AURELE NICOLET (flute)
This version of Bach's Partita was published in 1958 in a reconstruction from three MS sources, some movements from two-stave and others from lute tablature. It is possible that Bach intended it for flute with lute.
Philosophy-Old and New RENFORD BAMRROUGH Fellow and Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge and JOHN WISDOM
Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge discuss the role of contemporary philosophers, novelists, and playwrights in the light of the speculative philosophy ot the past Second broadcast
Things and Persons: July 28
CHARLES FISHER , Professor of Geography, Sheffield University and DERRICK SINGTON
-two experts on this area-discuss some of the problems facing the Malaysia Federation about to be formed from Malaya, Singapore, and British Borneo
by James Saunders
This play by the author of Barnstable and Alas, Poor Fred is tet in a bus canteen and dealt with the affluent society as seen through the eyes of busmen and women.
Cast in order of speaking:
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