Another Non-stop Medley of Song Memories
Compiled by MAl JONES
Presented by FRANCIS WORSLEY
With the assistance of: THE CARROLL SISTERS
THE REVUE CHORUS and THE WESTERN
Leader, FRANK THOMAS
Conducted by REGINALD REDMAN
' Af maes a channwyll-yn y nos I syllu ar y lleuad dlos.'
Y Bardd Main. MS. 2318
Ar gais cannoedd o edmygwyr a rhai na chawsant y fraint o glywed enghreifftiau o'i waith pan ddarlledwyd hwy o'r blaen, cyflwynir y Bardd unwaith yn rhagor i wrandawyr, gydag enghriefftiau hen a newydd o'i weithiau a sylwadau beirniadol ar waith y Meistr.
by ARTHUR SCHNITZLER
Translated from the German by P. MORTON SHAND
Adapted for broadcasting by MARIANNE HELWEG
The scene is laid in Vienna before the , war
The play produced by VAL GIELGUD
' Liebelei ' will be repeated in the National programme on Thursday night
Kathrine Binder, a neighbour:
Hans Weiring, Christine's father:
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