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Derek Simpson (cello) Fiona Cameron (piano)
John Davies (clarinet)
Else Cross (piano)
David Martin (violin)
Florence Hooton (cello)
Derek Hammond-Stroud
The Macglbbon String Quartet:
Margot Macgibbon (violin)
Lorraine du Val (violin)
Anatole Mines (viola) Lilly Phillips (cello)
Ernest Lush (piano)


Cello: Derek Simpson
Piano: Fiona Cameron
Clarinet: John Davies
Violin: David Martin
Cello: Florence Hooton
Baritone: Derek Hammond-Stroud
Violin: Margot MacGibbon
Violin: Lorraine du Val
Viola: Anatole Mines
Cello: Lilly Phillips
Piano: Ernest Lush


by R. C. Zaehner
Professor of Eastern Religions in the University of Oxford and Fellow of All Souls College
Christianity fulfilled what the prophets had spoken. It is also the fulfilment of Indian and Iranian religion.
Last of a group of three talks


Unknown: R. C. Zaehner


Laudate Dominum omncs gentes for two four-part choirs sung by the BBC Midland Chorus Conductor, John Lowe
From St. Augustine's. Edgbaston
The mass Laudate Dominum (based on a motet of the same name) is one of the masterpieces composed during the last few years of Palestrina's life; it was published posthumously in 1601. Antiphonal effects between the two choirs are exploited throughout the work. followed by an interlude at 8.0


Conductor: John Lowe

: David Knight and Rachel Gurney with Gladys Young, Roger Delgado and Kathleen Hebne in ' THE AMERICAN'

by Henry James
Adapted for broadcasting in two parts and produced by Mary Hope Allen
The action takes place in Paris and in London in the year 1868
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.15-9.25 app.):
Two movements from
Little Symphony in B flat played by the Pierre Poulteau Wind Ensemble on a gramophone record


Unknown: Henry James
Produced By: Mary Hope Allen


by Kathleen Long


Unknown: Kathleen Long

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