Das wohltemperierte Clavier
Six Preludes and Fugues
No. In E flat major No. 16. in G minor
No. 21, in B flat major No. 12, in F minor No. 5. In D major No. 24. in B minor played by JAMES FRISKIN (piano) Last In a series of four programmes including all Book 1 of the ' 48
A group of six programmes 5: Dreams and Verification Discussion by MARY WARNOCK
Fellow of St. Hugh's College, Oxford
Fellow of University College. Oxford and DAVID PEARS
Student of Christ Church, Oxford
If in your dream you tell yourself that you are dreaming, is this thought really part of your dream? How do you know that you are dreaming? What establishes the continuity between dreaming and waking? How does the verification principle apply?
GARETH MORRIS (flute)
SIDNEY SUTCLIFFE (oboe)
BERNARD WALTON (clarinet)
(piano and celesta)
ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET Eli Goren , James Barton
Patrick Ireland, William Pleeth
The broadcast of Dec. 23 (Home)
Based on the short story by RAY BRADBURY
Adapted and produced by NESTA PAIN with Joan Miller and David King-Wood
Music composed and conducted by ANTONY HOPKINS
In an area of destruction, empty of human life, mechanical activity of a kind still persists ... for a time. and Third broadcast
The second of two selections from an anthology soon to be published
Chosen and introduced by GEOFFREY BOWNAS
Translations by GEOFFREY BOWNAS and ANTHONY THWAITE
Japanese poems read by NAKANO KIKUKO and PROFESSOR N. SAIGO
Translations read by PRUNELLA SCALES and MARTIN STARKIE Produced by TERENCE TILLER
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