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: THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

A CONCERT PERFRMANCE sung in Italian
From the Royal Festival Hall See below and page 21
ACT 1: A room in the Count's palace ACT 2: The Countess's boudoir

: TO THE ISLAND

A programme of poema and commentary containing
' Sailing to an Island ' and ' The Last Galway Hooker ' Written and read by Richard Murphy
Mr. Murphy describes his discovery of Inishbofin, an island off the West coast of Ireland, where he now lives on his own fishing boat, the Ave Maria.

Contributors

Read By: Richard Murphy

: THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

ACT 3: A hall in the palace ACT 4: The palace garden

: THE CHRISTIAN IN A COMMUNIST STATE

by the Rev. Paul Oestreicher
Paul Oestreicher recently spent fourteen months working in Germany and making contact with Christians living behind the Iron Curtain. He believe* that for the individual Christian and the Communist there is a possibility of genuine dialogue.
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Paul Oestreicher
Unknown: Paul Oestreicher








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