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: THE TWO INDO-CHINAS

by Tibor Mende
Having lately visited both parts of Indo-China, or Viet-Nam, Tibor Mende compares political and economic developments in each area and assesses some outside influences at work on either side of their common frontier.

Contributors

Unknown: Tibor Mende

: HINDEMITH

Ludiis Tonalis
Studies in counterpoint, tonal organisation, and piano playing
Prelude; Fugue in C; Interlude; Fugue in G; Interlude; Fugue in F; Interlude; Fugue in A; Interlude; Fugue in E; Interlude; Fugue in E flat; Interlude' (March); Fugue in A flat; Interlude; Fugue in D; Interlude; Fugue in B flat; Interlude; Fugue in D flat: Interlude; Fugue in B (Canon),; Interlude (Waltz]; Fugue in F sharp; Postlude played by Franz Reizenstein (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Franz Reizenstein

: COMMENT

A topical programme on the arts, literature, and entertainment
Three speakers comment on whatever seems of most immediate interest in the world of the various arts: exhibitions, new productions in the theatre, new films and books. The programme includes a contribution on the play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll by the Australian playwright Ray Lawler.

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Lawler.

: FRANZ BERWALD

Symphony No. 4, in E flat
(1845) played by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Igor Markevitch on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Igor Markevitch

: THE INDO-EUROPEANS

Speakers:
Stuart Piggott , L. R. Palmer John Brough , Moses I. Flnley
In the recent series of talks a number of controversial points have been put forward about the original Indo-Europeans: that they came from the region of the Black Sea, had settled agriculture, a feudal society, and a religion that mirrored the society's tripartite structure. The present discussion reflects some of the prevailing disagreements.

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart Piggott
Unknown: L. R. Palmer
Unknown: John Brough
Unknown: Moses I. Flnley

: 'FIN DE PARTIE'

by Samuel Beckett
A studio performance, in French, of the stage production by Roger Blin

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Beckett
Production By: Roger Blin
Narrator: Jacques Brunius
Clov: Jean Martin
Hamm: Roger Blin
Nagg: Georges Adet
Nell: Christine Tsingos

: DVORAK

Piano Trio in F minor, Op. 65 played by the Kantrovitch Trio

: PHILLIS WHEATLEY

Edward Scobie speaks about the 18th-century Negro poet who was bought in a Boston slave market
Muriel Smith reads some of her poems

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Scobie
Unknown: Muriel Smith

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