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: FRENCH ORGAN MUSIC

played by Ralph Downes (organ)
From Brompton Oratory

Contributors

Played By: Ralph Downes

: A CLIMACTERIC CENTURY

Talk by R. F. Treharne
The speaker, who is Professor of History in tihe University College of Wales, Aberystwych, comments on The Thirteenth Century, 1216-1307, by Sir Maurice PowLcke , the recently published fourth volume of the Oxford History of England.
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 22)

Contributors

Talk By: R. F. Treharne
Unknown: Sir Maurice Powlcke

: THE HERITAGE OF SPAIN

A survey of Spanish music prepared by Roberto Gerhard and Lionel Salter
8-The Emergence of the Solo Song
Conchita Badia d'Agusti
(soprano)
Griaciano Tarrago (vihuela de mano)
Introduced by Roberto Gerhand

Contributors

Unknown: Roberto Gerhard
Unknown: Lionel Salter
Unknown: Conchita Badia
Soprano: Griaciano Tarrago
Introduced By: Roberto Gerhand

: Under Milk Wood

The first broadcast performance of the work especially written for the BBC by
DYLAN THOMAS
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

First Voice: Richard Burton
Second Voice: Richard Bebb
Captain Cat: Hugh Griffith
Rosie Probert: Rachel Thomas
Polly Garter: Diana Maddox
Mr. Mog Edwards: Dafydd Havard
Mrs. Ogmore-Pritchard: Dilys Davies
Mr. Ogmore: David Close-Thomas
Mr. Pritchard: Ben Williams
Butcher Benyon: Meredith Edwards
Gossamer Beynon: Diana Maddox
The Rev. Eli Jenkins: Philip Burton
Lily Smalls: Gwyneth Petty
Mr. Pugh: John Huw Jones
Mrs. Pugh: Mary Jones
Mary Ann Sailors: Rachel Thomas
Sinbad Sailors: Aubrey Richards
Dai Bread: David Close-Thomas
Mrs. Dai Bread One: Gwenllian Owen
Mrs. Dai Bread Two: Rachel Roberts
Willy Nilly Postman: Meredith Edwards
Cherry Owen: John Ormond THomas
Mrs. Cherry Owen: Lorna Davies
Nogood Boyo: Dillwyn Owen
Organ Morgan: John Glyn-Jones
Mae Rose Cottage: Rachel Roberts
Songs set by: Daniel Jones
Children's songs and singing game recorded by: Children of Laugharne School

: 'DARK SONNET'

A musical setting of Eugene O'Neill 's domestic tragedy
' Before Breakfast '
Music by Erik Chisholm

Contributors

Unknown: Eugene O'Neill
Music By: Erik Chisholm

: THE DEFENCE BEFORE AGRIPPA

A reconstruction by the Rev. J. B. Phillips of the sermon preached by Paul in his trial before King Agrippa
The sermon read by Hallam Fordham

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. J. B. Phillips
Read By: Hallam Fordham

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Henry Cummings (baritone) Josephine Lee (accompanist)
The Harry Isaacs Trio:
Leonard Hirsch (violin)
Vivian Joseph (cello) Harry Isaacs (piano)

Contributors

Baritone: Henry Cummings
Accompanist: Josephine Lee
Unknown: Harry Isaacs
Violin: Leonard Hirsch
Cello: Vivian Joseph
Piano: Harry Isaacs

: THE KINGDOM OF BUGANDA

Talk by Lucy Mair , Ph.D.
Reader in Colonial Administration at the. London School of Economics and Political Science
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 21)

Contributors

Talk By: Lucy Mair

: WILLY BURKHARD

Toccata, Op. 86 for wind instruments, percussio and string orchestra played by the ' Collegium Musicum , Zurich
Conductor, Paul Bacher on gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Collegium Musicum
Conductor: Paul Bacher

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