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: Ballet

A recital from the repertoire of the Rambert Company.
"Jardin aux Lilas"
(For details, see 8.30)
Orchestral Interlude
Selection: "La Boutique Fantasque"
Rossini-Respighi
"Capriol Suite"
(For details, see 8.30)

: Picture Page

A Topical Magazine.
Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.

(to 16.00)

Contributors

Editor/presenter: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell
Illustrations: Raff
Producer: Stephen McCormack

: Ballet

A recital from the repertoire of the Rambert Company.

Jardin aux Lilas
Music, Chausson Decor, after Hugh Stevenson
Caroline, on the eve of her marriage to a man she does not love, tries in vain to say a last farewell to her lover, amidst the continual interruption of her guests.

Orchestral Interlude

Two Sporting Sketches: Le Rugby; Le Cricket

Orchestral Interlude

Capriol Suite

with Leila Roussova, Angela Ellis, Joan McClelland, Deborah Dering, Michael Bayston, David Ellis, Stanley Newby, Robert Harold.
The ballet "Capriol Suite" has no story. It is, as its title suggests, a group of dances in various moods suggested to the choreographer by Peter Warlock's delightful music.

Contributors

Choreography (Jardin aux Lilas): Antony Tudor
Music: Chausson Decor
After: Hugh Stevenson
Caroline: Leila Roussova
Her Lover: Hans Zullig
The man she must marry: Michael Bayston
The woman in his past: Joan McClelland
Guest: Angela Ellis
Guest: Deborah Dering
Guest: Josephine Leigh
Guest: David Ellis
Guest: Stanley Newby
Choreography (Two Sporting Sketches): Susan Salaman
Le: Rugby cast:
Music: Poulenc
The player: Robert Harold
His fans: Joan McClelland
His fans: Angela Ellis
His fans: Josephine Leigh
Le: Cricket cast:
Music: Arthur Benjamin
The Batsman: Michael Bayston
The Bowler: David Ellis
The Umpire: Stanley Newby
Fielders: Deborah Dering
Fielders: Beryl Goldwyn
Fielders: Jean Sanders
Music (Capriol Suite): Peter Warlock
Choreography (Capriol Suite): Frederick Ashton
Dancer (Capriol Suite): Leila Roussova
Dancer (Capriol Suite): Angela Ellis
Dancer (Capriol Suite): Joan McClelland
Dancer (Capriol Suite): Deborah Dering
Dancer (Capriol Suite): Michael Bayston
Dancer (Capriol Suite): David Ellis
Dancer (Capriol Suite): Stanley Newby
Dancer (Capriol Suite): Robert Harold
Orchestra leader: Alec Firman
Orchestra conductor: Eric Robinson
Television presentation: Philip Bate

: Picture Page

A Topical Magazine.
Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.

Contributors

Editor/presenter: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell
Illustrations: Raff
Producer: Stephen McCormack

: Music Makers: Elda Ribetti

(soprano)
At the piano, Frederick Stone

Contributors

Soprano: Elda Ribetti
Pianist: Frederick Stone

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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