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: HAYDN AND BRAHMS

AMADEUS STRING QUARTET Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) First of six programmes including
Haydn's Quartets. Op. 76
Quartet in D minor: Feb. 20

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett

: THE UNIVERSITIES AND HIGHER EDUCATION

tLast of three discussions
3: Running the System
Chairman:
ELY DEVONS, Professor of Commerce, University of London
Speakers:
NOEL ANNAN , Provost,
King's College, Cambridge
BRIAN JACKSON, Director,
Advisory Centre for Education
SIR CHARLES MORRIS , Vice-Chancellor, University of Leeds
STEPHEN TOULMIN, Director,
Nuffield Unit for the History of Ideas
This discussion is concerned with the financing and control of Higher Education. Although the universities are almost completely dependent on public money they retain their independence: such control and direction as does exist is exercised by the University Grants Committee. The rest of Higher Education is part of the Minister of Education's portfolio. Has the time come to rationalise these arrangements under a new Minister of Higher Education? How sensible is the present system of financing it? Should fees be raised from their present low level so that reliance on massive central grants can be reduced?,

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Annan
Unknown: Sir Charles Morris

: BEETHOVEN Piano Sonatas

A flat major, Op. 26
C major, Op. 53 (WaldstelnJ played by MAURICE COLE Eleventh of a series containing all the sonatas
G major Op. 31 No. 1 and F major On. 54 played by Schnabel on a record: Friday at 11.15 p.m. (Home); C minor Op. 13 (Pathetique and A major Op. 101. played by Maria Donska : Feb. 19 (Third)

Contributors

Played By: Maurice Cole
Played By: Maria Donska

: TEA AND YESTERDAY

A two-part invention for voices by Malcolm Quantrill with Kathleen Harrison as Maisto
Margery Withers as Millie
It is last Sunday (or next Sunday) in Finchley. Millie Clack and Maisie Crump meet for tea in Millie's flat, and they talk ...
Produced by RICHARD IMISON To be repeated on March 7
See page 18

Contributors

Voices By: Malcolm Quantrill
Unknown: Kathleen Harrison
Unknown: Margery Withers
Unknown: Maisie Crump
Produced By: Richard Imison








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