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: WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?

A group of seven talks
6: The Claims of the Gospel and Logic by THE REV. David JENKINS Fellow and Chaplain of the .Queen's College, Oxford
Mr. Jenkins speaks about some of the issues raised in Professor R. W. Hepburn 's talk on ' The Gospel and the Claims of Logic.' Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. David Jenkins
Unknown: R. W. Hepburn

: MUSIC AT POTSDAM

HANS-MARTIN LINDE (flute) Hugo RUF (harpsichord)
JOHANNES KOCH (viola da gamba) Sonata in E minor
(Frederick the Great)
Sonata in D major
(C. P. E. Bach ) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Flute: Hans-Martin Linde
Viola: Johannes Koch
Unknown: E. Bach

: THE SYMPHONIES OF BRUCKNER

† ROBERT SIMPSON in an illustrated talk introduces the forthcoming series and discusses the nature of Bruckner's genius See Monday at 9.30 '

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Simpson

: PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL

The story of six years In a young girl's life: years which included a broken marriage, prostitution, and troubles of every kind; but years held together by hope and by courage
Pauline is twenty-one now. Is typical of no one but herself. She tells her story, very frankly, in this conversation With BRIAN BLAKE Third broadcast
See page 6

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Blake

: SATURDAY CONCERT

GERALD ENGLISH (tenor)
KATHARINA WOLPE (piano) BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by BERTHOLD GOLDSCHMIDT JOHN CAREWE
Part 1: conducted by John Carewe

Contributors

Piano: Katharina Wolpe
Leader: Hugh Maguire
Conducted By: Berthold Goldschmidt
Conducted By: John Carewe
Conducted By: John Carewe

: PERSONAL VIEW

by Bernard Williams
A series of fortnightly commentaries on a theme suggested by events of the previous two weeks.
Next talk: November 16

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Williams

: CONCERT

Part 2: conducted by Berthold Goldschmidt
Mediterranean Songs
Goldschmidt
Lines written In an album, at
Malta (Byron)
The Centaurs (James Stephens ) Nemea (Lawrence Durrell )
Olive trees (Bernard Spencer )
The old ships (James Etroy
Flecker)
Stanzas, written In dejection near
Naples (Shelley)
Symphony No. 4, in A minor
Sibelius
Given before an Invited audience In BBC Studio 1, Maids Valo, London. Applications for tickets, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to [address removed]

Contributors

Conducted By: Berthold Goldschmidt
Unknown: James Stephens
Unknown: Lawrence Durrell
Unknown: Bernard Spencer
Unknown: James Etroy

: SINGERS OF IMPERIAL RUSSIA

MARTIN COOPER introduces records, made before the first world war, of Antonina Nezh danova. Leonid Sobinov , and Dmitri Smirnov Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduces: Martin Cooper
Unknown: Antonina Nezh
Unknown: Leonid Sobinov
Unknown: Dmitri Smirnov

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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