Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Liverpool Chamber Music Group
(Leader, Henry Datyner ) Director, Fritz Spiegl
(first performance in this country of the complete original version)
Alan Frank writes on page 4
Talk by Asa Briggs
Readf'r in Recent Social and Economic History in the University of Oxford
Mr. Briggs considers various types of strike and shows how objectives and tactics have changed during the course of the present century. followed by an interlude at 8.26
A novel by Ivy Compton -Burnett
Adapted for broadcasting by Peter Mellors in collaboration with the author
Production by Christopher Sykes
Christopher Sykes writes on page 6
During the interval (9.30-9.40 app.):
Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op. 3 No. 6 played by The Barchet Quartet
Helma Eisner (harpsichord)
Pro Musica String Orchestra,
Conductor, Rolf Reinhardt on gramophone records
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