A weekly review of the arts
This edition consists of a discussion on Stage Architecture by an architect, PETER MORO a playwright, ANN JELLICOE a director, PETER BROOK an actor, KEITH MICHELL with a critic, LAURENCE KITCHIN in the chair Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH
JANET BAKER (contralto) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
AUGUST WENZINGER and HANNELORE MÜLLER (viola da gamba)
EDUARD MÜLLER (harpsichord)
Divisions in D major, for viola da gamba and harpsichord - Christopher Simpson
in A major, for two gambas and harpsichord - William Young
Three Songs, Op. 48 Schoenbero Sommermiid; Tot; lied first broadcast performance in this country - Madchen
Sonata No. 2, in D major, for viola da gamba and harp sichord - Bach
A group of four talks
2: How It Looks from Moscow tby JOHN KEEP
Lecturer in Modern Russian History at London University
How far have the differences with Peking affected the basic strategy of the policy-makers in the Kremlin? This question, of far-reaching importance to the West, is discussed by John Keep.
How it Looks from Peking. bU Edgar Snow: March 14
A two-part invention for voices by Malcolm Quantrill
It is last Sunday (or next Sunday) in Finchley. Millie Clack and Maisie Crump meet for tea in Millie's flat, and they talk with MaisieKathleen Harrison
Millie Margery Withers
Produced by Richard Imison Second broadcast
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