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: The Duenna

A comic opera by R.B. Sheridan.
with music composed and arranged after Linley by Alfred Reynolds.
Scenery and costumes arranged by Peter Bax, from the designs of the late George Sheringham.

A section of the BBC Singers
The BBC Television Orchestra
leader Boris Pecker
conductor Hyam Greenbaum
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Author: R.B. Sheridan
Music composed and arranged by: Alfred Reynolds
Scenery and costumes arranged by: Peter Bax
Singers: A section of the BBC Singers
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Production: Stephen Thomas
Don Antonio: Eric Starling (by permission of the Vic-Wells management)
Donna Louisa: Joan Collier
Don Jerome: Frederick Ranalow
Don Ferdinand: Wilson Barrett
Maid: Anne Gee
Donna Clara: Vivien Lambelet
Isaac Mendoza: Frank Birch
Don Carlos: Guy Le Feuvre
Father Paul: D.G. Milford
The Duenna: Elsie French

: Bird Song

Dr. Ludwig Koch will play some of his records of the song of birds both in a state of nature and in captivity. The birds themselves will be sketched by 'Fish-Hawk'.

Contributors

Presenter: Dr. Ludwig Koch
Artist: 'Fish-Hawk'

: Intimate Cabaret

[Starring] Stanley Holloway, with The Fayre Four, instrumental speciality, Donald Stuart, juggler.

Contributors

Performer: Stanley Holloway
Instrumental speciality: The Fayre Four
Juggler: Donald Stuart
Presentation: Harry Pringle

: Bridge Demonstration

by Hubert Phillips.
The four players will be chosen from the Welsh teams taking part in the English-Welsh Bridge International, played at Cardiff on February 13.
(to 22.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Hubert Phillips








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