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A weekly review of the arts Soutine and the Mysteries of Paint A conversation between
DAVID SYLVESTER and ANDREW FORGR occasioned by the Arts Council Exhibition of Soutine's work now at the Tate Gallery
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH


Unknown: Rodrigo Moynihan
Unknown: David Sylvester
Unknown: Andrew Forgr
Introduced By: George MacBeth


given before an invited audience in the Washington Singer Hall. Exeter University
THEA KING (clarinet)
SUSAN McGaw (piano)
DARTINGTON STRING Quartet Colin Sauer (violin) Peter Carter (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
Applications for tickets. enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to [address removed]


Piano: Susan McGaw
Violin: Colin Sauer
Violin: Peter Carter
Viola: Keith Lovell
Cello: Michael Evans


by DESMOND KING-HELE author of Shelley: his Thought and Work Erasmus Darwin (1731-1802) was described by Coleridge as 'the first literary character in Europe, and the most original-minded man.' Desmond King-Hele traces the impact of his Ideas and his verse technique on the work of the Romantic Poets


Unknown: Desmond King-Hele
Unknown: Erasmus Darwin


Part 2
Next week, from Leeds: Berkeley, Bailer my heart; Schumann. Choral songs Op. 141; Davidsbundlerlanze; Beethoven, Varialions Op. 35 (BBC Northern Singers and Orchestras Arm Schein, piano)

: East-Side Taxi Driver

Sam Wagner in conversation with Jonathan Miller
After an eventful career in the tougher districts of New York, Sam Wagner settled for the job of taxi driver.
Recorded In New York; second broadcast
followed by an Interlude at 10.50


Subject: Sam Wagner
Interviewer: Jonathan Miller
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon



Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown

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