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: Benjamin Britten

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(BBC recording)

: The Other Unconscious

The second of two talks on Information and Skill by G. Patrick Meredith,
Professor of Psychology in the University of Leeds.
An analysis of the way in which skills are acquired, and particularly of the transmission of information, where events are unconscious not because repressed, but because consciousness is too slow to capture them.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Speaker: G. Patrick Meredith

: Orchestral Concert: Part 1

Artur Balaam (piano)
Philharmonia Orchestra
(Leader, Hugh Bean)
Conducted by Stanley Pope
(conducted by the composer)
(first performance in this country)
See page 7

Contributors

Pianist: Artur Balaam
Musicians: Philharmonia Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Hugh Bean
Orchestra conducted by: Stanley Pope

: The Irony of History in Stalinism

Isaac Deutscher speaks on E. H. Carr's fifth and latest volume in his 'History of Soviet Russia', called 'Socialism in one Country'.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Speaker: Isaac Deutscher

: Orchestral Concert: Part 2

Symphony No. 10 (1954) Havergal Brian
(first performance)

: The Death of Hector

A version based on Homer's Iliad by Rene Hague set in the style of a Rumanian epic ballad by Matyas Seiber.
With Freddie Phillips (guitar) and Reginald Leopold (violin).
Introduced by Douglas Cleverdon.
(BBC recording)
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 16)

Contributors

Writer: Rene Hague
Composer: Matyas Seiber
Production/Presenter: Douglas Cleverdon
Guitarist: Freddie Phillips
Violinist: Reginald Leopold
The Singer: Ewan MacColl

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