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: INTERNATIONAL RIVERS

Talk by a barrister
A God-given highway, open to the use of all men': a state's private property. Somewhere between these extremes lies peace.
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: NOVAK

Quartet No. 2, in D played by the London String Quartet: Granville Jones , Carl Pini
Keith Cummings , Douglas Cameron.

Contributors

Unknown: Granville Jones
Unknown: Carl Pini
Unknown: Keith Cummings
Unknown: Douglas Cameron.

: PROSPECT

A monthly series of talks
Planning and Local Government by Derek Senior
The local government correspondent of the Manchester Guardian continues the planning discussion in this series. He believes that our main problems cannot be solved without extensive reorganisation in local government, and he reviews in this light the proposals of the White Paper on Local Government in England and Wales presented to Parliament last July.

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Senior

: ' SHOT THE ALBATROSS'

To sea with Captain Simon Hatley , touching at Robinson Crusoe's island, and back with the Ancient Mariner
Written by Francis Watson with Howard Marion-Crawford , Ernest Jay Desmond Llewelyn , Geoffrey Wincott
Peter Vaughan , John Cazabon Richard George , Victor Platt
Patrick Westwood , Betty Hardy
Produced by Maurice Brown
In the year in which Robinson Crusoe first appeared, a man who had seen Alexander Selkirk rescued from Juan Fernandez sailed again to the South Seas, shot an albatross on a day of bad weather, and so in the fullness of time made his forgotten contribution to another literary masterpiece.

Contributors

Unknown: Captain Simon Hatley
Written By: Francis Watson
Unknown: Howard Marion-Crawford
Unknown: Ernest Jay
Unknown: Desmond Llewelyn
Unknown: Geoffrey Wincott
Unknown: Peter Vaughan
Unknown: John Cazabon
Unknown: Richard George
Unknown: Victor Platt
Unknown: Patrick Westwood
Produced By: Maurice Brown
Unknown: Robinson Crusoe
Unknown: Alexander Selkirk
Unknown: Juan Fernandez

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Nina Milkina (piano)
The Jacques Orchestra (Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Conductor, Reginald Jacques

Contributors

Piano: Nina Milkina
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conductor: Reginald Jacques

: EXPLORATORY BEHAVIOUR IN ANIMALS AND MAN

Talk by S. A. Barnett
Senior Lecturer in Zoology in the University of Glasgow
The speaker traces a sequence of behaviour from the apparently random movements of the simplest animals to the latent exploration implied in fantasy in man.

Contributors

Talk By: S. A. Barnett

: MEMORIES OF A BALLAD HUNTER

In six programmes Alan Lomax introduces folk music he has recorded on his travels
4-Spain: Vigo to San Sebastian Recording assistant, Jeanette Bell

Contributors

Introduces: Alan Lomax

: LISZT

Missa Choralis
Kyrie; Gloria; Credo; Sanctus;
Benedictus; Agnus Dei
George Thalben-Ball (organ)
BBC Chorus
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate

Contributors

Unknown: Agnus Dei
Unknown: George Thalben-Ball
Conductor: Leslie Woodgate








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