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: Talking of Theatre

A monthly magazine
The Technicians of the Theatre
The III Biennial Congress of the International Association of Theatre Technicians was recently held in London
Some of their opinions and contributions are reviewed by one of the members. HERBERT MARSHALL , theatre director and adviser on theatre architecture to the Government of India, who is interviewed by Richard Findlater
The Kirov Ballet and the Maryinsky Tradition
TAMARA KARSAVINA looks at La Belle au Bois Dormant danced by the Kirov Ballet Company
A conversation with Carl Wildman
Variations on a Theatre Theme by BEN IDEN PAYNE
In the eighth talk in this series. the 79-year-old actor, director, and teacher of dramatic art speaks about Repertory in England and types of actors s


Unknown: Herbert Marshall
Interviewed By: Richard Findlater
Unknown: Kirov Ballet
Unknown: Tamara Karsavina
Unknown: Carl Wildman
Unknown: Ben Iden Payne


A weekly review of political, economic, and scientific developments in British and Overseas farming
Produced by George Sigsworth


Produced By: George Sigsworth

: Third Programme

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Today's overseas commodity and flnanciall news, and the London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown

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