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William Pleeth (cello) Margaret Good (piano)


Cello: William Pleeth
Piano: Margaret Good


Two talks by J. O. Wisdom
Reader in Logic and Scientific Method in the University of London
2-Its Relation to Philosophy
In his second talk the speaker contrasts philosophy of science with language analysis. He finds that, although they have a superficial appearance of similarity of method, closer scrutiny reveals that they differ in method, aim, and interest.


Reader: J. O. Wisdom


Musica da Camera: Harold Clarke (flute)
Roger Lord (oboe)
Vera Kantrovitch (violin)
Joy Hall (cello)
Hubert Dawkes (harpsichord)


Flute: Harold Clarke
Oboe: Roger Lord
Violin: Vera Kantrovitch
Cello: Joy Hall
Harpsichord: Hubert Dawkes


A talk about the ' incident at the Curragh' by E. T. Williams
Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford
In this talk Mr Williams refers to the recently published book Mutiny at the Curragh by A. P. Ryan.


Unknown: E. T. Williams
Unknown: A. P. Ryan.


by Naomi Lewis with Natalie Lynn as Ella Wheeler Wilcox and Hugh Burden , Janette Richer
Guy Kingsley Poynter
Margot van der Burgh. Owen Berry
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
The most popular poet of either sex and of any age, read by thousands who never open Shakespeare.' So The Times described Ella Wheeler Wilcox on her death in 1919. In this quest of the essential Mrs. Wilcox through her sometimes startling life and work, Naomi Lewis discovers the advantageous relationship of ' good ' poetry and ' bad,' and where this poet's true originality lay.


Unknown: Naomi Lewis
Unknown: Natalie Lynn
Unknown: Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: Janette Richer
Unknown: Guy Kingsley Poynter
Unknown: Margot van Der Burgh.
Unknown: Owen Berry
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Unknown: Naomi Lewis


Andor Foldes (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Malcolm Sargent From the Royal Albert Hall, London


Piano: Andor Foldes
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent


An enquiry into ideas, beliefs, and allegiances found among some of the younger British architects and practitioners of the fine or applied arts
This programme arises out of the present exhibition This is Tomorrow at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London which sets out to explore the common ground between art and architecture by showing twelve projects each the result of direct co-operation between artists of different disciplines.
Speakers: Ian McCallum and David Piper as. critics; Peter Smithson ,
Colin St J. Wilson , Theo Crosbv , William Turnbull , Richard Hamilton , and Anthony Hill from among the collaborating artists; and Geoffrey Powell (architect), Geoffrey Clarke (sculptor), and Victor Willing (painter) from outside the range of exhibitors.


Unknown: Ian McCallum
Unknown: David Piper
Unknown: Peter Smithson
Unknown: Colin St J. Wilson
Unknown: Theo Crosbv
Unknown: William Turnbull
Unknown: Richard Hamilton
Unknown: Anthony Hill
Unknown: Geoffrey Powell
Unknown: Geoffrey Clarke
Unknown: Victor Willing


I Vespri della Domenica, degli Apostoli, della Madonna
Inno della Domenica, Lucis Creator optime; Magnificat primi toni; Inno degli Apostoli, Exultet orbis gaudiis; Magnificat sccundi toni; Inno della Madonna , Ave maris stella ; Magnificat sesti toni ; Conclusio, Toccata quinta sopra i pedali dell'organo e senza
Capella del Seminario Vescovile di Brescia
Directed by . Don Giuseppe Berardi
Giuseppe De Dona (organ)
(Recording made available by courtesy of RAT)
This is the last of four programmes of recordings made in April in Brescia at the festival held under the auspices of the Gruppo Musicale Girolamo Frescobaldi.


Unknown: Inno Della Madonna
Unknown: Ave Maris Stella
Unknown: Sesti Toni
Directed By: Don Giuseppe Berardi
Directed By: Giuseppe de Dona


A report on the Soviet point of view as expressed recently in the Soviet Press and broadcasts to the U.S.S.R.
Compiled by members of the BBC foreign news department

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