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: MUSIC FOR WIND SEXTET

Radio Philharmonic Sextet of Hilversum :
Adriaan Bonsel (flute) Sam Zilverberg (oboe) Jos D'hondt (clarinet)
Anton Doomernik (bassoon)
Kees Versney (horn)
Herman Kruyt (piano)

Contributors

Flute: Adriaan Bonsel
Oboe: Sam Zilverberg
Clarinet: Jos D'Hondt
Bassoon: Anton Doomernik
Horn: Kees Versney
Piano: Herman Kruyt

: 'THE NEW APARTMENT'

by Heinz Huber
Translated by Christopher Holme
Read by Brian Wilde
In this short story Heinz Huber one of the younger German writers, satirises the principal beneficiaries of Germany's economic recovery: the new class of technologists and business men with their cult of modernity in everything.

Contributors

Unknown: Heinz Huber
Translated By: Christopher Holme
Read By: Brian Wilde
Unknown: Heinz Huber

: HINDEMITH and BACH

Amadeo Baldovino (cello)

Contributors

Cello: Amadeo Baldovino

: THE TSENG

The Chinese classical sixteen-string zither played and described by Professor Tsai-Ping Liang
President of the Chinese National
Music Association in Taipei, Taiwan Winter birds sporting over the stream
(c. 15th century)
Moonlight over a spring river by K. L. Kung (c. A.D. 900)
Professor Tsai-Ping Liang is interviewed by Roger Fiske

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Tsai-Ping Liang
Unknown: K. L. Kung
Unknown: Professor Tsai-Ping Liang
Interviewed By: Roger Fiske

: SONGS BY DOWLAND

Rene Soames (tenor) Desmond Dupre (lute)
Come away, come, sweet Jove
If my complaints could passions move
Me me, and none but me
Now, oh now, I needs must part Sleep, wayward thoughts
Second of three programmes of songs by Dowland

Contributors

Tenor: Rene Soames
Tenor: Desmond Dupre

: CULTURE AND POLITICS

Three talks by C. Wright Mills
Professor of Sociology at Columbia University 1-The Fourth Epoch
The Age of Enlightenment expected that reason and freedom would come to prevail in human history. Professor Wright Mills believes that we are witnessing the collapse of these expectations and the abdication of Western intellectuals.
The Cultural Apparatus: May 19

Contributors

Unknown: C. Wright Mills








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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