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: BEETHOVEN'S STRING QUARTETS

Quartet in F minor, Op. 95 played by the Benthien String Quartet Ulrich Benthien (violin)
Rudolf-Maria MUller (violin) Martin Lodig (viola)
Wolfram Hentschel (cello)
Recorded at a concert given before members of the Wye College Music Club at Swanley Hall, Withersdane, Kent
Ninth of fourteen programmes including all Beethoven's string quartets
Op. 127: December 4

Contributors

Violin: Ulrich Benthien
Violin: Rudolf-Maria Muller
Viola: Martin Lodig
Cello: Wolfram Hentschel

: LIVING TIME

by ARTHUR ADAMOV translated by Peter Meyer
Other parts played by Michael Burrell , Simon Carter and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by MlCHEAL BAKEWELL
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Adamov
Translated By: Peter Meyer
Played By: Michael Burrell
Played By: Simon Carter
Produced By: Mlcheal Bakewell
Author: Malcolm Hayea
Narrator: Sheila Brennan
Karl Brachtel: Denys Hawthorne
Georg Bauer: Frank Partington
Karoline: Diana Olsson
Lotte: Shirley Cooklin
Dr Hirschfeld: Thomas Hare
Henriette Senechal: Dudy Nimmo
Louis Boulanger: Stanley Leber
Andree: Gillian Webb
Robert: Donald McKillop

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

Pamela Petts (soprano)
Pamela Bowden (contralto)
Alexander Young (tenor)
Stanislav Pieczora (bass)
BBC Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra Led by Norman Nelson
Conducted by Nicholas Goldschmldt
PART 1

Contributors

Soprano: Pamela Petts
Contralto: Pamela Bowden
Tenor: Alexander Young
Bass: Stanislav Pieczora
Unknown: Norman Nelson
Conducted By: Nicholas Goldschmldt

: WHITE COLLAR REVOLT ?

by V. L. Allen
Lecturer in Industrial Economics in the University of Leeds
Militancy is rare among white-collar workers-or so it is said. Then why the recent outbreak? Is this a major revolt? Are these workers moving leftwards politically? Dr. Allen, who forecast this outbreak of militancy several years ago, examines these questions in his talk.

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

PART 2

: EQUALITY

A series of conversations between speakers primarily concerned with the academic study of ideas and those with practical responsibilities
1: In Search of a Definition
The participants are:
Sir Isaiah Berlin
Professor of Social and Political Theory, Oxford
Herbert Hart
Professor of Jurisprudence, Oxford
The Rt. Hon. Enoch Powell , M.P. Minister of Health
Bernard Williams
Lecturer in Philosophy,
University College, London
Raymond Williams
Lecturer in English, Cambridge
Stuart Hampshire
Professor of Philosophy of Mind and Logic, London University who leads all the discussions

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Hart
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Enoch Powell

: HISTORIC FRENCH ORGANS

A series of three programmes introduced by Cecil Clutton
2: Organ of Poitiers Cathedral played by Jean-Albert Villard
Recorded at Poitiers in collaboration with Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise December 2: Saint Vincent-de-Paul, Paris, played by Andre Marchal

Contributors

Introduced By: Cecil Clutton
Played By: Andre Marchal

: Closedown









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