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: THE ETON CHOIRBOOK

tFirst of two illustrated talks in which FRANK HARRISON introduces music from the Eton Choirbook,which he has edited
The illustrations are sung by the SCHOLA POLYPHONICA (director, Henry Washington) and include John Browne 's 0 Maria salvatoris mater, Richard Davy 's Salve regina, music by Walter Lambe.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Harrison
Unknown: John Browne
Unknown: Maria Salvatoris
Unknown: Richard Davy
Music By: Walter Lambe.

: THE TONGUE-TIED SCIENTIST

Liam HUDSON answers questions from ARCHIE CLOW about his recent personality studies of VI Form students; and he discusses their significance With JOHN HEYWOOD , Senior Research Fellow in Technical Education at Birmingham College of Advanced Technology Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Liam Hudson
Unknown: Archie Clow
Unknown: John Heywood

: BOCCHERINI

CARMIRELLI STRING QUARTET
Duo in B flat major, Op. 5
No. 4, for two violins
Quartet in D major, Op. 64 No. Trio in G, Op. 9 No. 5, for two violins and cello
Quartet in F major, Op. 64 No. 1 Duo in E flat major: La buona notte, for two violins
Second, fourth, and fifth items are first performances in this country

: THE RED KING

Portrait of William Rufus compiled by EDWARD MILLER Lecturer in History in the University of Cambridge from anecdotes and reminiscences of those who knew him
Michael Hordern as William of Malmesbury Stephen Murray as Orderic Vitalis
DAVID KING-WOOD as Eadmer of Canterbury
AUBREY WOODS as The Chronicler MICHAEL DEACON as Narrator Produced by NESTA PAIN followed by an interlude at 7.55

Contributors

Unknown: William Rufus
Unknown: Edward Miller
Unknown: Michael Hordern
Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: Orderic Vitalis
Unknown: David King-Wood
Unknown: Chronicler Michael Deacon
Produced By: Nesta Pain

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

JOHN OGDON (piano)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Lorin MAAZEL
From the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Part 1
See page 15

Contributors

Piano: John Ogdon
Leader: Hugh Maguire
Conducted By: Lorin Maazel

: The Poets and the English Garden

by John Street
In the second of two talks Mr. Street describes how the English landscape garden, the creation of William Shenstone, degenerated into the 'gardenesque' of J. C. Loudon and Paxton.
Readings by James McKechnie

Contributors

Speaker: John Street
Reader: James McKechnie

: * ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2

: THE LEMMINGS

A play for radio by Bernard Kops with Cyril Shaps
Michael Crawford , Jane Asher
' All over the world at this moment millions are entering the water. We must all walk into the waves. Are you prepared to drown this morning? For you are going to ... '
Other parts played by Adrian Brine and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Music composed and conducted by JOHN BECKETT
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Kops
Unknown: Cyril Shaps
Unknown: Michael Crawford
Unknown: Jane Asher
Played By: Adrian Brine
Conducted By: John Beckett
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Mr Lemming: Cyril Shaps
Mrs Lemming: Natalie Kent
Norman: Michael Crawford
Mr Jones: Ronald Baddiley
Mrs Jones: Margery Withers
Iris: Jane Asher

: Closedown









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