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: as Monday

: Woman in Town

with HILARY OSBORN
Today: Weekend Food Prices; Consumer Affairs - ELIZABETH BERG asks: ' How much do we pav for packaging? '
Studio Discussion: the advantages and disadvantages of having a baby later in life as Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Hilary Osborn
Unknown: Elizabeth Berg

: Listen Children

: Up for the day

BRIAN SHARPE at the organ (from BBC Radio Medway)

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Sharpe

: The Pickwick Papers

bv CHARLES DICKENS
The Story of the Goblins who stole a Sexton
Read by TOM VERNON

Contributors

Read By: Tom Vernon

: as Monday

: The Ogglers

: Time to Spare

: Woman in Town

: Die Feen

The Immortals
A romantic opera in three acts by Richard Wagner
Translated by Alison Murray and Terence Green
(first broadcast performance in this country of Wagner's first complete opera, written when he was 20)
The Immortals test the love of King Arindal for Ada, daughter of a mortal father and a faery mother
BEAUFORT OPERA CHORUS chorus master BRIAN FIELDHOUSE FULHAM MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA leader ROSALIND THOMPSON conducted by JOSEPH VANDERNOOT
(A recording of the London premiere production by Hammersmith Municipal Opera last May)

Contributors

Composer: Richard Wagner
Translator: Alison Murray
Translator: Terence Green
Singers: Beaufort Opera Chorus
Chorus Master: Brian Fieldhouse
Musicians: Fulham Municipal Orchestra
Leader: Rosalind Thompson
Conductor: Joseph Vandernoot
Immortal, attendant to Ada - Farzana: Lynda Day-Richardson
Immortal, attendant to Ada - Zemira: Doreen Millman
Arindal, a mortal, King of Tramond: Gunnar Drago
Gernot, Arindal's attendant: Emry Green
Ada, an Immortal, wife of Arindal: Marie Hayward
Morald husband to Lora Gunter, Morald's attendant: Geoffrey Pogson
Lora, sister to Arindal: Josephine Davis
A Messenger: Arnold Chazen
Drolla, Lora's attendant, wife to Gernot: Rita Chard
A wounded soldier: Frank Keyte
Harald, Commander-in-Chief of Arindat's army and Voice of Groma, the magician: Michel Kallipetis
King of the Immortals: Matteo de Monti








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