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National Programme Daventry

The Exhibition of Chinese Art at Burlington House

(a) Ceramics: Leigh Ashton
(b) Chinese Painting as it appears to an Authority on European Painting: Kenneth Clark
The two talks this evening will be concerned with the two aspects of Chinese art most familiar to us: china, porcelain, pottery, etc., and painting.
Mr. Leigh Ashton, one of the greatest authorities in this country on Chinese ceramics, is curator of the Chinese exhibits at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Moreover, he has been solely responsible for 'the arrangement, lighting, and decoration of Burlington House for this Exhibition.
Mr. Kenneth Clark, Director of the National Gallery, has been asked to give the second talk because it is felt that someone who understands Western painting so thoroughly will have the same reactions to the paintings in Burlington House as those of us who go there and those of us who this evening will be listening. He will, therefore, look at the paintings through Western eyes.
Regional Programme Scotland

Speech by Kenneth Clark

at the Opening of the 62nd Exhibition of the Paisley Art Institute
BBC Television

Sight and Sound

Sir Kenneth Clark, Director of the National Gallery, will act as Master of the Ceremonies in a test of skill. Painters will face poets; the artists will be asked to spot quotations and the poets will be shown well-known pictures and asked their authorship.
(to 22.25)
Regional Programme London

Spanish Pictures at Geneva

Sir Kenneth Clark, K.C.B.
Sir Kenneth Clark, the brilliant young Director of the National Gallery, has just returned to England from a long week-end spent at Geneva.
There he had the opportunity of studying the hundred or so masterpieces from Madrid that have been left there for the Summer Exhibition. These pictures, from such treasure houses as the Prado and the Escorial, were sent to Geneva for tafe keeping during the Civil War.
Sir Kenneth has seen them in their original settings in Madrid, and will have something to say about the interesting histories of some of them.
BBC Home Service Basic

THE ARTIST IN THE WITNESS-BOX

10—' Art and the Patron '
Sir Kenneth Clark , K.C.B., with Eric Newton
Forces Programme

'ANY QUESTIONS?'

The Brains Trust give their spontaneous answers to questions sent in by listeners. Resident experts : Julian S. Huxley , Cyril E. M. Joad , Commander A. B. Campbell. Guest experts : Sir Patrick Hastings, K.C ., Sir Kenneth Clark , K.C.B. Question Master . Donald McCullough. ' Second Thoughts ', by Professor Joad. Presented by Howard Thomas and Douglas Cleverdon
Forces Programme

'ANY QUESTIONS?'

The Brains Trust give their spontaneous answers to questions sent in by listeners. Resident experts : Julian S. Huxley , Cyril E. M. Joad , Commander A. B. Campbell. Guest experts : Sir Patrick Hastings, K.C. , Sir Kenneth Clark, K.C.B . Question-Master : Donald McCullough.
' Second Thoughts', by Julian S. Huxley. Presented by Howard Thomas and Douglas Cleverdon. (Specially recorded; to be repeated on Thursday m the Forces Programme)
BBC Home Service Basic

The Living Image

Discussions on the relation between life and art. Painting—2 : Sir Kenneth Clark , K.C.B., Graham Sutherland , Henry Moore , V. S. Pritchett
BBC Home Service Basic

THE BRAINS TRUST

answering ' Any Questions ? '. Sir Kenneth Clark , who made such a brilliant first appearance in the Brains Trust, rejoins the programme this week. Other guests are Henry Strauss , M.P., and Sir John Orr. Residents are Commander Campbell and Professor Joad. Question-Master, Donald McCullough. Produced by Howard Thomas. (
Forces Programme

THE BRAINS TRUST

answering ' Any Questions ? '. Sir Kenneth Clark , Henry Strauss , M.P., and Sir John Orr , with Commander Campbell and Professor Joad. Question-Master, Donald McCul lough. Produced by Howard Thomas.
BBC Home Service Basic

THE BRAINS TRUST

answering ' Any Questions ? ' Dr. Julian Huxley , Dr. C. E. M. Joad , and Commander Campbell. Guests : Sir Kenneth Clark and an eminent physician. Question Master, Donald McCullough. Producer, Howard Thomas. (Specially recorded)
Forces Programme

THE BRAINS TRUST

answering ' Any Questions ? ' Special recording of last Tuesday's session, with Dr. Julian Huxley , Dr. C. E. M. Joad , and Commander Campbell. Guests : Sir Kenneth Clark , and an eminent physician. Question-Master, Donald McCuJlough. Producer, Howard Thomas
BBC Home Service Basic

'GESTAPO IN ENGLAND'

Play adapted by Eric Stadlen from the story by Sir Kenneth Clark and Graham Greene. Produced by Walter Rilla
BBC Home Service Basic

THE BRAINS TRUST

with spontaneous answers to ' Any Questions ? '. Residents, Professor
Gilbert Murray , Sir Kenneth Clark. - Guest, Commander Gould (Star-Gazer). Question-Master, Donald McCullough. Producer, Howard Thomas. Regular features : ' The Open Question ' and ' Second Thoughts '. (Special recording of this session will be broadcast next Sunday at 4.15 p.m.)
Forces Programme

THE BRAINS TRUST

Special recording of last Tuesday's broadcast, with Professor Gilbert Murray , Sir Kenneth Clark , and Mrs. M. A. Hamilton. Guests, Commander Gould (' Star-Gazer ') and Florence Horsbrugh, M.P. Question-Master, Donald McCullough. Producer, Howard Thomas
BBC Home Service Basic

THE BRAINS TRUST

with spontaneous answers to ' Any Questions ? ' Residents, Sir Kenneth Clark , Professor Gilbert Murray , ' The Doctor' (an eminent physician), and two well-known guests. Question-Master, Donald McCullough -. Producer, Howard Thomas. (Special recording of this session will be broadcast on Sunday at 4.15 p.m.)
Forces Programme

THE BRAINS TRUST

with spontaneous answers to ' Any Questions ? ' Special recording of last Tuesday's broadcast. Residents, Sir Kenneth Clark , Professor Gilbert Murray , ' The Doctor ' (an eminent physician). Guests, Jennie Lee and Colonel Walter Elliot. Question-Master, Donald McCullough. Producer, Howard Thomas






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