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: THE REITH LECTURES

A University in the Making by Albert E. Sloman Vice-Chancellor of the University of Essex
4: The Fulfilment of Lives Sunday's broadcast (Home)
A University Town: Dec. 8 (Home), Dec. 9 (Third)
These lectures are being printed in 'The Listener'

Contributors

Unknown: Albert E. Sloman

: GOFFREDO PETRASSI

conducts the Hungarian State
Symphony Orchestra with LORAND Sziics (piano) and the MAVAG STEELWORKERS CHOIR (The Voice of Steel)
Chorus-Master, Lajos Vass
Italian Music
Dramatic Madrigal: Chorus of the Dead, for men's chorus, brass, three pianos, percussion, double-basses... Petrassi sung In Hungarian
Recording made available by courtesy of Magyar Radio es Televizlo

Contributors

Piano: Lorand Sziics
Chorus-Master: Lajos Vass

: SCREWBALLS AND IRON BARS

by Richard Kell
An imaginary dialogue relating general poetic theory to poems by Robert Lowell and Ted Hughes Readers:
PETER ORR , GARY WATSON Produced by DOROTHY BAKER
Gary Watson is appearing in ' The Masters ' at the Piccadilly Theatre, London

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kell
Unknown: Robert Lowell
Readers: Ted Hughes
Readers: Peter Orr
Readers: Gary Watson
Produced By: Dorothy Baker
Produced By: Gary Watson

: PURCELL

JENNIFER VYVYAN (soprano) THE BASIL LAM ENSEMBLE Patrick Halling (violin) Marjorie Lavers (violin) Peter Hailing (cello) Basil Lam
(harpsichord and organ)
Trio-Sonata No. 7, in C major
(set of 10) An Evening Hymn
Trio-Sonata No. 8, in G minor
(set of 10) The Plaint (The Fairy Queen)

Contributors

Soprano: Jennifer Vyvyan
Violin: Marjorie Lavers
Harpsichord: Basil Lam

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

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

: Closedown









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