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: SCHUBERT AND FRANK MARTIN

Heinz Rehfuss (baritone) Ernest Lush (piano)
Schubert L'Incanto degli occhl
II traditor deluso
II modo di preder moglle
Frank Martin
Sechs Monologe aua Jedermann

Contributors

Baritone: Heinz Rehfuss
Piano: Ernest Lush
Unknown: Frank Martin

: REITH LECTURES 1960

Art and Anarchy by EDGAR WIND
Professor of the History of Art in the University of Oxford and Fellow of Trinity College 4: The Fear of Knowledge
in the Home Service
Fifth lecture: December 11 (Home) and December 12 (Third)
These lectures are being printed in ' The Listener'

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Wind

: THE ODD BUSINESS OF THE OPIUM WAR

by FRANCIS WATSON with Norman Shelley
Owen Berry , Deryck Guyler
Malcolm Hayes , Murray Kash Betty Linton , Jack Shaw
Narration by Denis McCarthy The script is chiefly based on ARTHUR WALEY 'S 'The Opium War through Chinese Eyes '
Production by CHRISTOPHER SYKES

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Watson
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Owen Berry
Unknown: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Unknown: Murray Kash
Unknown: Betty Linton
Unknown: Jack Shaw
Unknown: Denis McCarthy
Unknown: Arthur Waley
Production By: Christopher Sykes

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Smetana Quartet
Jiri Novak , Lubomir Kostecky Milan Skampa , Antonin Kohout

Contributors

Unknown: Jiri Novak
Unknown: Lubomir Kostecky
Unknown: Milan Skampa
Unknown: Antonin Kohout

: THE BOHEMIANS

by Robert Baldick
Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford The Bohème of the 1840s in literary Paris was a kind of early beatnik phenomenon. It helped to create a persistent image of the literary man as a gay, irresponsible, and slightly disreputable figure on the fringes of bourgeois society. How was this legend born?
: second broadcast








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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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