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: THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE

by Gerald Dworkin
Lecturer in Law in the London School of Economics
How far do our courts protect the desire to be left alone? Can a man avoid being exhibited to the public at large? The law is not as clear as it might be.

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Dworkin

: FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

by HANS KELLER
Mozart's Clarinet Quintet in A major (K.581)
Thea King (clarinet) with the English String Quartet Nona Lidell (violin)
Eleanor St. George (violin) Marjorie Lempfert (viola) Helen Just (cello)
PART 1
Hans Keller 's wordless method of analysis is designed to show how contrasting themes and movements hang together; this unity of contrasts, * the music behind the music,' is thrown into relief by way of an analytic score that is linked with the complete movements of the work.
Order of Events: First movement-analytic interlude-slow movement-analytic interlude-minuet-analytic interlude-finale, interrupted by analytic episode, ' quasi una cadenza.'

Contributors

Unknown: Hans Keller
Violin: Eleanor St. George
Viola: Marjorie Lempfert
Unknown: Hans Keller

: JOHN MILTON

Robert Harris reading
L' Allegro and Il Penseroso
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Harris

: FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

PART 2
Mozart's Clarinet Quintet in A major (K.581) repeated without the analytic music

: Q.E.D.

A series on the teaching of mathematics
1: The Problem-Subject by Nathan Isaacs of the National Froebel Foundation
The nature of mathematics poses psychological and philosophical questions.
Mathematics represents in very deed a world apart: but we can bring it back to the centre of our stage if we present it as the problem-subject it is.
See page 10
This talk will be printed in The Listener Discovery or Disillusion: March 13 followed by an interlude at 7.25

Contributors

Unknown: Nathan Isaacs

: MAHLER

Symphony No. S
Heather Harper (soprano) Janet Baker (contralto)
Philharmonia Chorus
Chorus-Master, Wilhelm Pitz
Philharmonia Orchestra Leader, Hugh Bean
Conductor, Otto KIemperer From the Royal Festival Hall
See page 10

Contributors

Soprano: Heather Harper
Contralto: Janet Baker
Chorus-Master: Wilhelm Pitz
Leader: Hugh Bean
Conductor: Otto Kiemperer

: THE MIGHTY AND THEIR FALL

by IVY COMPTON-BURNETT adapted by Christopher Sykes in collaboration with the author
Narration by John Glen
Production by CHRISTOPHER SYKES
(Children's scenes by Patience Collier) : second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (10.5-10.15 app.) A record of the Tatrai Quartet playing the first movement of Mendels sohn 's String Quartet in E minor. Op. 44 No. 2

Contributors

Adapted By: Christopher Sykes
Unknown: John Glen
Production By: Christopher Sykes
Unknown: Mendels Sohn
Lavinia Middleton.: Patience Collier
Selina Middleton: Beatrix Lehmann
Ninian Middleton: Norman Shelley
Ninian's younger children Agnes: Veronica Page
Ninian's younger children Agnes Leah: Anna Bentinck
Ninian's younger children Agnes Hengist: Shaun Sculley
Egbert: Jeremy Spenser
Hugo: Geoffrey Wincott
Ransom: Carleton Hobbs
Mrs Chilton: Joan Hart
Miss Starkie: Dorothy Black
Ainger: David William
Cook: Gladys, Spencer

: Closedown









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