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: ROBERTO GERHARD

Sophie Wyss (soprano) John Williams (guitar)
Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble:
Gareth Morris (flute), Leonard Brain (oboe), Stephen Waters (clarinet), Cecil James (bassoon), Neill Sanders (horn); with Natalie James (cor anglais). Archie Jacob (clarinet), Alfred Cursue (horn), Richard Walton (trumpet), Alfred Flaszynski (trombone), John Wilson (tuba), Lewis Pocock (percussion), Ivor Beynon (accordion)
Conducted by Norman Del Mar
Sardana. for eleven instruments and percussion
Canciones de Guitarra, Nos. 1-3 Fantasia for guitar
Oanciones de Guitarra, Nos. 4-7 Nonet, for wind and accordion

Contributors

Soprano: Sophie Wyss
Guitar: John Williams
Flute: Gareth Morris
Flute: Leonard Brain
Clarinet: Stephen Waters
Clarinet: Cecil James
Bassoon: Neill Sanders
Unknown: Natalie James
Clarinet: Archie Jacob
Clarinet: Alfred Cursue
Horn: Richard Walton
Unknown: Alfred Flaszynski
Unknown: John Wilson
Unknown: Lewis Pocock
Accordion: Ivor Beynon
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar

: GET IN OR KEEP OUT

ALAN DAY suggests that the United Kingdom should make up its mind whether it wishes to be fully associated with a European customs union with all its political implications, or remain on the outside looking in. He maintains that ┬╗ halfway-house position is unrealistic.
(: second broadcast)

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Carl Dolmetsch (recorders) Joseph Saxby (harpsichord)
Aeolian String Quartet:
Sydney Humphreys. Trevor Williams
Watson Forbes . Derek Simpson

Contributors

Unknown: Carl Dolmetsch
Harpsichord: Joseph Saxby
Unknown: Sydney Humphreys.
Unknown: Trevor Williams
Unknown: Watson Forbes
Unknown: Derek Simpson

: Nigel Stock, Perlita Neilson and Peter Woodthorpe in ' PLAYING WITH FIRE '

by August Strindberg
Translated and adapted' for radio by Frederick Bradnum
Production by H. B. Fortuin

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Bradnum
Production By: H. B. Fortuin
The Son (Knut): Nigel Stock
The Daughter-in-Law (Kerstin): Perlita Neilson
The Mother: Mary O'Farrell
The Father: Wilfred Babbage
The Cousin (Adele): Penelope Lee
The Friend (Axel): Peter Woodthorpe

: ' DER FREISCHOTZ '

See foot of page
Acr 1: In the forest, in front of a tavern

: OUR IMMATURE SOCIETY

G C. JOHNSON , as warden of Wicken House residential youth centre, organises experiments in residential courses detigned to develop character, as well as intellectual ability, in young people, many of whom have little opportunity for purely academic training. He talks about the wastage involved in failure to develop the potential of young people.

Contributors

Unknown: C. Johnson

: ' DER FREISCHUTZ'

Acr 2
Scene 1: A room in the ranger's lodge Scene 2: The Wolf's Glen

: STUFF AND SCIENCE

JOHN WREN-LEWIS thinks that science is the one fully successful adversary of materialism.

Contributors

Unknown: John Wren-Lewis

: 'DER FREISCHCTZ'

Acr 3
Scene 1: Agathe's room in the lodge.
Scene 2: The Hunters' Meet in the foreSL

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