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: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Sophie Wyss (soprano)
BBC Scottish Orchestra (Leader, J. Mouland Begble )
Conductor, Ian Whyte

Contributors

Soprano: Sophie Wyss
Leader: J. Mouland Begble
Conductor: Ian Whyte

: INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE

A talk about the Communist International by Richard Lowenthal
Foreign commentator of The Observer The Communist International: Documents, Volume I: 1919-1922, edited by Jane Degras , has recently been published.
(The recorded broadcast of May 1)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Lowenthal
Edited By: Jane Degras

: RECITAL

Yvonne Lefebure (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Yvonne Lefebure

: ST. PETER'S DENIAL OF CHRIST

Talk by Bertram Henson
Mr. Henson gives his reasons for thinking that this is ' the authentic moment of the Christian Revelation.'

Contributors

Talk By: Bertram Henson

: CHARLES MOUTON

Walter Gerwig (lute)
Le dialogue des Graces sur Iris: La mallassis; Le toxin: La gaubade; La changeante: L'heureux Hymen; L'amant content on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Gerwig

: Maurice Denham and Catherine Lacey in ' OLD FORTUNATUS'

by Thomas Dekker
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Wilfrid Grantham
Music composed by Elizabeth Poston
Orchestra and BBC Singers conducted by Douglas Robinson

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Dekker
Produced By: Wilfrid Grantham
Composed By: Elizabeth Poston
Conducted By: Douglas Robinson
Chorus: Beth Boyd
Old Fortunatus: Maurice Denham
His sons: Andolecia: Peter Halliday
His sons:Ampedo: Alan Reid
Shadow, his servant: John Sharp
Soldan: Marne Maitland
The goddess Fortune: Catherine Lacey

: BACH

James Dalton (organ)
Trio Sonata No. 1, in E flat Trio Sonata No. 5, in C
From Worcester College, Oxford

Contributors

Unknown: James Dalton

: PLATO'S 'REPUBLIC' REVIEWED

A series of four talks
1—Introduction by W. K. C. Guthrie
Professor of Ancient Philosophy in the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Peterhouse
Of all philosophers, Plato is the most persistently modern. The Republic is still necessary to students of political theory. It has been equally appropriately described as 'a dramatically disguised essay on the True, the Good, and the Beautiful.' How do such apparently distant themes find place in one coherent work? The talks in this series seek an explanation.
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 10) Degrees of Reality, by John Raven : August 8

Contributors

Unknown: W. K. C. Guthrie
Unknown: John Raven

: FRICKER and HAMILTON

Dennis Brain (horn)
Wilfrid Parry (piano)
Lyra String Quartet: Granville Casey (violin)
John Crossan (violin)
John Linn (viola)
John Mclnulty (cello)
New Edinburgh String Quartet:
Robert Cooper (violin) Anne Crowden (violin)
Christopher Martin (viola)
Joan Dickson (cello)
(first broadcast performances)
Second of four programmes

Contributors

Horn: Dennis Brain
Piano: Wilfrid Parry
Violin: Granville Casey
Violin: John Crossan
Viola: John Linn
Cello: John McLnulty
Cello: New Edinburgh
Violin: Robert Cooper
Violin: Anne Crowden
Viola: Christopher Martin
Cello: Joan Dickson

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