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: SCHUMANN

Three Romances, Op. 94 played by Peter Graeme (oboe) Josephine Lee (piano)
(The recorded broadcast of June 11)

Contributors

Oboe: Peter Graeme
Piano: Josephine Lee

: TRUTH, KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF

Last of a group of talks and discussions by philosophers
On Belief by H. H. Price late Professor of Philosophy in the University of Oxford and Fellow of New College
Is belief a disposition or a mental occurrence? Does it make sense to say ' I am not sure whether I believe that p.
Do we ever really know what our beliefs are and, if so, how? Can beliefs be introspected? What is the relation between ' belief ' and ' assent '?
Professor Price raises and defines the questions. The discussion continues.

Contributors

Unknown: H. H. Price

: PIANO RECITAL

by Claude Helffer
Pour les cinq doigts Pour les tierces Pour les quartes Pour les sixtes
Pour les octaves
Pour les huit doigts

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Helffer

: ' ANITA AND THE SUBSISTENCE MINIMUM'

An extravaganza by Heinrich Boll
Translated by Richard Graves
Other children played by Jane Asher , Malcolm Butterworth
James Langley , Angela Slade
Produced by Christopher Holme
Hans Elbertz , a school teacher, is in debt because of his wife Anita's kind heart. His salary is attached by his creditors and he is allowed a subsistence minimum which might just support them and their six children, but just at the moment they have other mouths to feed ...

Contributors

Unknown: Heinrich Boll
Translated By: Richard Graves
Played By: Jane Asher
Played By: Malcolm Butterworth
Played By: James Langley
Played By: Angela Slade
Produced By: Christopher Holme
Produced By: Hans Elbertz
Hans Elbertz: Ian Lubbock
Anita, his wife: Betty Linton
Grete, their daughter: Anne Totten
Robert, their son: Jean England
School Inspector: Denis McCarthy
Inspector's wife: Thea Wells
Fanchini: Roderick Joyce

: HANS HOTTER

(baritone) with Gerald Moore (piano)
Loewe Der Erlkonig
Odins Meeresritt
Die wandelnde Glocke Edward
Hinkenden Jamben
Wolf
Cophtisches Lied 1 Cophtisches Lied 2 Der Musikant
Prometheus Anakreons Grab on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Gerald Moore
Piano: Loewe Der Erlkonig
Piano: Odins Meeresritt
Piano: Die Wandelnde Glocke
Unknown: Hinkenden Jamben
Unknown: Cophtisches Lied 1
Unknown: Cophtisches Lied 2
Unknown: Der Musikant
Unknown: Prometheus Anakreons Grab








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