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Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute),
Terence Mac-Donagh (oboe). Jack Brymer and Walter Lear (clarinet), Gwydion Brooke (bassoon). Alan Civil (horn). Philip Jones (trumpet).
Granville Jones (violin), Frederick Riddle
(viola), Anthony Pini (cello), Wilfrid
Party (piano). Maria Korchinska
(harp): with Michael Dobson (oboe).
Edward Wilson (bassoon), and Ian Beers (horn)


Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Oboe: Terence Mac-Donagh
Oboe: Jack Brymer
Clarinet: Walter Lear
Clarinet: Gwydion Brooke
Horn: Philip Jones
Violin: Granville Jones
Violin: Frederick Riddle
Viola: Anthony Pini
Piano: Maria Korchinska
Oboe: Michael Dobson
Bassoon: Edward Wilson


Translated and adapted for radio by Russell McKinnon Croft from * On ne Badine pas avec l'Amour * by Alfred de Musset
Details as Thursday 9.0


Unknown: Russell McKinnon Croft

: Buxtehude ' THE LAST JUDGMENT'

- Parts 1, 2, and 3


Insurance Claims by a barrister
What are sufficient grounds for rejecting insurance claims? Does the law need amending? The fifth report of the Law Reform Committee, published last January, suggests some reform. This talk is concerned with some of the difficulties.


Parts 4 and 5

: Marius Goring reads 'SAUL'

by Robert Browning


Unknown: Robert Browning


Sonata in B flat (K.454)
Arthur Grumiaux (violin)
Clara Haskil (piano) on a gramophone record


Violin: Arthur Grumiaux
Piano: Clara Haskil

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