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: HENRY JAMES AS MORALIST

by Mary Warrock
Fellow of StL Hugib's Collegie, Oxford
'Understanding where one is is the characteristic Jamesian virtue.' ' Living means feeling things as they strike you even if they are not at all as you expect.' Mrs. Warnock draws her instances from The Golden Bowl, The Wings of the Dove, The Ambassadors. : second broadcast

: Chamber Music

Concertgebouw Wind Quintet Hubert Barwahser (flute) Haakon Stotijn (oboe)
Bram de Wilde (clarinet) Thom de Klerk (bassoon) Jan Bos (horn) with Recorded from a concert given during the Edinburgh Festival on August 22 at the Freemasons' Hall.

Contributors

Flute: Hubert Barwahser
Oboe: Haakon Stotijn
Clarinet: Bram de Wilde
Bassoon: Thom de Klerk

: EMOTION, SCIENCE, AND THE BOMBER OFFENSIVE

by R. V. Jones , C.B., c.B.E.
Professor of Natural Philosophy In the University of Aberdeen Continued in neat column
Following the publication of the official history of the strategic air offensive against Germany, Professor Jones, who during the war was responsible for the investigation of the German night defences, reflects on the scientific aspects of the offensive. He analyses his conclusion that while scientific considerations were undoubtedly important they were not invariably the major factor in arriving at decisions of policy.

Contributors

Unknown: R. V. Jones

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

The Deller Consort
Honor Sheppard (soprano) Mary Thomas (soprano)
Alfred Deller (counter-tenor) Robert Tear (tenor)
Maurice Bevan (baritone) Norman Platt (bass)
The Ambrosian Singers
Harold Lester
(harpsichord continuo)
Kalmar Chamber Orchestra Leader, Carl Pini Conducted by Stanford Robinson followed by an interlude at 8.6

Contributors

Soprano: Mary Thomas
Soprano: Alfred Deller
Baritone: Maurice Bevan
Bass: Norman Platt
Harpsichord: Harold Lester
Leader: Carl Pini
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson

: VIGIL AT ARMS

by DIEGO FABBRI
Adapted for the French stage by Thierry Maulnier and Costa du ReUs under the title of Le Signe du Feu Translated and, adapted by Cynthia Pughe with Malcolm Keen
A number of Jesuits from many parts of the world are staying incognito in a Berlin hotel to discuss in secret conclave the present world situation. It seems to them to indicate the beginning of the final conflict between the forces of Christianity and of evil.
Produced by VAL GIELGUD
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Thierry Maulnier
Adapted By: Cynthia Pughe
Unknown: Malcolm Keen
Produced By: Val Gielgud
Telephonist: Patsy Fagan
Stephan: Edward Jewesbury
Father Superior: Malcolm Keen
Pedro: Kenneth Dight
FarreU: Jon Farrell
Hudson: Gordon Heath
Hotel Manager: Heron Carvic
The Traveller: George Hagan
The Girl: Gisela Birke
Alexis: Leslie Perrins
Gino: Stanley Lebor
Nicole: Jennifer Wright
Monseigneur: Felix Felton
Man: Anthony Hall

: PROKOFIEV AND MOZART

William Kroll (violin)
Nadia Reisenberg (piano)

Contributors

Violin: William Kroll

: Closedown









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