presented by The Third Programme as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Triennial Festival
Conductor, MAURICE Doe
Edward Walker (flute) Sidney Sutcliffe (oboe) Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon) Willem de Mont (cello) with Andrew McGavin (horn) Stephen Shingles (viola)
Colin Tilney (harpsichord) HELEN WATTS (contralto)
AN INSTRUMENTAL Ensemble Neville Marriner (violin) Norman Nelson (violin)
Simon Streatfeild (viola) Stephen Shingles (viola) Kenneth Heath (cello)
John Gray (double-bass)
CHARLES Spinks (organ continue)
Given before an invited audience In the St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich.
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by ALAN COREN
Mr. Coren. a young writer on Punch, recently spent two years in America. While there he was foolish enough to try to gain admission to the teaching staff of an enormous State University. In this country it is still necessary to emphasise that the story of his attempt is not a (antasy. For that. at least, we should be grateful.
by Norman Smithson
Tom's widow recalls their annual holidays at Falcon's Bay, and builds up a picture of Northern life as it seemed to them as the years passed by. Produced by ALFRED BRADLEY
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