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: RAVEL, MILHAUD AND POULENC

Antonio Brosa (violin)
George Malcolm (harpsichord) The Leighton Lucas Orchestra Leader, Ronald Good
Conductor, Leighton Lucas

Contributors

Violin: Antonio Brosa
Harpsichord: George Malcolm
Unknown: Leighton Lucas
Leader: Ronald Good
Conductor: Leighton Lucas

: CONVERSATION WITH THE BLUES

Two programmes of field recordings collected in the U.S.A. by Paul Oliver
2: Walk a-while, Ride a-while
Including the voices 0/
J. B. Lenoir , Willie Thomas Mance Lipscombe
Black Ace (Babe Kyro Turner) Sam Lightnin '
Hopkins Edwin Pickfns. Floyd Taylor Eddie Boyd
Little Brother Montgomery
Walter Davis , James Slump Johnson Robert Junior Lockwood Albert Sunnyland Slim
Georgia Talbot , Marion Oldham Produced by Anthony Smith
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Oliver
Unknown: J. B. Lenoir
Unknown: Willie Thomas
Unknown: Mance Lipscombe
Unknown: Black Ace
Unknown: Sam Lightnin
Unknown: Hopkins Edwin Pickfns.
Unknown: Floyd Taylor
Unknown: Eddie Boyd
Unknown: Little Brother Montgomery
Unknown: Walter Davis
Unknown: James Slump Johnson
Unknown: Robert Junior Lockwood
Unknown: Albert Sunnyland Slim
Unknown: Georgia Talbot
Unknown: Marion Oldham
Produced By: Anthony Smith

: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Recording of the THURSDAY
INVITATION CONCERT on March 16
Peter Pears (tenor)
The Purcell Singers with An Instrumental Ensemble Conductor, Imogen Hoist
Allegri String Quartet Eli Goren (violin)
James Barton (violin) Patrick Ireland (viola) William Pleeth (cello) Part 1

Contributors

Tenor: Peter Pears
Conductor: Imogen Hoist
Violin: Eli Goren
Violin: James Barton
Viola: Patrick Ireland
Cello: William Pleeth

: HOW CHRISTIAN IS AFRICA ?

by Fr. Martin Jarrett-Kerr, c.R .
Since the beginning of the modern missionary era, Christianity has made tremendous strides in Africa; yet even today the number of Christians, ' real' or nominal, does not amount to sixteen per cent of the population.
Fr. Jarrett-Kerr, whose own work has been largely among non-whites in South Africa, considers the state of Christianity in the continent as a whole; its prospects as 'the white man's religion'; and the twin dangers of, on the one hand, a Separatist ' African Christianity' and, on the other, of total rejection by a post-Christian generation, class-conscious, urban, and secular in its outlook.

Contributors

Unknown: Fr. Martin Jarrett-Kerr, C.R

: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Part 2

: JAMES JOYCE

A First Impression by Jamea Stern
' What, I kept wondering, could the author of Ulysses find to say to me, or I to him, over a cup of tea in the middle of a gloomy autumn afternoon? '

Contributors

Unknown: Jamea Stern

: BARTOK'S VIOLIN SONATAS

played by Szymon Goldberg

Contributors

Played By: Szymon Goldberg

: Closedown









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