A weekly review of the arts
This edition is devoted to
Some Younger Artists and includes
R. B. KITAJ in conversation with JOHN RICHARDSON
ADRIAN HEATH on the exhibition of work by Anthony Hill and Gillian Wise at the Institute of Contemporary Arts
A comment on the exhibition of painting by Jack Smith at the Matthiesen Gallery
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH
SESTETTO ITALIANO LUCA MARENZIO
Liliana Rossi (soprano)
Margherita Baker (soprano) Pier Maria Capponi (counter-tenor)
Guido Baldi (tenor)
Giacomo Carmi (baritone) Piero Cavalli (bass)
GERALD English (tenor) PETER GELLHORN (piano) with LAURA SARTI (contralto)
Members of the BBC CHORUS Betty Hutchings (soprano) Maude Baker (contralto) Lesley Reid (contralto) Part 1 by ALVAR LIDELL
Three talks by S. C. LESLIE
1: The Real Mature of the European Community
In his first talk Mr. Leslie argues that it is the political rather than the economic implications of the E.E.C. that must be of concern to a Britain either inside or outside it.
Second talk: February 25
Twelve programmes of verse translations from Homer specially made by contemporary poets 8: The Swineherd Book XIV
Translated by DONALD DAVIE Read by GARY WATSON
Odysseus meets Telemachus Book XVI
Translated by PATRIC DICKINSON Read by PATRICK GARLAND Series devised by Louis MacNeice
Produced by ANTHONY THWAITE Third broadcast
'Odysseus at his Palace and 'Irus ' translated by Terence Tiller , and (Pellelope translated by Rei Warner : Feb. 28
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