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: JANNEQUIN

La guerre; Le chant des oyseaux
Pro Musica Antiqua Director. Safford Cape on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Director. Safford Cape

: READING A POEM

8-' Byzantium ' by W. B. Yeats
Talk by G. S. Fraser
The poem is read by V. C. Clinton -Baddeley before and after the talk

Contributors

Unknown: W. B. Yeats
Talk By: G. S. Fraser
Read By: V. C. Clinton

: J. C. BACH

Elsie Morison (soprano)
The Boyd Neel Orchestra
(Leader, Erich Gruenberg ) Director, Thurston Dart
(harpsichord)
Sonata In C minor, Op. 5 No. 8 Songs from Vauxhall Gardens:
Come, Colin, pride of rural swains; Cease a while, ye winds
Harpsichord Concerto in A
Songs from Vauxhall Gardens:
Ah! why should love; Would you a female heart inspire?
Sonata in B flat, Op. 17 No. 6
Songs from Vauxhall Gardens:
Lovely yet ungrateful swain; Ahl seek to know
followed by an interlude at 7.55

Contributors

Soprano: Elsie Morison
Leader: Erich Gruenberg
Harpsichord: Thurston Dart

: TECHNIQUES OF SOCIAL CONTROL IN SOUTH AFRICA

Talk by Leo Kuper ph.D. ,
Professor of Sociology in the University of Natal
'Critics of the South African Government often say that it has no plan for race relations, that it is groping in the dark. Nothing,' says Professor Kuper, ' could be further from the truth.' In this talk he is not concerned to defend or attack the apartheid policy but, as a sociologist, examines the theories of social control which he believes to underlie it and the systematic means by which it is being introduced.
Golden City Jazz, by Todd Matshi kiza: Monday at 10.10

Contributors

Talk By: Leo Kuper Ph.D.
Unknown: Todd Matshi

: DVORAK

String Quartet in G
Op. 106 played by the Element Quartet:
Ernest Element (violin) Kenneth Page (violin)
Dorothy Hemming (viola)
Oliver Brookes (cello)
Quartet in F minor: June 1

Contributors

Violin: Ernest Element
Violin: Kenneth Page
Viola: Dorothy Hemming
Cello: Oliver Brookes

: 'THE SHRIMP AND THE ANEMONE'

by L. P. Hartley
Adapted and produced by Archie Campbell
Pianist, Cicely Hoye

Contributors

Unknown: L. P. Hartley
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Pianist: Cicely Hoye
Hilda: Susan Dalison
Eustace, her brother: Douglas Hankin
Nancy Steptoe: Pat Garwood
Aunt Sarah: Betty Hardy
Minney: Molly Lumley
Mr Cherrington: Allan Cuthbertson
Craddock, a cabman: Charles Lamb
Major Steptoe: Derek Prentice
Gerald, his son: Anthony Warner
Mrs Steptoe: Beryl Riggs
Miss Fothergill: Gladys Young
Miss Grimshaw, her companion: Janet Burnell
Miss Wauchope, a dancing mistress: Joan Clement Scott
Dr Speedwell: Derek Prentice
Nurse Hapgood: Viola Compton
Annie, a maidservant: Pamela Binns
Dick Staveley: Warren Hearnden
Anne, his sister: Pamela Binns
Narrator (Eustace as a young man): David Spenser

: FRANK BRIDGE

Sonata for piano played by Eric Parkin

Contributors

Played By: Eric Parkin








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