The Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute)
Terence MacDonagh (oboe)
Jack Brymer (clarinet)
Gwydion Brooke (bassoon)
Dennis Brain (horn) Jean Pougnet (violin) Thomas Carter (violin) Frederick Riddle (viola)
Anthony Pini (cello)
Eugene Cruft (double-bass)
Maria Korchinska (harp)
Wilfrid Parry (piano)
Elisabeth Soderstrom (soprano)
Pamela Bowden (contralto)
Peter Pears (tenor)
Frederick Harvey (baritone)
Alvar Lidell (baritone speaker)
George James (bass)
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Norman Del Mar
(Also broadcast yesterday)
A study in misunderstanding by David Butler
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford
In his recent book under this title, Henry Pelling described the varying attitudes of the British Left towards America over the past hundred years. Mr. Butler wonders how far these attitudes are in fact peculiar to the Left.
by Joyce Cary
Mr. Cary has more unfinished novels than published ones, he says, but most of them are not necessarily abandoned. In his method of working they are an important source of new ideas and approaches.
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 14) Talk by R. C. Hutchinson : Feb. 6
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