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: CHORAL CONCERT

Choir of the Ealing
Grammar School for Boys
Conductor, John Railton
Alan Harversoni (organ)

Contributors

Conductor: John Railton
Conductor: Alan Harversoni

: The Danger Zone

An Elemental Drama by Muriel Spark
The older generation think the Valley they live in is Wales, just as it always was, but their slit-eyed children think otherwise.
BBC Recording: second broadcast
followed by an interlude at 7.40

Contributors

Writer: Muriel Spark
Music of Jones's ditty: Tristram Cary
Guitar: Desmond Dupré
Producer: Christopher Holme
Richard Jones: John Glyn-Jones
Ruth David: Mary Jones
Simon Rhys: Gareth Morgan
Margiad Rhys: Olwen Brookes
John Farmer: John Sharp
Dr. Evans: Norman Wynne
Rev. Hugh Pugh: Bill Horsley
Mark Farmer: Nigel Anthony
Lily David: Nerys Kerfoot
Freda Rhys: Diana Olsson
Thomas Pugh: Henry Davies
Connie Evans: Pauline Wynn
Jones: Glyn Dearman
Danger Boy: David Terence

: SATURDAY CONCERT

Friedrich Wuhrer piano
BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader, Paul Beard Conducted by Erich Lemsdorf
Parb 1: Beethoven
OVERTURE: Coriolan
PIANO Concerto No. 4, In a

Contributors

Piano: Friedrich Wuhrer
Conducted By: Erich Lemsdorf

: THE MAKING OF VICTORIAN ENGLAND

Three talks by G. Kitson Clark Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
A broadcast version of Ms Ford Lectures given at Oxford in 1960 2: The Spiritual and Intellectual Agents
The speaker examines the political and religious movements which co-operated with the impersonal factors to create the Victorian community.

Contributors

Unknown: G. Kitson Clark

: SATURDAY CONCERT

Part 2: Prokofiev
SYMPHONY No. 6, in E flat minor piano, Charles Spinkg

Contributors

Piano: Charles Spinkg

: THE MUSIC OF IRAN

Two illustrated talks by Deben, Bhattacharya based on recordings he mad'e In the Middle East
In this programme he discusses the classical modes of Persian music and describes various instruments such as the Kamancha, which corresponds to the violin in Europe, and the Santour, a flat-bodied wooden instrument with seventy-two strings.

: SCHUBERT

Sonata in B flat played by Claude Frank (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Claude Frank

: Closedown









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