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: FOLK MUSIC OF GREECE

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The Mountains of Epirus
Recorded and introduced by JAMES McNEISH
Produced by FRANCIS DILLON
These songs were collected by James McNeish travelling with recording equipment in the mountains of Epirus among traditional semi-nomadic gypsy singers. Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By: James McNeish
Produced By: Francis Dillon
Unknown: James McNeish

: WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?

A group of seven talks
5: The Gospel and the Claims of Logic by R. W. HEPBURN
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Nottingham
So far in this series a number of theologians have attempted to describe the ' good news as it is presented in the New Testament and as it now appears to believers in the twentieth century. Professor Hepburn speaks from a different standpoint and with another voice-that of a contemporary philosopher. Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: R. W. Hepburn

: TCHAIKOVSKY

Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 50 played by the LONDON CZECH TRIO
Jack Rothstein (violin) Karel Horitz (cello)
Lisa Marketta (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Jack Rothstein
Cello: Karel Horitz
Piano: Lisa Marketta

: BOY DUDGEON

A new play for radio by Ray Jenkins
' There's always a time for doing something, a time when something can be done-it's hard, clear, recognisable, like a diamond. But by the time the Dudgeons of this world reach here that moment's passed with WILLIAM SQUIRE as Mr. Cliffe
NORMAN CLARIDGE as The Prison Governor
PETER CLAUGHTON as Mr. Seeley and KENNETH CRANHAM as Boy Dudgeon
Maraccas played by Sid Rich Produced by JOHN GIBSON
T Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Jenkins
Unknown: William Squire
Unknown: Norman Claridge
Unknown: Peter Claughton
Unknown: Kenneth Cranham
Played By: Sid Rich
Produced By: John Gibson

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

SIEGFRIED PALM (cello)
RONALD DOWN (tenor)
BBC MEN'S CHORUS
BBC CHORAL SOCIETY (men's voices)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Dean Dixon
Part 1
Given before an invited audience In BBC Studio 1. Maida Vale, London. Applications for tickets, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to [address removed].

Contributors

Cello: Siegfried Palm
Tenor: Ronald Down
Leader: Hugh Maguire
Conducted By: Dean Dixon

: MIRRORS OF THE SOUTH

† LORD WINDLESHAM, recently returned from the United States, discusses the mass media in the American South and finds a clear connection between media attitudes and racial progress

: CONCERT

Part 2

: BILLY THE KID

by WILLIAM GOLDING
A reminscence of his child hood read by the author Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: William Golding

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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