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: BROADCASTING AND SOCIETY

3: A conversation between
PROFESSOR ASA BRIGGS Dean of the School of Social Studies,
University of Sussex and Dr. NORMAN HUNT Lecturer in Politics in the University of Oxford
They discuss the effects of forty years of broadcasting on society in Britain, of which some have been considered by Professor Briggs in two previous talks.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Asa Briggs

: LUCIANO BERIO

Differences, for flute, clarinet, viola, cello, harp, and tape conducted by the composer
Circles (1960), for soprano, harp, and two percussion players (text by e. e. cummings)
CATHY BERBERIAN (mezzo-soprano)
JACQUES CASTAGNER (flute)
GUY DEPLUS (clarinet)
SERGE COLLOT (viola)
JEAN HUCHOT (cello)
FRANCIS PIERRE lharp)
JEAN PIERRE DROUET and JEAN-CLAUDE CASADESSUS (percussion) Second broadcast

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Cathy Berberian
Cello: Francis Pierre
Unknown: Jean Pierre Drouet

: ONE HOUR

An autobiographical fragment written for radio and narrated by Patric Dickinson
Other voices include:
Derek Birch , William Devlin Denis Goacher Carleton Hobbs
Pauline Letts , David March Mary O'Farrell Norman Shelley and Geoffrey Wincott Produced by JOE BURROUGHS

Contributors

Unknown: Patric Dickinson
Unknown: Derek Birch
Unknown: William Devlin
Unknown: Denis Goacher
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs
Unknown: Pauline Letts
Unknown: David March
Unknown: Mary O'Farrell
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Geoffrey Wincott
Produced By: Joe Burroughs

: ORGANS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL

5: Solsona Cathedral, Spain GERAINT JONES (organ) POLYPHONIA of LISBON Conductor,
MARIO DE SAMPAYO RIBEIRO
Including music by Cabanilles , Tomas de Santa Maria , and Bach Introduced by Geraint Jones
Fifth of six programmes

Contributors

Conductor: Mario de Sampayo Ribeiro
Music By: Cabanilles
Music By: Tomas de Santa Maria
Introduced By: Geraint Jones

: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

looks at the Seventeenth by R. W. K. HINTON Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge Dr. Hinton thinks that we are much nearer to the seventeenth century than our fathers were, and that we have more natural sympathy with the purpose and problems of the seventeenth-century revolution. Second broadcast








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