Programme Index

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A series designed for enthusiasts of aU ages who wish to extend their understanding and enjoyment of music.
THE SYMPHONY
Second of two illustrated talks by Hugh Ottaway on Mozart's
Symphony No. 41, in C (Jupiter)
A Listen and Learn series

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Ottaway

A monthly magazine
Two Ondines:
Leslie Caron and Madeleine Ozeray
Ondine, produced in Paris in 1939 by Louis Jouvet , was written by Jean Giraudoux for Madeleine Ozeray. Leslie Caron is at present starring in the first London production, at the Aldwvch Theatre. In this programme Carl Wildman invites the English1 and the French Ondine to compare notes.
Leslie Caron broadcasts by permission of the Governors of the Shakespeart Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon See page 29
Variations on a Theatre Theme by Ben Iden Payne
A series of talks in which the seventy-nine-year-old actor, director, and drama teacher draws on his widely varied experience.
3: The disappearance of the actor-manager; the emergence of Ibsen
Ballet Styles
Tamara Karsavina talks to Carl Wildman about some items of interest in the third gala performance in aid of the Royal Academy of Dancing s

Contributors

Unknown:
Leslie Caron
Unknown:
Madeleine Ozeray
Unknown:
Louis Jouvet
Written By:
Jean Giraudoux
Unknown:
Madeleine Ozeray.
Unknown:
Leslie Caron
Unknown:
Carl Wildman
Unknown:
Leslie Caron
Unknown:
Ben Iden Payne
Talks:
Tamara Karsavina
Unknown:
Carl Wildman

Practical men talking
MECHANISATION IN THE
BUILDING INDUSTRY
Mixing and Placing Concrete
Blocks of flats or offices require massive quantities of concrete. On a housing site the amount needed in any one spot may be small, although the total quantity is large. The quality of concrete is important too.
Team Charles Crichton director of a building company Ken Pearce , owner of a medium-sized building firm
Harry Kaylor consulting engineer
Guest
Gordon Vallings
Building Research Station

Contributors

Unknown:
Team Charles Crichton
Unknown:
Ken Pearce

Network Three

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