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: THE FIDDLER AND THE DEAN

by John O'Donovan
An imaginary conversation between G. F. Handel and Jonathan Swift Production by CHRISTOPHER SYKES
Patience Collier broadcasts by permission of the Governors of The Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Stratford-upon-Avon
To be repeated on November 22
See page 18

Contributors

Unknown: John O'Donovan
Unknown: G. F. Handel
Unknown: Jonathan Swift
Production By: Christopher Sykes
Handel: Marius Goring
Dean Swift: John Welsh
Mrs Pilkington: Patience Collier

: NIELSEN AND HAYDN

NEW DANISH
String QUARTET
Arne Svendsen (violin)
Palle Heichelmann (violin) Knud Frederiksen (viola)
Pierre Rene Honncns (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Arne Svendsen
Violin: Palle Heichelmann
Viola: Knud Frederiksen
Cello: Pierre Rene Honncns

: ON THE HISTORY OF LOGIC

Three talks by A. N. PRIOR
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Manchester
3: Words and Things
PROFESSOR PRIOR discusses the logic of referring to objects, real or imaginary, and considers some medieval and some modern methods of handling the problem.

Contributors

Unknown: A. N. Prior

: MUSSORGSKY AND PROKOFIEV

GALlNA VISHNEVSKAYA
(soprano)
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (piano) Second broadcast

: POETRY IN IRELAND

PATRICK GALVIN
THOMAS KINSELLA RICHARD MURPHY discuss the impact of politics and history on their work Chairman, GEORGE MACBETH Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Galvin
Unknown: Thomas Kinsella
Unknown: Richard Murphy
Unknown: George MacBeth








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