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: DUNFORD DIALOGUES

Things and Persons
DONALD MACKAY
Professor of Communication, University of Keele and RENFORD BAMBROUGH Fellow and Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge begin a conversation on the question of whether the Christian concept of God is logically unique
Recorded informally at
Dunford House. in Sussex Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacKay

: MUSIC FOR VIOLIN

played by STEVEN STARYK
So

Contributors

Played By: Steven Staryk

: POETRY 63

An anthology of poetry, music, discussion, and verse drama selected from the recent Festival at the Royal Court Theatre, London and including
An excerpt from
VERNON SCANNELL 'S play Reconciliation with Penelope Lee
Stephen Lushington Geoffrey Rose
Poems by PETER PORTER and ALAN BROWNJOHN
A discussion on Poetry and the Public by EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH
KARL MILLER , 1. M. PARSONS Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown: Vernon Scannell
Unknown: Penelope Lee
Unknown: Stephen Lushington
Unknown: Geoffrey Rose
Unknown: Peter Porter
Unknown: Alan Brownjohn
Unknown: Edward Lucie-Smith
Unknown: Karl Miller
Unknown: M. Parsons
Introduced By: George MacBeth

: CONCERT

HEATHER HARPER (soprano)
JOHN MITCHINSON (tenor)
BBC SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA Leader, Peter Gibbs
Conducted by Erich SCHMID Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Heather Harper
Tenor: John Mitchinson
Leader: Peter Gibbs
Conducted By: Erich Schmid

: PUBLIC OPINION AND EUROPE

† LORD WINDLESHAM analyses the role of public opinion in Britain during the Common Market negotiations from July 1961 to January 1963
He believes that this episode throws some light on the elusive nature of public opinion, and on the limits of its influence.

: CONCERT

Part 2
Serenade

: VENUSBERG

by Anthony Powell adapted for broadcasting by BENNETT MAXWELL
' There might easily be a revolution. There have been several outbreaks in countries next door. But a political assassination is about the best thing you can rely on. There hasn'been one for some time and everyone is getting heartily sick of everyone else.'
Other parts played by Peggy Butt , Freda Dowie
Gladys Spencer , Dorit Welles Derek Blomfield , Bill Horsley Will Leighton , Charles Simon Produced for the Rothwell Group by BENNETT MAXWELL First broadcast on February 4 in the Home Service
The BBC Rothwell Group consists of a number of radio actors, producers, and studio managers who experiment with acting and studio techniques in an attempt to bring something new to radio drama.

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Powell
Played By: Peggy Butt
Played By: Freda Dowie
Played By: Gladys Spencer
Unknown: Dorit Welles
Unknown: Derek Blomfield
Unknown: Bill Horsley
Unknown: Will Leighton
Unknown: Charles Simon
Unknown: Bennett Maxwell
Lushington: Michael Spice
Ortrud Mavrin: Diana Olsson
Da Costa: William Eedle
Count Bobel: Julian Somers
Pope: Douglas Storm
Professor Mavrin: Harold Reese
Curtis Courtney: John Pullen
: Count Scherbatcheff
Waldemar: Hugh Dickson
: Baroness Puckler
Lucy: Gudrun Ure

: FRENCH PIANO DUETS

ROBERT AND GARY CASADESUS Trois valses romantiques
(Cha brier)
Trois morceaux en forme de poire (Satie) on a gramophone record

: Closedown









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