by Max Frisch
Donald Wolfit as The Stranger Pauline Jameson as Julika
Hugh Burden , Kenneth Hyde
Charles Leno in a play written for radio translated by MICHAEL BULLOCK ' This is the portrait of a man who was never alive: because he demanded of himself that he should be as the others demanded of him. And one day, when he woke up from this spell, behold, people knew his name, it was an honoured name and people could not tolerate a man living without a name. They put him in prison, they condemned him to be what he has been, and did not tolerate his transformation.'
Ballet scenes made with the assistance of the Rpyal Ballet Production by H. B FORTUIN Second broadcast
The Public Prosecutor:
Cantata No. 20S: Was mir be. hagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd! (soprano) (soprano) (tenor) (baritone)
MEMBERS OF THE Choir OF ST. HEDWIG's CATHEDRAL, BERLIN BERLIN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by KARL FORSTER on a gramophone record
Recent poems by W. S. MERWIN read by THE AUTHOR
Introduced by DOUCLAS CLEVERDON
Of these poems, written in New York during the last two years, several involve the theme of departure and return; they are concerned with loss and with possibility.
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