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: HOLST

Egdon Heath played by the LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Egdon Heath
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: Q ED.

On the Teaching of Mathematics
Research in Progress
A conversation between
JACK WRIGLEY of the Institute of Education, London University
RICHARD SKEMP
Lecturer in Psychology, Manchester University
Z. P. DIENES
Reader in Psychology, Adelaide University Second broadcast
The Psychopathology of Arithmetic: October 13

: PALESTRINA

A musical legend in three acts by Hans Pfitzner
Principal characters:
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA of the DEUTSCHE Oper. BERLIN
Chorus-Master,
Walter Hagen-Groll
Conducted by HEINRICH HOLLREISER
Producer, Ernst Poettgen Relayed from the BERLIN FESTIVAL 1962 by courtesy of RIAS, Berlin
Act 1: A room in Palestrina's house in Rome: 1563

Contributors

Unknown: Hans Pfitzner
Chorus-Master: Walter Hagen-Groll
Conducted By: Heinrich Hollreiser
Producer: Ernst Poettgen

: * BRITISH GUIANA

A case study by T. E. M. MCKITTERICK
The transition of British Guiana from colonial status to independence raises all those questions that beset new sovereign states. Mr. McKitterick discusses thein, and some possible answers, in the context of British Guiana.

Contributors

Unknown: T. E. M. McKitterick

: * PALESTRINA

Act 2: The Council of Trent: a large hall in the palace of Prince Bishop Madruscht

: * THIS IS TIBTEN

Short story by HEINRICH BÖLL
Translated from the German by RICHARD GRAVES
Read by GILBERT HARDING Recorded in 1956: thtrd broadcast

Contributors

Read By: Gilbert Harding

: * PALESTRINA

Act 3: The same as Act 1

: PERSONAL ANTHOLOGY

Harold Pinter introduces a selection of poems he enjoys and re-reads Readers, HAROLD PINTER and IAN HAMILTON Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduces: Harold Pinter
Readers: Harold Pinter
Readers: Ian Hamilton

: Closedown









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