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: MEMORY AND IMAGINATION

A group of six programmes
3: Discussion
Speakers
MARY WARNOCK
Fellow of St. Hugh's College. Oxford
DAVID WIGGINS
Fellow of New College, Oxford
PETER STRAWSON
Fellow of University College, Oxford
The different kinds of imagination and different kinds of memory raise questions of the relation of both to the real world-for instance, the question of what ' causes' our remembrance and how far imagination depends on intention.

: JAZZ

WILLIAM Russo introduces four programmes displaying different aspects of his work
1: The Jazz Soloist
Pickwick Newport Suite: The Blues
Bill's Blues
English Suite: Procession
The Dancing Puppet
Sweets
THE Russo ORCHESTRA
Leader, Ron Simmonds
Conductor, WILLIAM Russo
Assistant conductor, Richard Peaslee

Contributors

Introduces: William Russo
Leader: Ron Simmonds
Conductor: William Russo
Conductor: Richard Peaslee

: 'MAC'

A tribute to the great Irish actor-manager
Anew McMaster
Compiled and produced by R. D. SMITH
Those taking part include:
ROBERT ATKINS , DOMINIC BEHAN
ELISABETH BERGNER
SIMON CARTER , NOEL COWARD
MICHAEL ELLIS , HILTON EDWARDS
BARRY FOSTER , SIBELL GILL
KENNETH GRIFFITH
GEORGE HAGAN , KENNETH HAIGH
BARRY KEEGAN , RACHEL KEMPSON
GERARD McLARNON
MICHEAL MAC LIAMMÓIR
PATRICK MAGEE , HAROLD PINTER
DOROTHY PRIMROSE
SYBIL THORNDIKE
EMLYN WILLIAMS , HENRY WOOLF and the recorded voice of ANEW McMASTER

Contributors

Unknown: Anew McMaster
Produced By: R. D. Smith
Unknown: Robert Atkins
Unknown: Dominic Behan
Unknown: Elisabeth Bergner
Unknown: Simon Carter
Unknown: Noel Coward
Unknown: Michael Ellis
Unknown: Hilton Edwards
Unknown: Barry Foster
Unknown: Sibell Gill
Unknown: Kenneth Griffith
Unknown: George Hagan
Unknown: Kenneth Haigh
Unknown: Barry Keegan
Unknown: Rachel Kempson
Unknown: Gerard McLarnon
Unknown: Micheal Mac Liammóir
Unknown: Patrick Magee
Unknown: Harold Pinter
Unknown: Dorothy Primrose
Unknown: Sybil Thorndike
Unknown: Emlyn Williams
Unknown: Henry Woolf

: BACH

Das wohltemperierte Clavier Six Preludes and Fugues
No. 8, in E flat minor No. 17, in A flat major No. 2, in C minor No. 15, in G major
No. 13, in F sharp major No. 22, in B flat minor
Slayed by JAMES FRISKIN (piano) Second of four programmes In which James Friskin will play all Book I of the ' 48 '

Contributors

Unknown: James Friskin

: THE DREAM OF THE ROOD

Translated and introduced by KEVIN CROSSLEY-HOLLAND Read by HARVEY HALL and ALAN WHEATLEY
The Dream of the Rood is the oldest surviving poem in the English language in the form of a dream. In his dream, the poet sees the tree which was felled in the forest and hewn into the Cross. The tree describes Christ's and its own heroism and agony, its subsequent humiliation, and eventual exultation

Contributors

Read By: Harvey Hall
Read By: Alan Wheatley








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