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: TELEMAMN

Overture in D major
CHAMBER ORCRESTRA OF THE HAMBURG TELEMANN SOCIETY
Conducted by WlLFRIEO BOTTCHER on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Wllfrieo Bottcher

: WHAT IS BEHAVIOUR THERAPY?

by JOSEPH WOLPE
Professor of Psychiatry In the University of Virginia
Dr. Wolpe has derived therapeutic techniques for neurotic patients from a study of Pavlov, Watson, later American psychologists specialising in learning, and experimental work of his own. He describes these techniques and their rationale as he sees it, and brings to light a remarkable curative property of the imagination.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Wolpe

: THE CELLO

by Jacques Perret and Jean Forest translated from the French by HUMPHREY HARE with Heron Carvic
Hugh Burden , Maurice Denham
Cast in order of speaking:
Market porters, drinkers (light and heavy), policemen, art connotsseurs. and taxi-drivers played by Wilfred Babbage Earle Grey , Timothy Harley Sidney Keith , Edgar Norfolk
Lewis Stringer , Blaise Wyndham
Music for the cello composed by HUMPHREY SEARLE and played by WILLEM DE MONT Produced by David THOMSON
Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Jacques Perret
Unknown: Heron Carvic
Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: Maurice Denham
Played By: Wilfred Babbage
Played By: Earle Grey
Played By: Timothy Harley
Played By: Sidney Keith
Played By: Edgar Norfolk
Unknown: Lewis Stringer
Unknown: Blaise Wyndham
Composed By: Humphrey Searle
Played By: Willem De
Produced By: David Thomson
Narrator: Heron Carvtc
Langlume1, a clarinettist: Maurice Denham
Taupin, a cellist: Hugh Burden
Madame Taupin, his wife: Martina Mayne
Madame Bulle his mother-in-law: Cécile Chevreau
Patron of the bistro: Philip Leaver
Steamroller driver: Peter Claughton
Patron of the café: Graham Crowden

: CONCERT

from the Norfolk and Norwich
Triennial Festival
HEATHER HARPER (soprano)
JANET BAKER (contralto)
PETER PEARS (tenor)
THOMAS HEMSLEY (baritone)
NORWICH FESTIVAL CHOIR
Chorus-Masters, Frederick Firth and Sidney Twemlow
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted by DAVID WILLCOCKS
From St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Heather Harper
Contralto: Janet Baker
Tenor: Peter Pears
Baritone: Thomas Hemsley
Chorus-Masters: Frederick Firth
Chorus-Masters: Sidney Twemlow
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By: David Willcocks

: * GALILEO'S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE

by J. W. N. WATKINS
Reader in the History of Philosophy in the University of London
Mr. Watkins discusses the philosophical grounds of the difference between Galileo and the Pope and the similarity of Galileo's epistemology to Plato's.

: * CONCERT

Part 2
MASS in C minor (K.427).Mozart

: HANDEL AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

In this illustrated talk,
Douglas BROWN reconsiders Handel's treatment of our language and suggests a high claim for his sympathy with the best English poetry available to him

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Brown

: PIANO RECITAL

played by GORDON WATSON
Second broadcast

Contributors

Played By: Gordon Watson

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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