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Quartette and Annie S. Jeffrey (Soprano).


Soprano: Annie S. Jeffrey

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Science Chats.


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G. A. ATKINSON. S.B. from London. Local News.


Unknown: G. A. Atkinson.

: First Performance in Britain of Ibsen's Great Drama

" Emperor and Galilean."
Produced by ISABELLE M. PAGAN , whose translation is being used.
The Music is by Mrs. Frank Baily.
Cast :
Characters in the order of speech.
Act I.
Near the Gates of the Royal Palace in Constantinople.Prince Julian
Cousin to Constant ius, Emperor of Rome, and later his Successor AgathonA Fanatical Christian
LibaniusA Philosopher Prince Gallus Julian's Half Brother
Act II.
An Open Space in Athens.
BasilStudents at Athens
Gregory of Nazianus Prince Julian. Libanius.
SallustA Student
Act III.
ARoom in Prince Julian's House at Ephesus. Prince Julian. Basil.
Gregory. Act IV.
A Hall in Prince Julian's Palace at Luretia, in Gaul.
Princess Helena Julian's Wife MyrrhaHer Attendant Prince Julian. Sallust.


Produced By: Isabelle M. Pagan
Unknown: Mrs. Frank Baily.


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Announcer : Herbert A. Carruthers.


Announcer: Herbert A. Carruthers.

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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