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: NEW TOWNS OF THE FUTURE

by Peter Self author of Cities in Flood
Peter Self believes that another substantial instalment of new towns is urgently necessary, but that the function and character of the towns should be rather different.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Self
Unknown: Peter Self

: HAYDN

Piano Sonatas
E flat (Haydn Society No. 62)
E minor (Haydn Society No. 34) played by Ronald Smith

Contributors

Played By: Ronald Smith

: Art-Anti-Art 'WE CALLED OUR HIPPOPOTAMUS " IT'S TOASTED " '

Scenes from plays by Guillaume Apollinaire
Tristan Tzara , E. E. Cummings
Louis Aragon , Roger Vitrac and Pablo Picasso
Introduced by Jacques Brunius
Scenes translated by Barbara Wright performed by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by Barbara Bray
Talk by Anton Ehrensweig : Tuesday followed by an interlude at 6.40

Contributors

Unknown: Guillaume Apollinaire
Unknown: Tristan Tzara
Unknown: E. E. Cummings
Unknown: Louis Aragon
Unknown: Roger Vitrac
Unknown: Pablo Picasso
Introduced By: Jacques Brunius
Translated By: Barbara Wright
Produced By: Barbara Bray
Talk By: Anton Ehrensweig

: ' PETER GRIMES'

: GERMANY TODAY A Visit to East Germany

by Erik Nohara who recently visited Leipzig as an observer at a students' seminar organised by the Communist Youth Federation of East Germany

Contributors

Unknown: Erik Nohara

: 'PETER GRIMES'

Act 2

: E. M. Forster

talks on George Crabbe
Crabbe, the creator of Peter Grimes , is a . poet of place '-the place is Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast. Mr. Forster tells how Crabbe 'escaped' fromAldeburgh to become a parson in the West Country; ' yet he never escaped from Aldeburgh in the spirit and it was the making of him as a poet.'
Quotations read by Duncan Mclntyre
9.15 ' Peter Grimes ': Act 3

Contributors

Unknown: George Crabbe
Unknown: Peter Grimes
Read By: Duncan McLntyre
Unknown: Peter Grimes

: 'THE BRIDGE

by Hart Crane
1899-193$
A selection from this poem
(first published in America in 1930) made and introduced by Donald Hall
Readers:
Donald Hall and W. S. Merwin

Contributors

Unknown: Hart Crane
Introduced By: Donald Hall
Readers: Donald Hall
Readers: W. S. Merwin

: BEETHOVEN

Trio in D, Op. 70 No. 1 played by the Neaman Trio:
Yfrah Neaman (violin) Eleanor Warren (cello) Lamar Crowson (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Yfrah Neaman
Cello: Eleanor Warren
Piano: Lamar Crowson

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