholar: Hugh Burden
Stephen Shewin: Carleton Hobbs
Connie, his wife: Gwen Cherreli
Elsa Strauss, a singer: Marjorie Westbury
Sir Eric Tablet Hilda's father: Norman Shelley
Lady Tablet, Hilda's mother: Susan Richmond
Evelyn Baxter, Hilda's secretary: Colin Campbell
The Duke of Mulset: Frank Duncan
The Duchess of Mulset: Diana Maddox
The Rector of Mull Extrinseca: Deryck Guyler
Nancy Shewin: Dorothy Primrose
Miss Welbeck, a headmistress Owen, Brian, George, and Humphrey Shewin, a few of her sons: DenisQuilley Wilfrid Downing, M Westbury and D Maddox: Vivienne Chatterton
Harold Reith, a librettist: Frank Duncan
R Egerton Bunningfield, A R A: Norman Shelley
Roger Cloud, a male composer: Deryck Guyler

: HAYDN

String Quartet in C. Op. 20 No. 2 played by the New London Quartet

: A 'LONG HOUSE' IN BORNEO

Talk by Tom Harrisson
Tom Harrisson , who for five years has been Government Ethnologist and Curator of the Sarawak Museum in Borneo, describes the domestic and social customs among a community of the Ketabit tribe in the central region.

Contributors

Talk By: Tom Harrisson
Talk By: Tom Harrisson








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