by Morton White
Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University
Professor White criticises the group of talks on Metaphysics, broadcast in the Third Programme in 1955 and recently published in book form.
Some reminiscences by Lady Harty
As Agnes Nicholls, Lady Harty sang Sieglinde and Brunnhilde under Richter at Covent Garden in 1908. The programme includes a record of Walter Hyde singing Siegmund's Spring Song ' from The Valkyrie.
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