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An adaptation from Dostoevsky's novel by David Tutaev
[Starring] Marius Goring, Hugh Burden with Frank Pettingell, Jill Bennett Peter Coke, Margaret Whiting
Details as Wednesday 8.0
Edgar Holt writes on page 6
During THE INTERVAL (6.0-6.10 app.):
A movement from Borodin's
String Quartet No. 1, in A played by the Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet on a gramophone record


Novel By: David Tutaev
Unknown: Edgar Holt



J. W. N. WATKINS advances a theory to account for the characteristic features of metaphvsical doctrines. The universe is haunted by something pervasive and elusive, strange but not wholly unfamiliar.
Second of two talks


Unknown: J. W. N. Watkins


Sonata in A, Op. 101
Sonata in C minor. Op. 111 played by Artur Balsam (piano)
Pint of three recitals in which Artur Bal lam plays Beethoven's last five sonatas.


Piano: Artur Balsam
Unknown: Artur Bal


Translation by Norman Cameron of ' La Nuit d'Octobre ' by Alfred de Musset (1810-1857) Programme arranged and introduced by Rayner Heppenstall
Last of four programmes


Translation By: Norman Cameron
Unknown: Alfred de Musset
Introduced By: Rayner Heppenstall
The Muse: Lydia Sherwood
The Poet: Robert Eddison


Yfrah Neaman
Sonata for unaccompanied violin
Roger Sessions
(first broadcast in this country)
First of three programmes

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