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by Dyna August
Paganini Study No. 6, in A minor Concert Study No. 3, in D flat Polonaise in E
Three Fantastic Dances
Suite: Pour le piano


A re-assessment of Ludwig Feuerbach bv B. M. G. Reardon Rector of Parham
Feuerbach is little read, but is much remembered todav for his influence on Marx and Marxist ideology. Mr. Reardon believes that Feuerbach's originalitv is underrated and that his real importance is as an early demythologiser in religion and a pioneer existentialist thinker.


Unknown: B. M. G. Reardon


See below and page 26


Quartet in C sharp minor Op. 1S1
The Stross String Quartet Wilhelm Stross (violin)
Kurt Christian Stier (violin) George Schmid (viola)
Rudolf Metzmacher (cello)
: third broadcast Op. 132: December 23


Violin: Wilhelm Stross
Violin: Kurt Christian Stier
Viola: George Schmid
Cello: Rudolf MetzmacHer


Mr. Reith and the Heroic Age of Broadcasting
CHARLES Wilson , Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, speaks on Asa Briggs 's book The Birth of Broadcasting, which has recently been published. : second broadcast


Unknown: Charles Wilson
Unknown: Asa Briggs

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