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: NEWS; WEATHER

: THE NEW MUSIC OF 1876

8.0 News; Weather
gramophone records

: NEWS; WEATHER

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSERS

Gounod and Liszt
Liszt
Via cruets (The fourteen stations of the Cross)
BBC NORTHERN SINGERS FRANCIS JACKSON (organ)
Conducted by GORDON THORNE gramophone record

Contributors

Singers: Francis Jackson
Conducted By: Gordon Thorne

: THE SONG-CYCLE

Britten
Serenade for tenor, horn, and string orchestra
PETER PEARS
BARRY TUCKWELL LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by THE COMPOSER gramophone record
Twelfth of thirteen programmes linked with Study Session (Thurs.)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Pears
Unknown: Barry Tuckwell

: PIANO RECITAL

by RAFAEL OROZCO
Recorded at Leeds Triennial Music
Festival 1967 In Leeds Town Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Rafael Orozco

: SECOND TEST MATCH

England v. Australia at Lord's: Second day Full details: page 50

: STUDY

See page 39

: BACH

Fifth of six programmes in which MAX ROSTAL will play all Bach's
Partitas and Sonatas for violin
Sonata in C major
Last programme, June 24: Partita in E major

: GENETIC ENGINEERING

A series of eight programmes on how the most fundamental of the biological sciences is being used in a new technology 7: Microbes and Molecules by DR. D. J. COVE
University of Cambridge
Some of the most important advances in our understanding of the way hereditary information is used has come from work on microorganisms. That these insights will be of use to man in breeding animals and plants is distinctly feasible--they may even, some day, show the way to correct hereditary abnormalities in man.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. D. J. Cove

: BARTHOL'MEW FAIR

0 A comedy by Ben Jonson
Adapted for stereophony by RAYMOND RAIKES
The Induction on the stage of the Hope Theatre. Bankside, before the play was first acted on October 31. 1614:
The Play first, outside Lovewit's house nea┬╗ Paul's: then to 'Barthol'mew Fair', at Smithfield on the Feast of ' old Saint Bartle '-August 24. 1614:
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
Robert Eddison is in ' The Importance of Being Earnest ' at the Haymarket Theatre. London

Contributors

Comedy By: Ben Jonson
Unknown: Raymond Raikes
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Produced By: Robert Eddison
A Stage-Keeper: Ian Thompson
A Book-holder: Peter Baldwin
John Littlewit an Attorney of Paul's: David Brierley
Win Littlewit his wife: Carol Marsh
Ned Winwife, a gentleman: Denys Hawthorne
Humphrey Wasp: Carleton Hobbs
Barthol'mew Cukes: Robert Eddison
Grace Wellborn, ward to Adam Overdo: Rosalind Shanks
Dame Overdo, wife to Adam Overdo: Betty Hardy
Dame Purecraft, Win's mother and a widow: Elizabeth Morgan
Zeal-of-the-Land Busy a Banbury Puritan: Charles Gray
Lantborn Leatherhead. a Hobby-horse seller and Puppet-master: Ronald Herdman
Joan Trash a Ginger-bread woman: Barbara Mitchell
Nightingale, a Ballad-singer: Alan Dudley
A Coster-Monger: Peter Baldwin
Adam Overdo, a Justice of Peace: John Justin
Ursula, a pig-woman: Norah Blaney
Mooncalf, her Tapster: Geoffrey Wincott
Captain Jordan Knockem a horse-courser: Francis de Wolff
Eekiel Edgworth a cut-purse: Anthony Jackson
Tobv Haggis: Duncan McLn' Re
Davy Bristle: Ian Thompson
Pbnk Alice mistress o' the Game: Elizabeth Morgan
Door-keepers at the Puppet-theatre: Filcher: Antony Viccars
Sharkwell: Christopher Bidmead

: BARTOK

A sequence of some of his folk songs and piano pieces based on folk melodies
OLGA SZONYI (mezzo-soprano) ANDRAS FARAGO (bass) DAVID WILDE (piano)
Broadcast on June 2. 1967

Contributors

Bass: Andras Farago

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

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

: Closedown









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