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: NEW GUINEA— A SECOND KENYA

by Francis West
Senior Lecturer in History. Victoria
University College, Wellington
A talk on some of the problems confronting the Australian Administration in New Guinea, whose work has recently been reported on by a visiting U.N. Mission.

Contributors

Unknown: Francis West

: RAGA MUSIC

Modem Classical Music from India and Pakistan
Raga Chhayanat sung by Bade Ghulam Ali Khan Last of three programmes devised and presented by William Coatea

Contributors

Unknown: Raga Chhayanat
Sung By: Bade Ghulam Ali Khan
Presented By: William Coatea

: PROPHETS AND THEIR SOCIETIES

by Dorothy Emmet
Professor of Philosophy
In the University of Manchester
In this abridged version of the Henry Myers Lecture delivered at the Royal Anthropological Institute on May 29, 1956, Professor Emmet makes a comparative study of the religious vocation in the Old Testament and in other religious traditions.

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Emmet

: POEMS BY KATHLEEN RAINE

Selected and introduced by Janet Adam Smith
Readers:
.Till Balcon and Derek Hart
Production by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Introduced By: Janet Adam Smith
Unknown: Derek Hart
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon

: Thomas Tomkins MUSICA DEO SACRA

Music for Whitsunday at Mattins
Andrew Pearmain (counter-tenor)
Wilfred Brown (tenor)
John Carol Case (baritone)
David Willcocks (organ)
Edgar Day (organ continuo) Choir of Worcester Cathedral
Conductor, David Willcocks
The Preces
Proper Psalm: 0 clap your hands Voluntary for organ
Te Deum (Fifth Service) Voluntary for organ
Jubilate Deo (Fifth Service) Voluntary for organ
Collect: God who as at this time
Last of three programmes devised and edited by Denis Stevens

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Pearmain
Tenor: Wilfred Brown
Tenor: John Carol Case
Baritone: David Willcocks
Unknown: Edgar Day
Conductor: David Willcocks
Edited By: Denis Stevens

: THE COMPOSER AND THE PROBLEM OF COMMUNICATION

Second of two talks by lain Hamilton
The speaker sees Webern as the most Influential figure behind post-war developments in composition. He also refers to the later works of Stravinsky and the position of Pierre Boulez and Luigi Norio.

Contributors

Unknown: Lain Hamilton
Unknown: Pierre Boulez
Unknown: Luigi Norio.

: Liam Redmond with Patrick Troughton and Sheila Manahan in ' THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS'

by Sean O'Casey
Adapted for broadcasting by Alec Macdonald
Produced by John Gibson
Sean O'Casey writes on page 4
'Juno and the Paycock': Feb. 24

Contributors

Unknown: Sean O'Casey
Broadcasting By: Alec MacDonald
Produced By: John Gibson
Unknown: Sean O'Casey

: D'INDY

Symphonie sur un chant montagnard francais
(Symphonie cévénole) played by Aldo Ciccolini (piano)
Parts Conservatoire Orchestra
Conductor, Andre Cluytena on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Aldo Ciccolini
Conductor: Andre Cluytena








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