This edition is devoted to
Lay-out and Design and includes
GERMANO FACETTI , Art Director of Penguin Books, In conversation with T. G. ROSENTHAL
EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH on art magazines
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH
FREDERIC RZEWSKI (piano) HEINZ HOLLIGER (oboe)
EDITH PICHT -AXENFELD (harpsichord)
HEATHER HARPER (soprano)
JOHN SHIRLEY-QUIRK (baritone)
Members of the ACADEMY OF ST. MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS: Roger Lord (oboe)
Neville Marriner (violin) Norman Nelson (violin) Stephen Shingles (viola) Kenneth Heath (cello)
John Gray (double-bass)
Raymond Leppard (organ)
A section of the BBC CHORUS
Directed by NEVILLE MARRINER
PROFESSOR KISSINGER, Of the Harvard Center for International Affairs, Is probably the most influential American strategist not a member of the administration
In this programme he accepted the invitation to explain why the views set out in Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy and The Necessity for Choice have had to be further modified today.
Recorded for the BBC by WGBH
Limited Strategic War, with Laurie Martin and Art Waskoto: May 21
Piano piece No. 10. Stockhausen first performance tn this country
Given before an invited audience in BBC Studio 1. Maida Vale. London. Requests for tickets should be sent to [address removed] enclosing stamped addressed envelope.
by John Milton abridged by R. D. SMITH
Book 6 tReader, Denis McCarthy
Raphael continues to relate how Michael and Gabriel were sent forth to Battel against Satan and his Angels ... God on the third day sends Messiah his Son, for whom he had reserv'd the glory of that Victory.
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