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: SENTENCE OF THE COURT

by Nigel Walker
Reader in Criminology ii. the University of Oxford
Should the courts continue to decide the type of sentence? Or would this function be better done by a new body with power to alter the treatment according to the progress of the prisoner? Mr. Walker discusses how a new system of this kind might work. : second broadcast

: CHAMBER MUSIC

The Reizenstein Trio Maria Lidka (violin)
Derek Simpson (cello)
Franz Reizenstein (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Maria Lidka
Cello: Derek Simpson
Piano: Franz Reizenstein

: CONTRAST AND COMPARISON

Readings from the works of George Herbert and Gerard Manley Hopkins Readers :
Hugh Dickson and Alan Wheatley : second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: George Herbert
Unknown: Gerard Manley
Readers: Hugh Dickson
Readers: Alan Wheatley

: LA GUERRA

An opera in one act by RENZO ROSSELLINI sung in Italian Chorus and Symphony Orchestra of Radiotelevisione Italiana, Rome
Chorus-Master, Nino Antonellinl Conducted by MASSIMO FRECCIA
Recording of a performance broadcast in Italy: made available by courtesy of Radiotelevisione Italiana
See page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Renzo Rossellini
Chorus-Master: Nino Antonellinl
Conducted By: Massimo Freccia

: LOGIC, ANCIENT AND MODERN

by Peter Geach
Reader in Philosophy in the University of Birmingham
2: Medieval Logic
In this talk Mr. Geach contrasts medieval method with some later fallacies.

Contributors

Reader: Peter Geach

: HISTORIC PERFORMANCES

on Record
Fritz Kreisler
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Sir John Barbirolli
Beethoven
VIOLIN CONCERTO in D major Recorded in 1936

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir John Barbirolli

: MINE HOSTESS

La Locandiera by CARL GOLDONI
Translated by Clifford Bax with Geraldine McEwan
Max Adrian and Colin Gorden
Scene: Mirandolina's inn, Florence, 1751 The music selected from records of the works of Vivaldi
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Carl Goldoni
Translated By: Clifford Bax
Unknown: Geraldine McEwan
Unknown: Max Adrian
Unknown: Colin Gorden
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Marquis of Forlipopoli: Max Adrian
Count of Albaliorita: Colin Gordon
Fabrizio a servant: Haydn Jones
The Knight of Ripafratta: Simon Lack
Mirandolina, mistress of the inn: Geraldine McEwan
The Knight's servant: Lee Fox
Ortensia a comedy actress: Barbara Lott
Dejanira, another actress: Patricia Clapton
The Count's man: Peter Pratt

: RECITAL

Aimee van de Wiele harpsichord
J. C. Chambonnières Chaconne
La drôlerie L'affligee Volte
Sarabande Gigue
Louis Couperin Chaconne Sarabande
Pavane Francois Couperin Passacaille
: second broadcast

Contributors

Harpsichord: Aimee van De Wiele
Unknown: Sarabande Gigue
Unknown: Louis Couperin
Unknown: Chaconne Sarabande
Unknown: Pavane Francois Couperin

: Closedown









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