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The Kama Sutra of the third century A.D. is a frank description by an early Indian writer of life and sex in ancient India. W. G. Archer, who has recently edited for open publication in this country Sir Richard Burton 's hitherto suppressed translation, describes how he first came across the Kama Sutra in India and how he now regards it.
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W. G. Archer reviews India: Paintings from Ajanta Caves, by Madmieet Singh.
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W. G. Archer reviews India: Paintings from Ajanta Caves, by Madanjeet Singh.
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John Commander speaks of the discovery of the art of Rajasthan He refers to the recently published book by W. G. Archer , The Loves of Krishna. An exhibition of Indian Paintings from Rajasthan' from the Oopi Krishna Kanoria Collection, Calcutta, is at present on view in London at the Arts Council Gallery.
BBC Radio 3

Choral Evensong

from Norwich Cathedral
Carol: People, look East (Besancon, arr Nicholas) Versicles and Responses:
Psalms 110, 111, 112 and 113 (Smart, Hopkins,
Henley and G. J. Elvey ) Lessons: Isaiah 26, vv
1-13; Philippians 4. w 4-9 Office Hymn: Creator of the starry height (A&MR 45) Canticles: St Paul 's Service (Howells)
Anthem: Rorate Coell (Palestrina)
Hymn: Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes (A&MR 53)
Organ Voluntary: Les
EnfantsdeDieu (Messiaen) Organist and Master of the Choristers MICHAEL NICHOLAS. Assistant organist MALCOLM ARCHER
BBC Two England

White Heat

Classic crime drama starring
James Cagney
Virginia Mayo , Edmond O'Brien
Ruthless gunman Cody Jarrett and his gang pull off a$300,000 train robbery, but commit murderin the process. They take refuge in a remote mountain cabin where Cody's mother and wife are waiting.
Director Raoul Walsh (1949, 15) B/W ... * See Films: pages 47-56 *****
Followed by Weatherview
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Archers

Written by WATSON GOULD (Repeated: Fri 1.40 pm) Cast for the week:
BBC Birmingham
BBC Radio 3

Choral Evensong

recorded in Bristol Cathedral Responses: William Byrd
Psalm 89 (Buck, Turie and Surplice)
Lessons: (rsv)
1 Samuel 28, w 7-8, 10-19; Luke 22, vv 47-62.
Canticles: Purcell in G minor Anthem: Jehova quam multi aunt hostes mei (Purcell)
Organ Voluntary: Chaconne in F minor (Pachelbel)
Organist and Master of the Choristers MALCOLM ARCHER Assistant Organist

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