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' architect of the clear and reasonable'
Interviewed by Graeme Shankland architect and planner in the Architect's Department of the L.C.C. Earlier this year Mies van der Rohe , who lives and works in the U.S.A., came to London to receive the R.I.B.A.'s Gold Medal, the highest architectural honour this country can bestow. The interview was recorded during his visit.


Interviewed By: Graeme Shankland
Unknown: Mies van Der Rohe


The Strauss String Quartet:
Ulrich Strauss (violin) Helmut Hoever (violin)
Konrad Grahe (viola) Ernest Strauss (cello)


Violin: Ulrich Strauss
Violin: Helmut Hoever
Viola: Konrad Grahe
Cello: Ernest Strauss

: Gobbet

A new radio play by James Hanley
[Starring] Ernest Milton


Writer: James Hanley
Production: Donald McWhinnie
Dominic Christian: Ernest Milton
Antaeus, his son: Patrick Magee
Mrs Christian, his wife: Nan Marriott-Watson
Mrs Leekens: Mary Morrell
Father Duriere: Charles Alexander
Mr Scholes: Trevor Martin
[Actor]: Keith Banks
[Actress]: Jane Jordan Rogers
[Actor]: Henry Kay
[Actress]: Catherine Salkeid
Trombone: Jack Irvin


Five Neapolitan Songs
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) with members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Richard Kraus on a gramophone record


Conducted By: Richard Kraus

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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.

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