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T. E. Utley and Graham Hutton discuss what to them seems the most important problem of our time--constraint of the individual


Unknown: T. E. Utley
Unknown: Graham Hutton

: William Sylvester in ' TOUCH AND GO'

A science-fiction episode by Kingsley Amis
Members of the Terrene Preparation Group:
Produced by David Thomson


Produced By: David Thomson
John Smith, Eirenics: Denis Goacher
' Katty ' Katsumata, Mechanics: Frank Duncan
Jacob Isaacs, Psychologies: William Sylvester
Martin Dobyinski, Inorganics: Alexis Chesnakov
' Doc ' Prosser-Thomas Therapeutics: Norman Wynne
Bill Onukwe, Organics: Errol John


Concerto for two pianos
Sonata for two pianos played by Noël Lee and Paul Jacobs
Second of six programmes to mark the occasion of Stravinsky's seventy-fifth birthday.


Played By: Noël Lee
Played By: Paul Jacobs


A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
The Prostitute's Rent by J. C. Smith Lecturer in Law
In the University of Nottingham


Byzantine Holy Week
Music Dramas
Schola Melurgica della
Badia Greca di Grottaferrata
Directed by P. Lorenzo Tardo
NIPTIR: words and music by the hymnographer St. Germanos. eighth-century Patriarch of Constantinople
GRANDE E SANTA PARASCEVE: words and music by the eighth- and ninth-century hymnographers Sophonios Theophanis and Theodoros Stouditis
The Abbey of Grottaferrata, near Rome, has preserved unbroken the tradition of Byzantine church music since its foundation in the tenth century. In the first drama, two speakers enact the story of Christ washing the feet of Peter; a deacon, choir, and soloists, comment on the action. In the second drama, chorus and soloists describe and comment on the Crucifixion and Burial, and look forward to the Resurrection.


Unknown: Badia Greca
Directed By: P. Lorenzo Tardo
Unknown: Sophonios Theophanis

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