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: NEW COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts Reviewing Novels
JOHN BOWEN talks to
JOHN LEHMANN , V. S. NAIPAUL ,
GABRIEL FIELDING and JOHN CALDER about current assumptions of critics in England with particular reference to the reception of Mary McCarthy 's new novel The Group

Contributors

Talks: John Bowen
Unknown: John Lehmann
Unknown: V. S. Naipaul
Unknown: John Calder
Unknown: Mary McCarthy

: THE TUESDAY INVITATION CONCERT

MORAG NOBLE (soprano)
VIRTUOSO ENSEMBLE
Edward Walker (flute)
Terence MacDonagh (oboe)
Edward Selwyn (cor anglais) Basil Tschaikov (clarinet) Sidnev Fell (clarinet) Wilfred Hambleton (bass-clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon) Kenneth Cooper (contra-bassoon)
John Burden (horn)
Andrew McGavin (horn) Dennis Clift (trumpet) Wilfrid Parry
(piano and celesta)
Susan Bradshaw (harmonium) Michael Jeffries (harp) Patrick Hailing (violin) Ernest Scott i violin)
Gwvnne Edwards (viola) Willem de Mont (cello)
Eugene Cruft (double-bass) Conducted by Jacques-Louis MONOD
SCHOLA POLYPHONICA
Director, HENRY WASHINGTON
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Morag Noble
Flute: Edward Walker
Oboe: Terence MacDonagh
Oboe: Edward Selwyn
Clarinet: Basil Tschaikov
Clarinet: Sidnev Fell
Bass-Clarinet: Wilfred Hambleton
Bassoon: Ronald Waller
Bassoon: Kenneth Cooper
Horn: John Burden
Horn: Andrew McGavin
Horn: Dennis Clift
Piano: Wilfrid Parry
Unknown: Susan Bradshaw
Harp: Michael Jeffries
Violin: Patrick Hailing
Violin: Ernest Scott
Viola: Gwvnne Edwards
Cello: Willem de Mont
Double-Bass: Eugene Cruft
Conducted By: Jacques-Louis Monod
Director: Henry Washington

: THE POWER OF EVIL

Reflections on the Satanic Double in literature and life by GERAINT V. JONES
Minister of Broomhill Congregational Church, Glasgow 2: The Ultimate Question
The ultimate question is not why particular evils are committed, and how they can be psychologically explained, but why there is evil at all: why it is * there why there is, in Paul Ricoeur 's phrase, a deja-ia du Mal.

Contributors

Unknown: Geraint V. Jones
Unknown: Paul Ricoeur

: INVITATION CONCERT

Part 2
Given before an Invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets. enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to [address removed].
Frankel, Second Violin Sonata (Max Rostal ); Skalkottas, Piano Trio (Dumka Trio); Beethoven songs, cantatas by Bach and Buxtehude (Jeannette Sin clair, Marjorie Biggar , Peter Leeming , Philomusica of London, Alan Harverson )

Contributors

Unknown: Max Rostal
Unknown: Jeannette Sin
Unknown: Marjorie Biggar
Unknown: Peter Leeming
Unknown: Alan Harverson

: TALKING ABOUT THE UNTHINKABLE

Herman Kahn
Mr. Kahn, now Director of the Hudson Institute, is probably the most controversial strategic analyst in the United States In this programme he first replies to criticisms of his ' icy-rational methods and then uses one of his examples of nuclear accident to demonstrate how violence and tragedy might be exploited to bring about a form of world government. Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Herman Kahn

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

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

: Closedown









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