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: BEETHOVEN

Sonatas
G major. Op. 31 No. 1 D minor, Op. 31 No. 2 played by ARTUR Schnabel (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Piano: Artur Schnabel

: 0. H. LAWRENCE AND HIS CIRCLE

+ In the second of two talks
BEATRICE LADY Glenavy continues a description of her friendship with Katherine Mansfield , Middleton Murry , D. H. Lawrence , and Frieda Lawrence , in which she includes a number of unpublished letters from them

Contributors

Unknown: Beatrice Lady Glenavy
Unknown: Katherine Mansfield
Unknown: Middleton Murry
Unknown: D. H. Lawrence
Unknown: Frieda Lawrence

: The Waste Disposal Unit

A new play for radio by Brigid Brophy
Three Americans are on vacation in an Italian palazzo and are finding that it lacks the comforts of home...

Contributors

Writer: Brigid Brophy
Producer: Richard Imison
Virgil Knockerbicker: Ronald Wilson
Homer Knockerbicker: Harry Towb
Merry Knockerbicker: Mavis Villiers
Lia-Pia: Nicolette Bernard
Angelo Lumaca: John Baddeley
Mrs van den Most: Mavis Villiers

: SCANDINAVIAN SONGS

sung by MARGARETA Bakker-SunnegArdb (soprano) with REX STEPHENS (piano)
Nielsen UBderlige Aftenlufte
Aebleblomst Saenk kun ditt Hoved. du
Blomst
Kilpinen Beim Kuckucksruf
Grabetnacht mein Liebchen verhullt
Rangstrom Sommarnatten
Den mdrka blomman Stjarnornas Trost Det spelar
Sibclius
En flicka siunger dar
Men min fagel marks dock Icke Svarta Rosor

Contributors

Soprano: Margareta Bakker-Sunnegardb
Piano: Nielsen Ubderlige Aftenlufte
Piano: Aebleblomst Saenk
Unknown: Kilpinen Beim Kuckucksruf
Unknown: Rangstrom Sommarnatten
Unknown: Stjarnornas Trost
Unknown: Icke Svarta Rosor

: THE POETS AND THE ENGLISH GARDEN

by JOHN STREET
In the second of two talks Mr. Street describes how the English landscape garden, the creation of William Shenstone , degenerated into the ' gardenesQue' of J C. London and Paxton.
Readings by James McKechnie
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: William Shenstone
Unknown: James McKechnie

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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