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: RESEARCH

Nucleic Acids and the Virus
Chairman :
E. F. Gale , SC.D., F.R.S.
' X.R.C. Unit for Microbiology.
Cambridge
Panel:
Professor Andre Lwoff
Institut Pasteur , Paris
C. D. Darlington , F.R.S.
Professor of Botanv
In the University of Oxford
F. H. C. Crick, Ph.D.
M.R.C. Unit, Cavendish Laboratory,
Cambridge
Kenneth M. Smith, D.RC., F.R.S.
Virus Research Unit,
Molteno Institute, Cambridge

Contributors

Unknown: E. F. Gale
Unknown: Professor Andre Lwoff
Unknown: Institut Pasteur
Unknown: D. Darlington

: RAVEL

Valses nobles et sentimentales played by Monique Haas (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Piano: Monique Haas

: 'THE PICTURE*

by Eugene Ionesco
Translated by Donald Watson with Maurice DEÑHAM as the Large Gentleman
Robert EDDISON as the Painter
MARY O'FARRELL as Alice
Production by Michael Bakewell

Contributors

Translated By: Donald Watson
Unknown: Robert Eddison
Unknown: Mary O'Farrell
Production By: Michael Bakewell

: VILLA-LOBOS

Carmen Prietto (soprano)
London Symphony Orchestra-
(Leader, Hugh Maguire )
Conducted by the composer
Part 1
Giga (Quadrilha Caipira); Tocata
(Desafio); Fuga (Conversa) (Bachlanas Brasileiras No. 7)
(first broadcast in this country)
Songs with orchestra:
Eu te amo
Cancao das aguas claras
(first performance)

Contributors

Leader: Hugh Maguire

: THE WORLD OF INDUSTRY

A series of monthly talks on industrial affairs
Demarcation by David Nicolson
An industrial consultant engaged in shipbuilding
The court of enquiry into the shipbuilding and engineering disputes drew attention to some of the effects of demarcation between jobs. Mr. Nicolson examines the difficulties and fears that will have to be overcome before this problem can be satisfactorily settled.

Contributors

Unknown: David Nicolson

: VILLA-LOBOS

Part 2
RUDEPOEMA

: CONTEMPORARY GERMAN POETRY

Selected and introduced by Michael Hamburger
Including poems by Gottfried Benn , Oskar Loerke
Wilhelm Lehmann , GUnter Eich
Rudolf Hagelstange , Karl Krolow
Walter HBllerer , Heinz Piontek
Translations by Michael Hamburger and Christopher Middleton Readers: Denis McCarthy
Godfrey Kenton , Peter Illing

Contributors

Unknown: Gottfried Benn
Unknown: Oskar Loerke
Unknown: Wilhelm Lehmann
Unknown: Gunter Eich
Unknown: Rudolf Hagelstange
Unknown: Karl Krolow
Unknown: Walter Hbllerer
Unknown: Heinz Piontek
Unknown: Michael Hamburger
Readers: Christopher Middleton
Readers: Denis McCarthy
Readers: Godfrey Kenton
Unknown: Peter Illing

: CHERUBINI and MENDELSSOHN

Amici String Quartet:
Lionel Bentley , Marta Eitier
Harold Harriott , Joy Hall
Second of six programmes of quartets

Contributors

Unknown: Lionel Bentley
Unknown: Marta Eitier
Unknown: Harold Harriott
Unknown: Joy Hall

: LEDA AND ST. ANNE

Talk by lain Fletcher
The speaker believes that nineteenth-and twentieth-century literature is united by a limited but decisive community of themes and images. He takes one such theme, that of the recurrent fall of civilisation, using as his point of departure Pater's description of the Mona Lisa.

Contributors

Talk By: Lain Fletcher
Unknown: Mona Lisa.

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