25-Parliament and the Courts by Harry Street Professor of Law
In the University of Nottingham
The Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute), Terence Mc -Donagh (oboe), Jack Brymer (clarinet) Gwydion Brooke (bassoon). Frederick Riddle (viola), Maria Korchinska (harp), and Wilfrid Parry (piano): with Peter Newbury (cor anglais). Walter Lear (clarinet). Edward Wilson (bassoon), Edmund Chapman (horn), and Ian Beers (horn)
Talk by Pastor Eberhard Bethge
Dietrich Bonhoeffer died at the hands of the Gestapo ten years ago. His influence on young pastors in the Confessing Church of Germany during their struggle with the Nazi regime was considerable, and his writings are still widely read in Germany. Most of them have recently been translated into English, and now his principal work, Ethics, has been published. Pastor Bethge edited this work in its German edition and was for many years a close friend of Bonhoeffer. It was to him that most of the letters from prison were written, and he has now succeeded Bonhoefter as Pastor of the German congregation in London.
Poems by Andrew MarveU
Read by Robert Eddison
Anthony White and Diana Olsson
Produced by Sasha Moorsom
London Bach Society
Conductor, Paul Steinitz
A group of five talks
3-In Search of a Livelihood by Alfred Sauvy
Directeur de l'lnstitut National d'Etudes Demographiques,
Membre du Conseil Economique
This talk is to be given in French: a translation will be broadcast at 9.30 p.m.
Symphony No. 8, in F
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Felix Weingartner on gramophone records
3-In Search of a Livelihood
An English version of the talk broadcast at 8.45. translated and read by John Cocking , Professor- of French Language and Literature in the University of London.
by J. R. R. Tolkien
A radio adaptation in six parts from
Volume 1 of ' The Lord of the Rings'
Music by Anthony Smith-Masters
The programme adapted and produced by Terence Tiller
2-' Black Riders and Others'
J. R. R.
A programme devised and introduced by Deric Kennard
Julian Bream (guitar)
Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano)
Peter Mountain (violin)
The programme includes music by Brays-sing, Corbetta, R. de Visee, Lagarde, Porro, Weber, Paganini, and Roussel.
K. de B. Codrington examines the question whether the methods of Western art history are applicable to the art of India. He refers to some recent publications such as The Art of India through the Ages by Stella Kramrisch.
K. de B.