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: A CONCERT

CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE NORTH GERMAN RADIO
Conducted by HIROYUKI IWAKI 5.10*Recording made available by cour. tesy of the North German Radio

Contributors

Conducted By: Hiroyuki Iwaki

: POLICIES AND PRESSURES

An enquiry by Norman Hunt
In the British political system today how is policy generated? What are the influences affecting Government decisions, and how are they brought to bear? In this sequel to his programme Power and Parliament, broadcast last May, Dr. Hunt turns from the House of Commons itself to the various groups concerned in policy formation outside the House, with particular reference to agriculture and industry.
Those interviewed include: The Minister of Agriculture, THE
RT. HON. CHRISTOPHER SOAMES, M.P.
THE
RT. HON. HAROLD WILSON, M.P.
THE RT. HON. Jo GRIMONDM.P. , MR. HAROLD WOOLLEY
SIR FRANK LEE
MR. FRANK COUSINS
MR. GEORGE WOODCOCK
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Hunt
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Christopher Soames, M.P.
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Harold Wilson, M.P.
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Jo Grimondm.P.
Unknown: Mr. Harold Woolley
Unknown: Sir Frank Lee
Unknown: Mr. Frank Cousins
Unknown: Mr. George Woodcock
Produced By: Christopher Holme

: BEETHOVEN

String Quartets played by the AMADEUS STRING QUARTET
Norbert Brainin , Siegmund Nissel Peter Schidlof , Martin Lovett
Part 1
Quartet In F minor, Op. 95
7.2* Quartet in A major, Op. 18
No. 5

Contributors

Unknown: Norbert Brainin
Unknown: Siegmund Nissel
Unknown: Peter Schidlof

: THIS MORTAL COIL

A Shakespearean theme by H. V. D. DYSON , Fellow of Merton College, Oxford
3: Heroic and Unheroic
The argument in the Lancastrian plays, Troilus and Cressida, and

Contributors

Unknown: H. V. D. Dyson

: BEETHOVEN

Part 2
Quartet in E flat major, Op. 127 Second of six programmes recorded In association with K.R.O. Hllver sum at public concerts given in Amsterdam during the autumn of last year.

Contributors

Unknown: K.R.O. Hllver

: TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT

by Christopher Marlowe
Music composed and conducted by CHRISTOPHER WHELEN with Stephen Murray and Sheila Allen
Part 2
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
Joss Ackland broadcasts by permission of the Mermaid Theatre Trust

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Marlowe
Conducted By: Christopher Whelen
Unknown: Stephen Murray
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Produced By: Joss Ackland
Tamburlaine, King of Persia: Stephen Murray
Zenocrate, his wife: Sheila Allen
His sons: Celebinus: Kenneth Shanley
His sons: Amyras: Malcolm Terris
His sons: Calyphas: Timothy Harley
Callapine, Bajazeth's son: Denys Hawthorne
Tamburlaine's followers: Theridamas: Joss Ackland
Tamburlaine's followers: Usumcasane: Bruce Condell
Tamburlaine's followers: Techelles: Tom Watson
The Governor of Babylon: Arthur Ridley

: ENGLISH SONGS

† sung by PETER PEARS (tenor) with VIOLA TUNNARD (piano)

Contributors

Sung By: Peter Pears
Piano: Viola Tunnard

: OPEN-END

Another discussion in which the speakers pursue their arguments without the inhibitions imposed by a fixed time limit
The subject:
China and the Modern World
The speakers:
HOWARD BOORMAN and ROBERT GUILLAlN who have travelled to London specially for the programme and RICHARD HARRIS (chairman)

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Boorman
Unknown: Robert Guillaln
Unknown: Richard Harris

: THE NEWS

: OPEN-END

The discussion continued








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