Joan Dickson (cello)
BBC Scottish Orchestra (Leader, J. Mouland Begbie )
Conductor, Ian Whyte
Three talks by Eric Ashby President and Vice-Chancellor,
The Queen's University of Belfast
Some reflections on British universities after reading W. H. G. Armytage's essays in recent numbers of The Universities Review, and R. M. Hutchins's book The University of Utopia.
(The recorded broadcast of March 19)
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate ) Conducted by Mogens Woldike
A series of programmes based on recordings made by Alan Lomax and by members of the National Centre for the Study of Folk Music, the Accademia Santa Cecilia, Rome (director, Giorgio Nattaletti)
2—The Year in Italian Folk Song
The programme produced and narrated by Alan Lomax in the studios of Radiotelevisione Italiana, Rome
Partita in D played by the London Baroque Ensemble
Conductor, Karl Haas on gramophone records
1—Dtfferences of Emphasis
This is the first of two programmes in which four English historians of the seventeenth century discuss together a subject on which each has independently uttered or written differing opinions.
C. V. Wedgwood author of 'The King's Peace, 1637-41'
H. R. Trevor Roper
Tutor of Christ Church, Oxford, and author of ' The Gentry, 1540-1640 '
D. H. Pennington
Lecturer in History at Manchester
University and joint author of ' Members of the Long Parliament'
Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford and author of ' The English Revolution. 1640 '
Trio in B flat, Op. 97 played by the Robert Masters Piano Trio:
Robert Masters (violin)
Muriel Taylor (cello)
Kinloch Anderson (piano)
This is the last of a series of programmes m which all Beethoven's piano trios have been played.
A monthly miscellany of comment and observation including :
' Poets and their Public'
'A Classic of Modern Criticism'
(The recorded broadcast of March 18)
Prélude; Adagio; Fugue (Suite dans la style ancienne, Op. 3)
Sarabande; Pavane (Suite pour le piano. Op. 10) played by the composer