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: FRANCK

Chorale No. 2. in B minor, played by Jeanne Demessieux at the organ of the Victoria Hall, Geneva on gramophone records

Contributors

Played By: Jeanne Demessieux

: WHAT MAKES LAW?

Two talks on modern legal realism by Graham Hughes
Lecturer in Law, University of Hull
2-Cases
Graham Hughes considers the judicial decisions in some cases and the relation of legal principles to actual situations.

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Hughes

: CORELLI and HANDEL

Frederick Grinke (violin)
Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord)
Terence Well (cello continuo)

Contributors

Violin: Frederick Grinke
Harpsichord: Arnold Goldsbrough
Cello: Terence Well

: SCIENCE OR FICTION?

by John Bowen
'No one would expect to find a controversy among writers of science fiction, but in fact there is one. Which is better: to make one's fiction accurately scientific, or one's science agreeably fictional? ' John Bowen gives some reasons for resolving this controversy in favour of the second alternative.

Contributors

Unknown: John Bowen

: Jill Balcon in ‘SAPPHO'

A play in verse by Lawrence Durrell
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Terence Tiller Incidental music composed by Anthony Smith-Masters with Marie Goossens (harp) and René Soames (tenor)
Cast in order of speaking:

Contributors

Unknown: Lawrence Durrell
Produced By: Terence Tiller
Composed By: Anthony Smith-Masters
Harp: Marie Goossens
Tenor: René Soames
Narrator: John Bryning
Minos: Arthur Young
Chloe: Yvonne Hills
Joy: Ysanne Churchman
Doris: June Tobin
Diomedes: T St John Barry
Sappho: Jill Balcon
Kreon: John Cazabon
Phaon: Godfrey Kenton
Pittakos: Noel Johnson

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Ellabelle Davis (soprano)
New York Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos

Contributors

Soprano: Ellabelle Davis
Conducted By: Dimitri Mitropoulos

: ORNAMENTATION IN MOZART'S VOCAL MUSIC

Two programmes, devised by Charles Mackerras and Fritz Spiegl , based on contemporary evidence showing how Mozart's music was performed by singers of his day
Jennifer Vyvyan (soprano)
Alexander Young (tenor)
The Goldsbrough Orchestra (Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Conductor, Charles Mackerras
Introduced by Fritz Spiegl
This second programme includes recently found decorated versions of the concert aria * Non so d'onde viene' (K.294), ' Wenn der Freude Thranen fliessen’ (71 Seraglio), and the Count's aria (Le Nozze di Figaro).

Contributors

Unknown: Charles MacKerras
Unknown: Fritz Spiegl
Soprano: Jennifer Vyvyan
Tenor: Alexander Young
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Introduced By: Fritz Spiegl
Unknown: Freude Thranen

: UNFINISHED NOVEL

by William Sansom
Quotations read by Anthony Jacobs
Mr. Sansom talks about a novel he wrote many years ago called Baby Bountiful. ' Its first and fundamental fault was that it sprang from a funny idea largely unrelated to real life. It postulated an England where a half-mad prime minister introduced emergency measures to increase the population rate.....'

Contributors

Unknown: William Sansom
Read By: Anthony Jacobs

: RECITAL

Julian Bream (guitar)

Contributors

Guitar: Julian Bream

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