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)
A survey of Spanish music prepared by Roberto Gerhard and Lionel Salter
8-The Emergence of the Solo Song
Conchita Badia d'Agusti
Griaciano Tarrago (vihuela de mano)
Introduced by Roberto Gerhand
The first broadcast performance of the work especially written for the BBC by
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Mr. Mog Edwards:
The Rev. Eli Jenkins:
Mary Ann Sailors:
Mrs. Dai Bread One:
Mrs. Dai Bread Two:
Willy Nilly Postman:
Mrs. Cherry Owen:
Mae Rose Cottage:
Songs set by:
Children's songs and singing game recorded by:
Children of Laugharne
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