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played by PYTA SHRAGER (piano)
Seven Preludes:
Les sons et les parfums tournent dans lair du soir; Ce qu'a vu le vent d'ouest; Des pas sur la neige; La danse de Puck (Book 1)
Hommage a M. Pickwick (Book 2) La serenade interrompue (Book 1) Feux d'artifice (Book 2)
4.10* Three Etudes: Pour les cinq doigts d'après M. Czerny ; Pour les arpeges composes; Pour les accords
Recording made available by courtesy of French Radio

Contributors

Played By:
Pyta Shrager
Unknown:
M. Pickwick
Unknown:
M. Czerny

A course of ten lessons in spoken Mandarin for complete beginners
Programme 9
Introduced by LUCIA LIU with the help of TERRY CHANG
Language consultant, Mrs. Y. C. Liu
Script by David Pollard
Produced by Elsie Ferguson
First broadcast November 29, 1966
Rptd. Sat., 10.45 a.m. (Home)
A booklet and pronunciation record are available

Contributors

Introduced By:
Lucia Liu
Unknown:
Terry Chang
Unknown:
Mrs. Y. C. Liu
Script By:
David Pollard
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

BBC CHORUS
Conductor, PETER GELLHORN
Three Elegies...Geoffrey Burgon
Epitaph for his lost nightingale Now winter yieldeth all his dreariness
Summer to a strange land first broadcast performance
Nocturnal...Elizabeth Maconchy first broadcast performance
8.14* Symphony for voices
Malcolm Williamson contralto, Joyce Jarvis

Contributors

Conductor:
Peter Gellhorn
Unknown:
Geoffrey Burgon
Unknown:
Elizabeth MacOnchy
Contralto:
Malcolm Williamson
Contralto:
Joyce Jarvis

' Izzy ' Stone is a veteran liberal journalist, the gadfly of successive Washington administrations, who since 1953 has been running the influential one-man newsletter 1. F. Stone 's Weekly.
In a conversation recorded in Washington D.C., he talks to ANTHONY HOWARD of The Observer about his career in journalism, the role of his weekly, and the situation of political reporting in the American capital
Originally broadcast on March 2

Contributors

Unknown:
F. Stone
Unknown:
Anthony Howard

by Luigi Pirandello
Translated by ROBERT RIETTY and NOEL CREGEEN
Adapted by Robert Rietty with Robert Harris , Anthony Jacobs Nicolette Bernard
'To win the game you have to know how to defend yourself," says the husband to the lover. and the game is on-in earnest.
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by R. D. SMITH
Second broadcast

Contributors

Translated By:
Robert Rietty
Adapted By:
Robert Rietty
Unknown:
Robert Harris
Unknown:
Anthony Jacobs
Unknown:
Nicolette Bernard
Produced By:
R. D. Smith
Guido Venanzi Silia's lover:
Anthony Jacobs
Silia Gala:
Nicolette Bernard
Clara, Silia's maid:
Margaret Ford
Leone Gala:
Robert Harris
Marquis Miglioriti:
Robért Mill
Drunks:
Robert Rietty
Drunks:
Leigh Crutchley
Neighbours.:
Victor Lucas
Neighbours.:
John Justin
Neighbours.:
Anna Burden
Neighbours.:
Noel Hood
Neighbours.:
Gudrun Ure
Philip, Leone's servant:
James Thomason
Doctor Spiga:
David March
Barelli:
Malcolm Hayes

1756-1791
Last of fifteen programmes following his career through his chamber music
String Quintet in D major
(K.593)
10.41* Adagio and Rondo in C, for glass harmonica, flute, oboe. viola, and cello (K.617) (harmonica part played on the piano)
AMADEUS STRING QUARTET with CECIL ARONOWITZ (viola)
MAURICE COLE (piano) MARY RYAN (flute)
MARY MURDOCH (oboe)
MARJORIE LEMPRERT (viola) HELEN JUST (cello) tSecond broadcast of the quintet: fourth broadcast of the Adagio and Rondo followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz
Piano:
Maurice Cole
Viola:
Marjorie Lemprert

Network Three

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