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: WHAT IS HISTORY ?

Six talks by E. H. Carr Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
5: History as Progress
These talks are a broadcast version of Professor Carr's Trevelyan Lectures given last year. In the fifth talk he examines the conception of progress m history and how far it is essential tor our conception of history today.
: second broadcast

: BARTOK AND KODALY

played by Bela Siki (piano)
Lento Chanson populaire Szgkely II pleure dans mon coeur Epitaphe
Tranquillo
Transylvanlan Lament Rubato
Tenth of twelve programmes to Include most of Bartok's piano works Suite Op. 14 and suite from Children's Pieces, played by Geza Anda : March 3

Contributors

Piano: Bela Siki
Unknown: Lento Chanson
Played By: Geza Anda

: POEMS BY D. H. LAWRENCE

chosen and introduced by Richard Hoggart read by Hugh Dickson and Albert Finney

Contributors

Introduced By: Richard Hoggart
Read By: Hugh Dickson
Read By: Albert Finney

: CONCERT

Eileen Poulter (soprano)
Helen McKinnon (contralto)
London Chamber Singers and Players
Leader, Lionel Bentley
Conductor: Anthony Bernard
Continued in next column

Contributors

Soprano: Eileen Poulter
Contralto: Helen McKinnon
Leader: Lionel Bentley
Conductor: Anthony Bernard

: GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL DISORDER

by Geoffrey Marshall
Fellow of Queen's College. Oxford
It is a good principle that justice should not be contaminated by politics. What happens if politics are contaminated by injustice? Who is responsible? Can the responsibility be enforced?

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Marshall

: BACH

Suite No. 6, in D major for unaccompanied cello played by Pablo Casals on a gramophone record
The last programme in the complete series of Bach's cello suites

Contributors

Played By: Pablo Casals

: THE ORESTEIAN TRILOGY of AESCHYLUS

A new translation by C. A. TRYPANIS
1: Agamemnon with Mary Wimbush and Brewster Mason
(Leader)and Chorus directed by Colette King Music specially composed and conducted by John Hotchkis Production by VAL GIELGUD
: second broadcast
The Choephoroe: Tuesday at 9.15

Contributors

Translation By: C. A. Trypanis
Unknown: Mary Wimbush
Unknown: Brewster Mason
Directed By: Colette King
Conducted By: John Hotchkis
Production By: Val Gielgud
Watchman: Carleton Hobbs
Clytaemnestra: Mary Wimbush
Herald: Godfrey Kenton
Agamemnon: Brewster Mason
Cassandra :: June Tobin
Aegisthus: Malcolm Hayes
Chorus of six Elders of Argos: Robert Sansom
Chorus of six Elders of Argos: David Steuart
Chorus of six Elders of Argos: Frederick Treves
Chorus of six Elders of Argos: Charles Simon
Chorus of six Elders of Argos: Peter Claughton
Chorus of six Elders of Argos: Earle Grey

: MOZART

Divertimento In E flat major
(K.563)
Italian String Trio Franco Gulli (violin)
Bruno Giuranna (viola) Amadeo Baidovino (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Franco Gulli
Viola: Bruno Giuranna
Cello: Amadeo Baidovino

: Closedown









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