MARK RAPHAEL (baritone)
CLIFTON HELLIWELL (pianoforte)
THE BELFAST WIRELESS
Conducted by PETER MONTGOMERY
THE ' SCHUBERTIADEN ' were social gatherings organised at private houses in Vienna for the sole purpose of performing Schubert's music. This evening's programme is an attempt to promote a kind of ' Schubertiade ' of our own.
A Play about the Bronte's
Adapted for broadcasting by THE AUTHOR
The action passes in the parlour of Haworth Parsonage during the years
1842 to 1855
Cast in order of their appearance :
Produced by GORDON GILDARD
(Weather Forecast for Northern
Ireland at 10.50)
Patrick Branwell Bronte:
The Reverend Patrick Bronte, A B:
The Reverend Arthur Bell Nicholls, A B:
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