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: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

See below and page 42
PART 1
Royal Opera House Orchestra
Conducted by Reginald Goodall
Dukas - Polyceute Overture
Messiaen - L'Ascencion

Contributors

Royal: Opera House Orchestra
Conducted: by Reginald Goodall

: DAVID HUME AS A HISTORIAN

by Hugh Trevor-Roper
Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford
David Hume , the greatest of British philosophers, was most famous in his own day as a historian. Though now forgotten, this 'tory' history, sandwiched between whig histories of the 18th and 19th centuries, marked an important stage in the development of English historiography

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Trevor-Roper
Unknown: David Hume

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

PART 2
Schumann - Symphony No 4

Contributors

Royal: Opera House Orchestra
Conducted: by Reginald Goodall

: NARRATIVE POETRY

A monthly series of programmes
THE EYE OF ST. AGNES by John Keats read by Anthony Jacobs

Contributors

Unknown: John Keats
Read By: Anthony Jacobs

: L'Apotheose de Lulu

by Francois Couperin
played by the Alarius Ensemble of Brussels: Charles McGuire (flute), Janine Rubinlicht (violin), Robert Kohnen (harpsichord), Wieland Kuyken (viola da gamba)

Contributors

Composer: Francois Couperin
Flautist: Charles McGuire
Violinist: Janine Rubinlicht
Harpsichordist: Robert Kohnen
Viola da Gamba player: Wieland Kuyken

: ACCIDENT NEUROSIS

by a consultant neurologist
Sufferers from minor injuries often plead that they are completely unable to return to work-until their legal claims have been settled in the courts. This year's Milroy Lecturer discusses the status of this curious syndrome. : second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Milroy Lecturer








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