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Venus and Adonis
THE London SINGERS
AND THE
Oiseau-Lyhe Orchestral ENSEMBLE
ROBERT Veyron-Lacroix (harpsichord)
MARCEL Frecheville (cello)
Conducted by ANTHONY LEWIS gramophone record

Contributors

Cello:
Marcel Frecheville
Conducted By:
Anthony Lewis

Directed by Geoff Dobson
Timings may be altered by events
12.30 Your Afternoon Forecast direct from the London Weather Centre
CRICKET
12.33: 2.15: 2.45: 3.10: 3.45
5.0 : 5.55
Yorkshire v. Lancashire
Commentary by Robert Hudson at Sheffield
Derbyshire v. Middlesex
Commentary by John Allison at Derby
Hampshire v. Sussex
Commentary by Niel Durden-Smith at Southampton
1.45 Lunchtime Scoreboard
GOLF
1.35: 2.40: 3.40: 4.45: 5.45
Gallaher Ulster Open Championship
Reports on Ihe final day of this 72 hole stroke-play event by Topa Scott
Frum Sbandun Park Golf Club. Belfast
RACING
1.45 Down the Card with Peter Bromley
2.25 The Welsh Stewards' Challenge Cup
2.55 The W.D. and H.O. Wills ' Trophy
3.25 The W.D. and H.O. Wills'
Virginia Cup
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY
From Chepstow
4.50 Racing Results
ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL
2.0 The 1467/68 Season
Brian MOORE. Brian James , and RON GREENWOOD discuss the prospects
4.10 Commentary by GEORGE DAVIDSON, with summaries by BRIAN Moore, on the last half-hour of one of today's matches
SAILING
4.55 David Mudd reports on the progress of the Admiral's Cup. and the end of Cowes Week
From Cowes
MOTOR RACING
5.50 German Grand Prix
Preview of tomorrow's race oy ROBIN RICHARDS
From Nurburgnng
Broadcast by arrangement with the South-West German Radio

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael de Morgan
Directed By:
Geoff Dobson
Commentary By:
Robert Hudson
Commentary By:
John Ahi.
Unknown:
Peter Bromley
Unknown:
H. O. Wills
Commentary By:
Peter Bromley
Unknown:
Brian Moore.
Unknown:
Brian James
Unknown:
Ron Greenwood
Commentary By:
George Davidson
Unknown:
Brian Moore
Unknown:
David Mudd
Unknown:
Robin Richards

Notes on Karl Marx 's
Capital by John Rex
Professor of Social Theory and Institutions at Durham University
One of the most influential books in history, Da.i Kapilol, was written in London. Its first volume was published in 1867. A hundred years later, Professor Rex examines the evolution of ideas that gave it birth. with JOHN Justin. HENRY STAMPER and IAN THOMPSON
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLMB
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Karl Marx
Unknown:
John Rex
Unknown:
John Justin.
Unknown:
Henry Stamper
Unknown:
Ian Thompson
Produced By:
Christopher Holmb
Karl Marx:
Anthony Jacobs
Friedrich Engels:
Bill Horsley

Opera ballet in five scenes
Libretto by Heinz VON CRAMER Music by Boris Blacher
First broadcast in this country
Cast in order of singing:
Chorus of clerks. cleaners office boys. etc.
Chorus OF THE
NORTH GERMAN RADIO
Chorus-Master, Max Thurn
NORTH GERMAN Radio SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by Peter Ronnefeld
1 he action takes place in Berlin about the beginning of the present century
"ART 1
Scene 1 The inland revenue offices
Scene 2 The living room of -he
Fadenkreutz's house
Scene 3 A department store

Zitzewitz, a tax inspector - Paul Kuen (tenor)
Wilhelm Fadenkreutz a clerk - TONI BLANKENHEIM (baritone)
The lord mayor - HERBERT Limon (bass)
Adelaide, his daughter - HANNELORE FECHT (soprano)
Auguste Wilhelm's sister - COLETTE Lorand (soprano)
Fadenkreutz, mère - WILHELM HRUSCHKA (bass)
Fadenkreutz pere - RIA URBAN (soprano)
Birkhahn, an examining magistrate - Horst WILHELM (tenor)
The lady mayoress - MARIA VON ILOSVAY (contralto)
A scrap dealer - Willy Ferenz (baritone)
An innkeeper - Karl OTTO (bass)
An officer of the fire brigade - OSKAR Rohling (tenor)
An insurance agent - HANS Sot in (bass)
An office boy - PETER BRUNSMEJER (bass)

Contributors

Unknown:
Heinz von Cramer
Music By:
Boris Blacher
Chorus-Master:
Max Thurn
Conducted By:
Peter Ronnefeld

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