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: DEBUSSY

En Blanc et Noir played by Robert and Gaby Casadesus (two pianos) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Gaby Casadesus

: RESEARCH

A discussion among scientists
On Growing Old
Why do organisms eventually decline and die? The problems of senescence provide a wide and expanding field for biological research.
Chairman: J. F. Danielli , F.B.S.
Professor of Zoology,
King's College. London
Panel:
A. Comfort, Ph.D.
Nuffield Research Fellow,
Zoology Department,
University College, London
P. L. Krohn
Nuffield Senior Gerontological Research Fellow, Anatomy Department,
University of Birmingham J. Rotblat , Ph.D., D.sc.
Professor of Physics,
St. Bartholomew's Hospital
Medical College, London
J. Maynard Smith Zoology Department,
University College, London

Contributors

Unknown: J. F. Danielli
Unknown: J. Rotblat

: GIOVANNI GABRIELI

(1557-1612)
Music for the great Venetian Festivals
Eileen McLoughlin (soprano)
John Whitworth (counter-tenor)
Edgar Fleet (tenor)
Maurice Bevan (baritone)
Ambrosian Singers
An Instrumental Ensemble
Charles Spinks (organ)
Conducted by Boris Ord
Psalm: Jubilate Deo
Motets for Holy Week:
Miserere mei; Timor et tremor
Sonata for three violins and continue
Marian Motets :
Beata es Virgo Maria; Maria Virgo
Canzona for strings and brass Motet: In Ecclesiis
First of three programmes, devised by Denis Arnold , to mark the quatercentenary of the birth of Gabricli.

Contributors

Soprano: Eileen McLoughlin
Soprano: John Whitworth
Baritone: Maurice Bevan
Unknown: Charles Spinks
Conducted By: Boris Ord
Unknown: Marian Motets
Unknown: Maria Virgo
Unknown: Denis Arnold

: 'NO GOING HOME'

A recollection of 1940 Written and produced by Frederick Bradnum
Music composed by Humphrey1 Searle with Charles Kay , John Bryning
Eric Francis , Ella Milne

Contributors

Produced By: Frederick Bradnum
Composed By: Humphrey1 Searle
Unknown: Charles Kay
Unknown: John Bryning
Unknown: Eric Francis
Unknown: Ella Milne
The Narrator: Anthony Jacobs
Lieutenant B: David Spenser
Sergeant Trelaha: John Sharp
Rifleman Smith: Haydn Jones
Staff Captain: Frank Windsor
Commanding Officer: Hamilton Dyce
Captain Askew: Trevor Baxter
Lieutenant Roberts: David Aylmer
Area Commander: Malcolm Graeme
Corporal: Jack Shaw
John Graham and Howard GoorneyBeryl: Thelma Holt








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