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: EGON PETRI

piano
Busoni:
Indianisches. Tagebuch (Boob U on a gramophone record

: OLIVER ST. JOHN GOGARTY

A Portrait drawn from the recorded memories and opinions of those who knew him by W. R. Rodgers Those taking part
Brinsley Macnamara , Dudley WalsB Kevin O'Shiel
Lord Glenavv. Lady Glenavy
Robert O'Doherty , Padraic Colum The late Mgr. Patrick Browne
Pearse Beasley , Denis Johnston
Austin Clarke , Martha McCulloch , John Chichester , Monk Gibbon John Colbert
Mrs. James Montgomery
Oliver D. Gogarty , Cathal O'Shannon The late Dr. Thomas Bodkiu Sir Compton Mackenzie Major Dermot Freyer
Richard Aherne , Lady Hanson William Cosgrave
Sheelah O'Mahoney
Michael Novk , Brenda Williams
Brendan Considine. Marjorie Ellis David Flaherty. Liam O'Briain Narrator, W. R. Rodgers Edited and produced by Maurice Brown
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: W. R. Rodgers
Unknown: Brinsley MacNamara
Unknown: Dudley Walsb
Unknown: Kevin O'Shiel
Unknown: Lord Glenavv. Lady Glenavy
Unknown: Robert O'Doherty
Unknown: Padraic Colum
Unknown: Mgr. Patrick Browne
Unknown: Pearse Beasley
Unknown: Denis Johnston
Unknown: Austin Clarke
Unknown: Martha McCulloch
Unknown: John Chichester
Unknown: Monk Gibbon
Unknown: John Colbert
Unknown: Mrs. James Montgomery
Unknown: Oliver D. Gogarty
Unknown: Cathal O'Shannon
Unknown: Dr. Thomas Bodkiu
Unknown: Sir Compton MacKenzie
Unknown: Major Dermot Freyer
Unknown: Richard Aherne
Unknown: Lady Hanson William Cosgrave
Unknown: Sheelah O'Mahoney
Unknown: Michael Novk
Unknown: Brenda Williams
Unknown: Brendan Considine.
Unknown: Marjorie Ellis
Unknown: David Flaherty.
Narrator: Liam O'Briain
Narrator: W. R. Rodgers
Produced By: Maurice Brown

: EXCHANGE CONCERT

between
STOCKHOLM AND LONDON PART 1
British Music from Stockholm Symphony Orchestra of Sveriges Radio
Leader. Leo Berlin
Conducted by Sixten EhrKing

Contributors

Leader: Leo Berlin
Conducted By: Sixten Ehrking

: THE RANK OBSTINACY OF THINGS

A sequence of fables in verse by Paul Roche
Mr. Roche describes how he came to draw morals from the inner lives of common objects: a brick, a hairbrush, a pair of nail scissors, an empty bottle, a mug, a cheap tea-spoon, a dessert-spoon, and a wicker wastepaper-basket

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Roche

: EXCHANGE CONCERT

between
STOCKHOLM AND LONDON
PART 2
Swedish Music from London
BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Rudolf Schwarz
Programme arranged in collaboration with Sveriges Radio

Contributors

Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Rudolf Schwarz

: WHAT IS HISTORY?

Six talks by E. H. CARR Fellow of Trinity College. Cambridge
5: History as Progress
These talks are a broadcast version of Professor Carr's Trevelyan Lectures given earlier this year. In the fifth talk he examines the conception of progress in history and how far it is essential for our conception of history today.

: SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY MUSIC

Patricia Clark (soprano) Geoffrey Mitchell and Grayston Burgess (counter-tenors)
The Renaissance Singera
A section of the English Chamber Orchestra Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Conductor, Michael Howard
Nicholas Danby (organicontinuo)
From St. George the Martyr Queen Square, London

Contributors

Soprano: Patricia Clark
Soprano: Geoffrey Mitchell
Soprano: Grayston Burgess
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conductor: Michael Howard
Conductor: Nicholas Danby

: FORM AND FUNCTION IN BEHAVIOUR

The Intelligence Game by Michael Chance , D.SC. Ethology Laboratory
University of Birmingham
Kohler, in his classic study of problem-solving by chimpanzees, The Mentality of Apes, claimed to have proved that apes possess a measure of intelligence and insight. But did he, in fact, prove anything?
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Chance

: Closedown









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