by Arthur Ling City architect and planning officer, Coventry
The central areas of many British towns and cities are dying while local authorities and private builders are still seeking to build farther out in the surrounding countryside. Mr. Ling puts forward some Proposals for directing their efforts towards urban renewal at the centre.
(The recorded broadcast of May 26)
by L. D. Ettlinger
Dr. Ettlinger, of the Warburg Institute, University of London, analyses the differences in the three main streams of the Romantic Movement-German, English. and French-in terms of the artistic and social situation of these countries, as against the notion of ' national character.'
The exhibition ' The Romantic Movement ' is on view in London at the Tate Gallery and at the Arts Council Gallery until September 27.
A selection of unpublished poems chosen and introduced by Anthony Thwaite
W. H. Auden , Donald Davie D. J. Enright , John Fuller Richard Kell , John Wain
Patrick Garland. Denis Goacher and John Wain
by Henrik Ibsen
Translated by William Archer
Production by Frederick Bradnum (The recorded broadcast of July 3)
DURING THE INTERVALS
8.40-8.45 app. and 9.25-9.30 app.
Some of Grieg's Lyric Pieces played by Richard Farrell (piano) on a gramophone record
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