Three talks by HAROLD ORTON
In his second talk on the Survey of English Dialects, recently completed by the University of Leeds, Professor Orton examines the vocabulary of farming and nature in use in the North of England today. His talk is illustrated by recordings made by Stanley Ellis on farms throughout the North.
† WILLIAM Russo Introduces four programmes displaying different aspects of his work
3: Jazz Without Improvisation
THE Russo ORCHESTRA
Leader. Ron Simmonds
Conductor, WILLIAM Russo
Assistant conductor, Richard Peaslee
A monthly programme in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared DENIS MATTHEWS discusses
Appassionata Sonata played by Edwin Fischer , Kempff, Petri, Richter, Schna. bel, and others
and the theologians by D. M. MACKINNON
Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge
Part of the difficulty with Hel. degger is his uncompromising metaphysical realism. Part of his usefulness to modem, especially German, theologians is that he suggests a method of being at once realist and idealist. This method has serious difficulties of its own. Second broadcast
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