' THE SEVENTEENTH HIGHWAYMAN '
A Play in one Act, adapted for Broadcasting by ERIC FORBES BOYD
6.0 ' Great Expectations '
A READING FROM CHARLES DICKENS
Chapters 7 and 10. By Mr. V. C. CLINTON BADDELEY
DEBUSSY'S PIANOFORTE MUSIC
Played by LAFFITTE
Images (2nd Series)
Cloches a travers les fouilles (Bells through the Leaves)
Et la lune descend sur la temple qui fut (The
Moonlight falls where the Temple stood)
Poissons d'Or (Gold Fish)
'There are as many thousands of tastes as there are people living.' - Horace.
Devised by M. H. Allen
Produced by Howard Rose
Many of the ideas expressed in this Programme are derived from the works of Francois Villon, Moliere Ronsard, Honore de Balzac, Maurice de Guerin, Edmond Rostand, Marcel Proust, George Moore, Hilaire Belloc, Jean Cocteau, Ezra Pound, Walter de la Mare, etc.
An impression of France by Anthony Bertram appears on page 265
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