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: SUZANNE DANCO

(soprano)
Guido Agosti (piano)
Gounod
Serenade; Au rossignol: Venlse;
Viens, les gazons sont verts! on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Guido Agosti

: TRUTH, KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF

A group of three talks and two discussions by philosophers
What is Truth? A discussion by D. F. Pears
Student of Christ Church, Oxford
P. F. Strawson
Fellow of University College, Oxford
J. F. Thomson
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford
• Pcherence ' and 'correspondence are names that have almost attained a party
Matus one represented by Bradley ana
S,e other by Russell. In th.s discuss.cn three philosophers advance from these thecfries and enquire what conditions must be satisfied before any statement can be described as true or false.

: COPLAND and MENDELSSOHN

Beaux Arts Trio: Daniel Guilet (violin)
Bernard Greenhouse (cello)
Menahem Pressler (piano)
Aaron Copland 's Trio (Vitebsk), written m 1929, is dedicated to Roy Harris. It has the subtitle Study on a Jewish Theme.'

Contributors

Violin: Daniel Guilet
Cello: Bernard Greenhouse
Piano: Menahem Pressler
Unknown: Aaron Copland
Unknown: Roy Harris.

: Clifford Evans and Joan Matheson in 'A DAY LIKE ANY OTHER'

by Heinrich Boll
Translated by Richard Graves
Others taking part:
Betty Linton
Eric Lugg. Armine Sandford
John Sharp. Jack Shaw
Roger Snowdon. Eva Stuart
Production by Christopher Sykes
(The recorded broadcast of April 29)
The German writer Heinrich Boll has been compared to Graham Greene , with whom he has many affinities, notably m choosing subjects with a background of moral conflict within the context of the Roman Catholic Church. A Day Like Any Other, first broadcast in Germany in 1953, is a comedy with undertones of tragedy but lacking the bitterness that characterises much of Boll's writing.

Contributors

Unknown: Heinrich Boll
Translated By: Richard Graves
Unknown: Betty Linton
Unknown: Eric Lugg.
Unknown: Armine Sandford
Unknown: John Sharp.
Unknown: Jack Shaw
Unknown: Roger Snowdon.
Unknown: Eva Stuart
Production By: Christopher Sykes
Unknown: Heinrich Boll
Unknown: Graham Greene

: BYRD

Mass for five voices sung by the Deller Consort:
Eileen McLo^s-hlin (soprano) Alfred Deilur (rounter-tenor)
Wilfred Bro-.vn (tenor) Gerald English (tenor)
Maurice Bevan (baritone)








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