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: WIND QUINTETS

played by the DORIAN QUINTET
John Perras (flute)
Charles Kuskin (oboe)
William Lewis (clarinet) Jane Taylor (bassoon) William Brown (horn)

Contributors

Flute: John Perras
Oboe: Charles Kuskin
Clarinet: William Lewis
Bassoon: Jane Taylor
Horn: William Brown

: MEDIAEVAL PEOPLE

4: John of Paris by WALTER ULLMANN
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
By the fourteenth century the question of where in society the seat of sovereignty lies had reached a crisis. In this talk Dr. Ullmann considers two political thinkers who advanced modern and naturalistic theories of sovereignty. John of Paris and Marsiglio of Padua.
Second broadcast

: BACH

Concerto in the Italian Style played by WANDA LANDOWSKA (harpsichord) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Played By: Wanda Landowska

: INSTANT SALVATION

A symposium on modern evangelism by GEOFFREY REEVES compiled from contemporary comment, and from documentary record of the revival campaigns pioneered by DWIGHT LYMAN MOODY
' Instant Salvation he called it again and again ... He exulted in the free grace of God ... his joy was contagious.'
Readers: Clive Barker , Colin Campbell , Patanne Fairfoot , Michael Kustow , Brian Murphy
Sacred Songs and Solos sung by Colin Kemball and Evan Morgan Powell
Harmonium, Kate O'Connor
Speakers: The Rev. Henry Bri ant. Clive Barker , Canon Frank Colquhoun , Tom Driberg , M.P., Canon Stanley Evans , Canon Bryan Green , Stuart Hall , Professor Richard Hoggart , Canon Douglas Rhymes , The Rev. Edwin Robertson , Dr. Leslie Weatherhead
With illustrations from current pop records
Produced by CHARLES PARKER
Second broadcast
Michael Kustow broadcasts by permission of the Governors of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Stratford-upon-Avon

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Reeves
Unknown: Dwight Lyman
Readers: Clive Barker
Readers: Colin Campbell
Readers: Patanne Fairfoot
Readers: Michael Kustow
Readers: Brian Murphy
Sung By: Colin Kemball
Unknown: Kate O'Connor
Unknown: Rev. Henry Bri
Unknown: Clive Barker
Unknown: Canon Frank Colquhoun
Unknown: Tom Driberg
Unknown: Canon Stanley Evans
Unknown: Canon Bryan Green
Unknown: Stuart Hall
Unknown: Professor Richard Hoggart
Unknown: Canon Douglas Rhymes
Unknown: Rev. Edwin Robertson
Unknown: Dr. Leslie Weatherhead
Produced By: Charles Parker
Unknown: Michael Kustow

: HENRYK SZERYNG

with the LONDON MOZART PLAYERS Leader, Robert Masters
Conductor, HARRY BLECH
Part 1 See page 6

Contributors

Conductor: Harry Blech

: PERSONAL VIEW

John Roberts gives another commentary on current affairs in this fortnightly series

Contributors

Unknown: John Roberts

: CONCERT

Part 2: Mozart
Violin Concerto in A major
(K.219)
10.6* Symphony No. 31, in D major (K.297) (Paris)
A public concert, promoted by the Haydn-Mozart Society, given at the Royal Festival Hall. London, on December 18. 1963

: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS AND FRANCE

by MARC VIGNAL
The French critic discusses Vaughan Williams 's reputation in France and offers a personal assessment of his stature.
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 10.50

Contributors

Unknown: Marc Vignal
Unknown: Vaughan Williams

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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