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Artur Rubinstein (piano) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Bean
Conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini
From the Royal Festival Hall, London
Part 1
See page 21


Piano: Artur Rubinstein
Leader: Hugh Bean
Conducted By: Carlo Maria Giulini

: Though to be Writ by Shakespeare

by John Barton
The arguments for and against Shakespeare's authorship of the play The Reign of King Edward III, which is to be broadcast in the Third Programme on Thursday
To be repeated on December 13


Speaker: John Barton


Part 2


t In this illustrated programme
RUDOLF FIRKUSNY talks to ROBERT LAYTON about Janacek. with whom he studied during his childhood years in Brno


Talks: Rudolf Firkusny
Unknown: Robert Layton


A University in the Making by Albert E. Sloman Vice-Chancellor of the University of Essex
3: The Training of Minds
How can students specialise and, at the same time. gain a sense of the whole range of human achievement Dr. Sloman gives his answer-the answer that Essex will act on. t Second broadcast
Next lecture: The Fulfilment of Lives, Dec. 1 (Home), Dec. 2 (Third)
These lectures are being printed In The Listener'


Unknown: Albert E. Sloman



: Closedown

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