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: CHAMBER MUSIC

The Dutch Harpsichord Trio:
Johan Feltkamp (flute)
Piet Lentz (viola da gamba)
Jann van Wering (harpsichord)

Contributors

Flute: Johan Feltkamp
Viola: Piet Lentz
Harpsichord: Jann van Wering

: The Reith Lectures BRITAIN AND THE TIDE OF WORLD AFFAIRS

by the Rt. Hon. Sir Oliver Franks
« G.C.M.G., K.C.B.
4-The End of the Old World
' Most of us assume that the Europe we know so well continues today. I believe there is an important sense in which this assumption is mistaken. The old Europe of independent, quarrelling, sovereign nations is no longer fully alive.' In his fourth lecture Sir Oliver Franks describes his reasons for this belief and considers what Britain's attitude should be to a Europe where the Old World is dead.
Next lecture: January 18

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Oliver Franks
Unknown: Sir Oliver Franks

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Cor de Groot (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Karl Rankl
Part 1

Contributors

Leader: Paul Beard
Conducted By: Karl Rankl

: SOVIET AFFAIRS

A monthly review of cultural and political trends in the U.S.S.R.
The Soviet Writers' Congress
Talk by Alexander Werth

Contributors

Talk By: Alexander Werth

: MARCHING SONG'

by John Whiting
Adapted for radio by Peter Watts
Place: Catherine de Troyes' house, on the heights above a capital city in Europe
Produced by Peter Watts

Contributors

Unknown: John Whiting
Unknown: Peter Watts
Produced By: Peter Watts
Harry Lancaster: Hartley Power
Dido Morgen: Brenda Bruce
Dr Matthew Sangosse: Ronald Sidney
Father Anselm: Geoffrey King
Catherine de Troyes: Googie Withers
Rupert Forster: Sebastian Shaw
Announcer: Peter Goss
John Cadmus: Carleton Hobbs
Bruno: Michael Turner

: SONGS FROM THE DEEP SOUTH

Introduced by Robert McGimpsey
See page 7

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert McGimpsey








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