and Majestick Madness
Dryden's heroic plays selected, arranged, and introduced by D. W. Jefferson Lecturer in English Literature in the University of Leeds Readers: Anne Dalliance
Anthony Jacobs , Patrick Magee Produced by George MacBeth
Dryden's heroic plays are not easy to act convincingly in their entirety but the wreckage is full of glittering hints. Mr. Jefferson presents selected excerpts from these plays as part of the series celebrating the Restoration.
BBC recording: second broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.10
A discussion between
Dr. Bernard Brodie former Professor of International Relations at Yale. author of Strategy in the Missile Age, and now a senior executive with the RAND Corporation and John Grant
Defence Correspondent of The Times If the Polaris missile launched from nuclear-powered submarines is an invulnerable deterrent, what are the strategic consequences for the West? The speakers suggest some answers to this question, and among the points discussed are surprise attack and second strike, the British deterrent, NATO, and the problem of tactical nuclear weapons and escalation.
Sonata in F, Op. 99 for cello and piano
Sonata in G, Op. 78 for violin and piano
Trio in C minor, Op. 101 played by Bronislav Gimpel (violin) Zara Nelsova (cello)
Artur Balsam (piano)
Second of three programmes including all Brahms's piano trios, violin sonatas, and cello sonatas.
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