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: What Kind of Art Schools?

A discussion among a group of those at present responsible for the training of artists and designers.

This is the second of two programmes considering the future of art education in this country in the light of the changes recently proposed by the Ministry of Education.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Speaker: Bruce Archer
Speaker: Clifford Ellis
Speaker: Mary Hoad
Speaker: J. H. Holden
Speaker: John Christopher Jones
Speaker: Victor Pasmore
Speaker: Claude Rogers
Speaker: Sir Gordon Russell
Speaker: Maurice de Sausmarez
Speaker: Basil Taylor

: Haydn and Beethoven

Hans Richter-Haaser (piano)

Sonata in G (Haydn Society No. 40) - Haydn
Sonata in B flat, Op. 22 - Beethoven

(BBC recording)

Contributors

Pianist: Hans Richter-Haaser

: Roberto Gerhard

As an introduction to the series of broadcasts of his music beginning on Saturday, Roberto Gerhard talks about composing, with particular emphasis on the composer-listener relationship.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Speaker: Roberto Gerhard

: Vivaldi

Concerto in A (P.233) for viola d'amore and strings played by I Musici.
on a gramophone record

Contributors

Musicians: I Musici

: Recollections of Joseph Conrad

(born December 3, 1857)
Compiled by Vincent Brome and Douglas Cleverdon.
Recorded reminiscences by Albert Bampton, The Hon. Mrs. Mary Bell, Borys Conrad, John Conrad, Richard Curie, David Garnett, Douglas Goldring, Contran Goulden, Tennyson Jesse, E. Loder, Cmdr. A. Natalie Moya, Dr. J.T. Retinger, Bertrand Russell, Sir John Squire, Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Vinten, Lady Wedgwood, C.V. Wedgwood and Edward Sackville-West.
Introduced by Vincent Brome.

(Recorded broadcast of Dec. 3, 1957)

Contributors

Compiled by/Presenter: Vincent Brome
Compiled by/Producer: Douglas Cleverdon
Speaker: Albert Bampton
Speaker: The Hon. Mrs. Mary Bell
Speaker: Borys Conrad
Speaker: John Conrad
Speaker: Richard Curie
Speaker: David Garnett
Speaker: Douglas Goldring
Speaker: Contran Goulden
Speaker: Tennyson Jesse
Speaker: E. Loder
Speaker: Cmdr. A. Natalie Moya
Speaker: Dr. J.T. Retinger
Speaker: Bertrand Russell
Speaker: Sir John Squire
Speaker: Mr. C.R. Vinten
Speaker: Mrs. C.R. Vinten
Speaker: Lady Wedgwood
Speaker: C.V. Wedgwood
Speaker: Edward Sackville-West








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