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Translated and edited by ROMOLA NIJINSKY
Paul Scofield speaks Nijinsky's words
' We follow the mind of a senius as he releases his delicate hold on reality and. staggering along the outer verge of reason, glimpses truths about art and life, beauty and God. society and personality, which seem saner than our own logic.'
After the previous broadcast the Sunday Telegraph ' wrote:
' Paul Scofield relentlessly built up the agony of the losing battle.... The music, exciting and subtle. drove home the point that this is tho kind of programme that radio can do superbly well-the impact is entirely for the ear.'
Music played by the BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by MARCUS DODS
The Diary abbreviated and produced by H. B. FORTUIN
Third broadcast


Music By: Richard Rodney Bennett
Music By: Paul Scofield
Unknown: Paul Scofield
Conducted By: Marcus Dods
Produced By: H. B. Fortuin

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Network Three, 9 September 1966 20.38

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