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: THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT

An account of the trial of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb on a charge of murder in Chicago, 1924
Compiled from transcripts of the proceedings and narrated by EDGAR LUSTGARTEN
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS

Contributors

Unknown: Nathan Leopold
Unknown: Richard Loeb
Unknown: Edgar Lustgarten
Produced By: Joe Burroughs
Nathan Leopold: Warren Stanhope
Richard Loeb: Marvin Kane
Clarence Darrow: Sam Wanamaker
States Attorney Crowe: William Sylvester
Mr. Bachrach: Guy Kingsley Poynter
Judge Caverly: Alan Gifford

: CONCERT IN ST. ALBAN'S ABBEY

HUGH McLEAN (organ)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Bean
Conducted by HARRY NEWSTONE tFrom the Cathedral and Abbey
Church of St. Alban
Part I first performance tn this country

Contributors

Leader: Hugh Bean
Conducted By: Harry Newstone

: KANT'S COPERNICAN REVOLUTION

by J. HINTIKKA
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Helsinki
Kant shifted the centre of philosophy from the universe to man. Professor Hintikka discusses the influence of this revolution on Kant's view of mathematics.
The talk Is read by T. S. Gregory

Contributors

Read By: T. S. Gregory

: CONCERT

Part 2

: THE SHEPHERD'S CALENDAR

by John Clare
October
A reading by BASIL JONES and HUGH DICKSON
Part of Clare's poem Memory is read in the programme which is introduced by GEOFFREY SUMMERFIELD

Contributors

Unknown: John Clare
Reading By: Basil Jones
Unknown: Hugh Dickson
Introduced By: Geoffrey Summerfield

: JOHANN KUHNAU

Cantata: Wie schbn leuchtet der Morgenstern
JOHANNES HOEFFLIN (tenor) EPENDORF Boys' Choir
NORTH GERMAN Choral Society
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Conducted by GOTTFRIED WOLTERS on a gramophone record

Contributors

Tenor: Johannes Hoefflin
Conducted By: Gottfried Wolters

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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