A report by Ernst Schnabel
Starting from the stage version of Anne Frank 's Diary, Ernst Schnabel , the German radio writer and novelist, goes in search of the real Anne as she lives on in the memory of those who knew her, and from their testimony he pieces together the story of her last journey to Belsen and death.
Witnesses: with Molly Rankin , David Garth and Roger Snowdon
Production by Christopher Holme
(The recorded broadcast of October 14)
Frau de Wiek:
Osian Ellis (harp)
London Chamber Orchestra
(Leader, Lionel Bentley )
Conductor, Anthony Bernard
One of a scries of programmes demonstrating the ways in which different composers have made use of the harp.
Recital by Elena Polonska of Italian, French, and Breton music: Nov. 16
A discussion among a group of those at present responsible for the training of artists and designers
Bruce Archer. Clifford Ellis
Mary Hoad , J. H. Holden
John Christopher Jones
Victor Pasmore. Claude Rogers
Sir Gordon Russell
Maurice de Sausmarez and Basil Taylor
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.
(The recorded broadcast of October 3)
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