A concert of excerpts from some of his less familiar operas
Marie Collier (soprano)
ROBERT THOMAS (tenor)
BBC SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA Leader, Trevor Williams
Conductor, NORMAN DEL MAR
Prelude, Act 1
Guntram's narration (Friedenserzahlung): Freihild's Monologue, Act 2
Closing scene, Act 3
Marie Collier broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Ltd.
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Two talks by J. 0. Wisdom
Reader in Logic and Scientific Method, University of London
Can we uncover the place in psycho-analysis where we should begin to test its various theories and hypotheses?
2: Research into the clinical hypotheses of psycho-analysis
In his second talk Dr. Wisdom proposes a criterion for testing clinical hypotheses in psycho-analysis. He describes a form of research in which a practitioner might test his predictions of the patient's defence reactions.
by Ivan Turgenev translated by RICHARD NewnbaM adapted for radio by PEGGY WELLS with Rachel Gurney and Norman Wooland
Islayev's house on his estate In the country near Moscow. A summer month in the early forties of the last century.
Produced by NORMAN WRIGHT
To be repeated on August 18
Martin Jarvis is appearing in ' Poor Bitos at the Duke of York's Theatre. London
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Michael Alexandrich Rakitin:
Alexei Nikolayich Beliayev:
Ignati Ilich Shpiegelski:
Anna Semyenovna Islayev:
Arkady Sergeyich Islayev:
Afanassi Ivanich Bolshintsov:
Adam ivanich schaaf:
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