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: SCHOENBERG AND DEBUSSY

CHARLES ROSEN (piano)
Suite, Op. 25 (Schoenberg) Etudes, Books 1 and 2 (Debussy) on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Charles Rosen

: WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?

A group of seven talks by theologians and philosophers
1: The Gospel in the New Testament Period by the Rev. AUSTIN FARRER Warden of Keble College, Oxford Second broadcast
Next talk, by the Rev. J. S. Habgood , Rector of Jedburgh: October 5

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Austin Farrer
Unknown: Rev. J. S. Habgood

: THE HAUNTED VILLAGE

The report of a search by Ian Grimble
Archaeological Report:
DR. J. X. W. P. CORCORAN
Highland Voices:
JAMES CAMPBELL , EDITH MACKAY
GEORGE MACKAY , JOSEPH MACKAY ROBERT MACKAY , ANGUS Ross
Readers:
BEATRIX LEHMANN , JOHN BADDELEY Jacques BRUNIUS DUNCAN McINTYRE
JOHN SOUTHWORTH , DOUGLAS STORM JOHN YOUNG
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME
Today it would be called ' genocide ': during the ' clearances ' of the early nineteenth century a whole community of Highlanders in Scotland, settled for many centuries and adequately prosperous, was obliterated in the name of progress. Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Grimble
Unknown: James Campbell
Unknown: Edith MacKay
Unknown: George MacKay
Unknown: Joseph MacKay
Unknown: Robert MacKay
Readers: Angus Ross
Readers: Beatrix Lehmann
Readers: John Baddeley
Readers: Jacques Brunius
Readers: Duncan McIntyre
Unknown: John Southworth
Produced By: Christopher Holme

: DOWLAND

SCHOLA CANTORUM BASILIENSIS
August Wenzinger (treble viol) Marianne Majer
(treble and tenor viols)
Hannelore Miiller
(treble and tenor viols)
Jan Crafoord (tenor viol) Johannes Koch (bass viol)
Pavan: Semper Dowland Semper
Dolens
The Kins of Dcnmarks Gaillard The Earl of Essex his Galliard Mr. Thomas Collier his Gaillard Mrs. Nichols Almand
Sir Henry Umptons Funeral Mr. Henry Noel his Galfiard
Captain Digoric Piper his Galllard Mr Burtons Gaillard
Mr. John Lanuions Pavan
Mr. Nicholas Griffith his Gaillard Sir John Souch his Gaillard Mr. Giles Hoblc his Galliard
Mr George Whitehead his Almand
Second broadcast
First of three programmes of music by Dowland

Contributors

Unknown: Marianne Majer
Unknown: Hannelore Miiller
Bass: Johannes Koch
Unknown: Mr. Thomas Collier
Unknown: Mrs. Nichols Almand
Unknown: Sir Henry Umptons Funeral
Unknown: Mr. Henry Noel
Unknown: Captain Digoric Piper
Unknown: Mr Burtons Gaillard
Unknown: Mr. John Lanuions Pavan
Unknown: Mr. Nicholas Griffith
Unknown: Sir John Souch
Unknown: Mr. Giles Hoblc
Unknown: Mr George Whitehead

: INDIVIDUALITY AND PHYSICS

† by HEINZ POST of the Department of Physics, Chelsea College of Science and Technology
What do we mean by ' individuality '? The everyday usage, by which we can claim our umbrellas from lost property offices, appears to break down in modern physics. But the question is not so much why fundamental particles lack individuality as why macroscopic objects have it. followed by an interlude at 9.10

: Moscow PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

Yehudi Menuhin
(violin)
Igor Oistrakh (violin)
David Oistrakh (violin and viola)
From the Royal Albert Hall. London
Part 1 violin, YEHUDI Menuhin conducted by DAVID Oistrakh
See page

Contributors

Violin: Yehudi Menuhin
Violin: Igor Oistrakh
Violin: David Oistrakh
Unknown: Albert Hall.
Violin: Yehudi Menuhin
Conducted By: David Oistrakh

: * THE CASE AGAINST THE EXPANSIONISTS

URSULA HENRIQUES. a lecturer in the University of Wales, contributes a vigorous warning against wholesale university expansion
She believes that the distinctive character of university life and work is now seriously threatened by it.

Contributors

Unknown: Ursula Henriques.

: * CONCERT

Part 2 conducted by KYRIL KONDRASHIN

Contributors

Conducted By: Kyril Kondrashin

: Closedown









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