Talk by 1. S. Maxwell Lecturer in Geography.
University of Sheffield
Talking about the book by W. G. Hoskins recently published under this title, Mr. Maxwell argues that only the geographer ' has been trained to observe, to describe, and-as far as it is possible -to explain the landscape as a whole.' He speaks particularly of the physical factors underlying the formation of the landscape, both rural and urban.
A Proust reconstruction by Pamela Hansford Johnson
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall with Oliver Burt. Denise Bryer
Ilona Ference , Olive Gregg Ian Sadler. Lydia Sherwood and Raf de la Torre
Music composed and piano music played by Michael Head Violinist, Granville Jones
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Robert de Saint-Loup:
Rachel, an actress:
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by Cor de Groot
Two talks by R. M . Hare
Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford
1-Can I be blamed for obeying orders?
Modern philosophers are often accused of talking about mere words. These talks are intended to show that words are very important.
Igor Ozim (violin)
Frederick Stone (harpsichord)
The Jacques Orchestra
(Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Conductor, Reginald Jacques
Illustrated talk by Fela Sowande
The speaker, who was organist at the Kingsway Hall, London, from 1944 to 1951, is now senior music assistant in the Nigerian Broadcasting Service.
He discusses, among other things, the way the tonal inflexion of the Yoruba language dominates Yoruba music, and the problems of the Nigerian composer today. The programme is illustrated by records of Nigerian folk and popular music, made available by courtesy of the Nigerian Broadcasting Service.
A study in comparison by A. R. Davis
Illustrative examples read by Joan Hart. Denis Goacher and H. C. Chang
Produced by D. G. Bridson
Sonata No. 1, in D minor played by Monique Fallot (cello)
Guy Fallot (piano) on gramophone recorda