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Eileen Joyce (harpsichord) BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Rudolf Schwarz
Part 1


Harpsichord: Eileen Joyce
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Rudolf Schwarz


by John Midgley
Mr. Midgley analyses some of the problems raised by the U.S.A.'s proposal to place intermediate-range ballistic missile sites in Western Europe, including Germany, and by the further possibility that nuclear weapons may be placed in German ha'nds.


Unknown: John Midgley


by Bernard Lewis
Professor of the History of the Near and Middle East,
University of London
4-The Glamour of the West
In the last of his studies of the growth of Muslim knowledge of Europe, Professor Lewis depicts the impact of the French Revolution on the people of the Ottoman Empire and other Muslim lands. ' The discovery had entered upon its final stage. At last the discoverers had found the talisman which, in time, would enable them to win-even against Europe-the European gift of freedom.'


Unknown: Bernard Lewis


Sonata in D minor. Op. 40 played by Emanuel Brabec (cello)
Franz Holetschek (piano) on a gramophone record


Cello: Emanuel Brabec
Piano: Franz Holetschek

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