A group of six programmes 6: The Verification Principle by G. J. WARNOCK
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
Mr. Warnock argues that the verification theory of meaning owes its persistence to certain quite correct ideas which underline it, but that it formulates these ideas in a damagingly distorted way. Second broadcast
Commentary upon a journey by D. G. BRIDSON
In 1871 and 1873 William Morris toured the Saga Steads of Iceland, recording his impressions in two journals. This summer D. G. Bridson visited many of the same places. In this programme he discusses the influence of Iceland on Morris's writing, and tells what is remembered of him there today. Second broadcast
BBC SYMPHONY Orchestra Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Constantin Silvestri
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]
Two talks by HUGH THOMAS
1: The Origins of the Cuban Revolution
The Cuban revolution has stirred the Latin-American republics more strongly than any event since their break with Spain. The implications for North America have been scarcely less dramatic. In his first talk Hugh Thomas , author of a forthcoming book on Cuba, speaks on the search since 1898. the year of Cuban independence, for some kind of institutional stability.
Castro and Communism: December 28
by RONALD SMITH
Apart from a number of piano rolls. Busoni made only four commercial records. Ronald Smith introduces some of these, including the Chopin Studies in E minor Op. 25 No. 5 and G flat major Op. 10 No. 5, and Liszt's Thirteenth Rhapsody. Second broadcast
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