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: LIVING HERITAGE: THE BALANCE OF NATURB

3-Hill, Moor, and Mountain by J. B. Cragg
Professor of Zoology
In the University of Durham
(The recorded broadcast of April 20)
Next talk: Friday at 9.0

Contributors

Unknown: J. B. Cragg

: A CONCERT

Nancy Evans (mezzo-soprano)
George Malcolm
(harpsichord and piano)
London Chamber Players
Conductor, Anthony Bernard

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Nancy Evans
Harpsichord: George Malcolm
Conductor: Anthony Bernard

: THE HERALDIC UNIVERSE

Christopher Middleton talks about Lawrence Durrell 's new novel Justine.

Contributors

Talks: Christopher Middleton
Unknown: Lawrence Durrell

: THE OLD MAN OF TU-LING

A study of Tu Fu by Hugh Gordon Porteus

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Gordon Porteus

: CHOPIN

Ballades
No. 1. In G minor. Op. 23 No. 2, in F. Op. 38
No.3, In A flat, Op. 47
No. 4, in F minor. Op. 52 played by Julius Isserlls (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Julius Isserlls

: CHERUBINI'S STRING QUARTETS

by Robert Layton
Illustrations by the Amici Quartet:
Lionel Bentley (violin)
Marta Eitler (violin)
Harold Harriott (viola)
Joy Hall (cello)
Luigi Cherubini (1760-1842) wrote sit string quartets, five of them in old age when he was Director of the Paris Conservatoire. They are all to be broadcast in a series of recitals beginning on Wednesday evening at 9.25.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Layton
Violin: Lionel Bentley
Violin: Marta Eitler
Viola: Harold Harriott
Unknown: Luigi Cherubini

: Shakespeare Apocrypha ' A YORKSHIRE TRAGEDY'

preceded by a short introduction by Peter Watts

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Watts

: BACH and SCHOENBERG

The Martin String Quartet: David Martin. Marjorie Lavers
Eileen Grainger , Bernard Richards with Gwynne Edwards (viola) Florence Hooton (cello)

Contributors

Unknown: David Martin.
Unknown: Marjorie Lavers
Unknown: Eileen Grainger
Unknown: Bernard Richards
Viola: Gwynne Edwards
Cello: Florence Hooton

: PIERRE JOSEPH PROUDHON

A. J. Ayer
Professor of Philosophy in the University of London speaks about the nineteenth. century French socialist writer in the light of George Woodcock 's recently published book
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 3)

Contributors

Unknown: George Woodcock








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