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: CASELLA

See panel below
The second of three programmes

: A PSYCHOANALYST LEARNS FROM ANIMALS

by John Bowlby
Deputy director, Tavistock Clinic, and consultant in mental health to the World Health Organisation
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 30)

Contributors

Unknown: John Bowlby

: Margaret Rawlinge and Robert Eddison in 'THE FOUNDLING'

A new play/ for radio by Peter Gurney
Music by Humphrey Searle Production! by Raymond Raikes
Voices of gravestones, dolphin, unicorn, griffin, winged honse, pelican roof-boss, dog-tooth, gargoyles, churchgoers, boys, and searchers;
John Cazabon William Eedle
Denis Goacher , James Thomason
Peter Wilde , Gabriel Woolf Berryl Calder , Sheila Grant
Eva Huszar , June Tobin Iain Wallace (banitone)
BBC Chorus
Sinfoniia of London conducted by the composer

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Gurney
Music By: Humphrey Searle
Production By: Raymond Raikes
Unknown: John Cazabon
Unknown: William Eedle
Unknown: Denis Goacher
Unknown: James Thomason
Unknown: Peter Wilde
Unknown: Gabriel Woolf
Unknown: Berryl Calder
Unknown: Sheila Grant
Unknown: Eva Huszar
Unknown: June Tobin
Unknown: Iain Wallace
The Presenter: Margaret Rawlings
Stephen as a man: Robent Eddison
Stephen as a child: Lane MacNamara
The Rector: Owen Berry
The Tramp: Deryck Guyler
The Foliate Head: Anthony Jacobs
Stephen's Father: Richard Williams
Stephen's Mother: Betty Hardy

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

See panel below
Parti 1
Another performance of the Viola Concerto: Sunday afternoon (Home)

: PROPRIETY AND SYMPATHY

by D. D. Raphael
Lecturer in Philosophy to the University of Glasgow
The psychological theory of morals, obscured for a long time by the authority of Kant and the influence of the Utilitarians, shows signs of reviving. It was already alive in the days of Hartley Smith and Adam Smith.
Mr. Raphael discovers affinities between Adam Smith 's Theory of Moral Sentiments, published in 1759, and Darwin and Freud.

Contributors

Unknown: D. D. Raphael
Unknown: Hartley Smith
Unknown: Adam Smith.
Unknown: Adam Smith

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

Part 2

: PATRIC DICKINSON

Some recent poems
Read by Kristin Linklater
David Lloydi James and the author who also presents the pnogmmme

Contributors

Read Byi: Kristin Linklater
Read By: David Lloydi James

: BACH

See panel
Second of six programmes
Neat programme: February 3

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