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: MORALS AND THE SCEPTIC

by Bertram Henson
Scepticism is good, is indeed necessary for the exercise of moral conscience. There is no typical Christian ethic and no substitute for the light of reason within us.
(The recorded broadcast of June 1)

Contributors

Unknown: Bertram Henson

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Colin Horsley (piano)
BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conductor, John Hopkins

Contributors

Piano: Colin Horsley
Leader: Reginald Stead
Conductor: John Hopkins

: THE DIARIES OF JOHN RUSKIN 1835-1847

Robert Furneaux Jordan introduces passages which reveal the young Ruskin's passionate observation of nature, the key to his approach to architecture and painting.
Reader, John Glen

Contributors

Introduces: Robert Furneaux Jordan
Reader: John Glen

: John Gabriel in PARADOX, KING'

A novel in dialogue by Pio Baroja
Translated by Nevill Barbour
Edited for radio by Adrian Brunei
Music composed by Humphrey Searle
Production by Frederick Bradnum

Contributors

Dialogue By: Pio Baroja
Translated By: Nevill Barbour
Radio By: Adrian Brunei
Composed By: Humphrey Searle
Production By: Frederick Bradnum

: SCHUBERT and STRAUSS

Norman Foster (bass)
Daphne Ibbott (piano) .

Contributors

Bass: Norman Foster
Piano: Daphne Ibbott

: 'THE SPOILS'

by Basil Bunting

Contributors

Unknown: Basil Bunting

: ENGLISH HARPSICHORD MUSIC

of the seventeenth century played by Arnold Goldsbrough
Second of two programmes

Contributors

Played By: Arnold Goldsbrough








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