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: GENERAL ELECTION IN EXETER

A series of three programmes about the Election as seen in one constituency 3: Postscript
ROBERT E. Dowse presents the reactions of the candidates and of some of the general public to the result in their constituency
He also measures it against his own expectation and puts it in the context of the overall national result.
Research by Jeffrey Stanyer
Produced by NEIL CRICHTON-MILLER

Contributors

Unknown: Robert E. Dowse
Unknown: Jeffrey Stanyer
Produced By: Neil Crichton-Miller

: Just Me and Nobody Else

'When I came out of this place I thought well there's just me and nobody else and whatever I do is going to be for me and nobody else because nobody is around to help me.'
A boy of nineteen, who was a young offender but is now 'going straight,' tells his own story in a conversation with WILFRED DE'ATH

: SONG RECITAL

tSYLVIA STAHLMAN (soprano)
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Strauss
Sausle, liebe Myrthe; Als mlr dein Lied erklang (Brentanolieder, Op. 68)
9.4* Barber
Sleep now; Nocturne; Sure on this shining night; Nuvoletta
9.18' Poulenc
Fleurs; Violon (Fiancallles pour rire)
Air champetre (Quatre airs chantes)
' C ' (Deux poèmes de Louis
Aragon)
Les gars qui vont a la fete

: MUSIC AND THE DIGITAL COMPUTER

by JULIE LANDAU
In this illustrated talk the American critic discusses some of the musical experiments using digital computers carried out in recent years in the United States. She examines from a non-specialist point of view some of the work using IBM 1070 in the role of interpreter and composer.

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Landau

: MOZART

Serenade No. 10, In B flat major (K.361) played by the PORTIA WIND ENSEMBLE
Conducted by BENJAMIN FRANKEL
Broadcast on March 22 in the BBC
General Overseas Service followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Conducted By: Benjamin Frankel

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown









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