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: Robert Spcaight reading 'THE DEFENCE OF JUDAS '

by "Paul Claudel
Translated by Robert Speaight
(The recorded broadcast of March 31)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Claudel
Translated By: Robert Speaight

: JAN SIBELIUS

A memorial concert
Part 1: from Helsinki
See foot of page and page 6

: EAST OF THE ELBE

by John Midgley
An extended visit to Eastern Germany has provided Mr. Midgley with an opportunity to assess political ana economic developments there and to compare them with those in Western Germany.

Contributors

Unknown: John Midgley

: JAN SIBELIUS

Part 2: from London

: NEW POETRY

Selected and introduced by Thomas Parkinson
Associate Professor of English,
Berkeley University of California
The ' paleface ' tradition of American poetry-the sophisticated, cosmopolitan manner of, say, Wallace Stevens-is readily understood by English readers. The ' redskin ' tradition, represented by a poet such as William Carlos Williams, is not so easily accepted here.
Professor Parkinson discusses recent volumes by Williams, Allen Ginsberg , Josephine Miles , and the English poet
Charles Tomlinson , whose work, he believes, is in this tradition. Mr. Ginsberg and Mr. Tomlinson read their own work.
Reader, Josephine Burge ,

Contributors

Introduced By: Thomas Parkinson
Unknown: Allen Ginsberg
Unknown: Josephine Miles
Unknown: Charles Tomlinson
Reader: Josephine Burge

: BRAHMS

Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108 played by Alan Loveday (violin)
Leonard Cassini (piano)
The last In a series of three programmes in which Brahms's violin aonatas have been played

Contributors

Violin: Alan Loveday
Piano: Leonard Cassini

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