by Andrew Shonfield
Foreign Editor of the Financial Times Mr. Shonfield comments on the new trend in British official thinking about the need for closer relations with Western Europe, and examines the implications of a common market.
Three talks by Helen Gardner
Fellow of St. Hilda's College, Oxford
3-The Historical Sense
In the last of her talks, Miss Gardner considers two of the most characteristic procedures of modern criticism, particularly as they have been used in the field of seventeenth-century studies: the search for meaning through the examination of patterns of imagery, and the study of the ' climate of opinion' in which a writer lived and wrote.
by Henry James adapted for radio in three parts by Mary Hope Allen
1—' The Making of a Revolutionary '
The action takes place in London and at Medley Hall in the 80s of the last century
Produced by Mary Hope Allen
Hyacinth Robinson,a child:
Hyacinth Robinson,a man:
Lady Aurora Langrish:
The Princess Casamassima:
Piano Concerto No. 1, in C
Artur Schnabel (piano)
London Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent on gramophone records
First of a series in which Schnabel's recordings of the Beethoven Piano Concertos can each be compared with that of a different pianist.
Concerto for string quartet
Sinfonia; Siciliana: Minuetto, recita:ivo, aria: Canzone played by the Aeolian String Quartet: Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola)
John Moore (cello)
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