A series of nine readings from classical and modern authors
3: Selections from ' Pinocchto ' by CARLO COLLODI
(Chapters 3, 17, and 30) Introduced by GIUSEPPE MANIGHETTI
Read by ARIELLA REGGIO Produced by ELSIE FERGUSON
August 16: II Pesce del Donor
L. Rigoli by Renato Fucini from ' Acqua Passata '
II Cane Baronne by Carlo Levi from Narratori del Novecento '
Portrait of the Artist with Severed Ear
(painted 1889) by Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890)
(Courtauld Institute Gallery, London)
Speaker: DAVID PIPER
Assistant Keeper, National Portrait Gallery, London Sunday's broadcast in the Home Service
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