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: BBC Scottish Orchestra

(Leader, J. Mouland Begbie )
Conductor, Ian Whyte

Contributors

Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor: Ian Whyte

: Prospect: The Architect in the Tropics

by John Page, Chief Research Officer, Nuffield Foundation Division for Architectural Studies

Mr. Page reviews "Tropical Architecture in the Humid Zone" by Maxwell Fry and Jane Drew, recently published; and considers post-war contributions to the housing problems of tropical countries.
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 17)

Contributors

Speaker: John Page

: A Concert

BBC Singers: Marjorie Avis, Margaret Rees, Maude Baker, Elizabeth McFeat, Bradbridge White, Emlyn Bebb, Stanley Riley, Roland Izzard, Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble: Philip Jones (trumpet), Roy Copestake (trumpet), Evan Watkin (tenor trombone), Arthur Wilson (tenor trombone), Gerard McElhone (bass trombone)

Contributors

Singer: Marjorie Avis
Singer: Margaret Rees
Singer: Maude Baker
Singer: Elizabeth McFeat
Singer: Bradbridge White
Singer: Emlyn Bebb
Singer: Stanley Riley
Singer: Roland Izzard
Conductor (singers): Leslie Woodgate
Trumpeter: Philip Jones
Trumpeter: Roy Copestake
Tenor trombonist: Evan Watkin
Tenor trombonist: Arthur Wilson
Bass trombonist: Gerard McElhone

: The Control of Military Power: 3: Politics and Arms in the United States

by D.W. Brogan, Professor of Political Science in the University of Cambridge

Four talks on the problems of civil-military relationships as they have developed in the major states of the world.

Contributors

Speaker: D.W. Brogan

: Caprice

by Ronald Firbank
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Author: Ronald Firbank
Adapted for broadcasting by/Producer: Douglas Cleverden

: Francois Couperin

George Malcolm (harpsichord)

Troisieme Ordre
La Tenebreuse; Premiere Courante; Seconde Courante ; La Lugubre; Gavotte; Menuet; Les Pelerines; Les Lauremines; L'Espagnolette; Les Regrets; Les Matelottes provencales; La Favorite; La Lutine
Ninth of a series of programmes of keyboard music by Couperin
(Next programme: March 8)

Contributors

Harpsichordist: George Malcolm
Composer: Francois Couperin

: The Overland Route to India: 5: Drum Melodies and Melodies from Iran

Seven illustrated talks by Deben Bhattacharya

In 1955 the speaker travelled from London to Calcutta recording folk and traditional music as he went.

Contributors

Speaker: Deben Bhattacharya

: Five Great Odes: 5: The Closed House

by Paul Claudel
Translated from 'Cinq Grandes Odes' and introduced by Geoffrey Brereton.

Contributors

Author: Paul Claudel
Translator/Presenter: Geoffrey Brereton
Reader: Valentine Dyall
Reader: Margot van der Burgh
Reader: Joan Hart
Reader: John Sharp
Production: Christopher Sykes








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