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ENGLAND v. PAKISTAN
Third Test
See panel above
On daws when it in known that there wiU be no further play in the Test Match, either owing to bad weather or because the match is finished, normal Third Network broadcasts will be resumed after an interval of not less than an hour, i.e.. on Saturday and August Bank Holiday a Music Programme up to 12.30 followed by a Sports Service, and on weekdays a Music Programme. Details will be announced at the microphone.

A series of fifteen masazine-type programmes, including French sonus and readings from the Pen-Kuin book of French Short Stories and The Penguin Book of French Nineteenth Century Verse, for listeners with some knowledge of French
Programme 10
De Lisle: Les taureaux
Les bottes de sept lieues (10) L'orgue de Barbarie Mandoline (Debussy)
Speakers:
Paulette PRENEY
LOUIS BLONCOURT PAUL COUSTER
Script by Odile Castro and Winifred Saunders
Produced by Elsie Ferguson

Contributors

Script By:
Odile Castro
Script By:
Winifred Saunders
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

Series B
Nine lectures for first year students at universities and technical colleges and those with an equivalent knowledge of physics
4: Crystals and their imperfections by F. C. Frank , C.B.E., F.R.S.
Melville Wills Professor of Physics University of Bristol
Produced by Rosemary Jellis
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
F. C. Frank
Produced By:
Rosemary Jellis

Two discussions on animal and human behaviour between
PAUL LEYHAUSEN Director of the Max-Planck-Institut at Wuppertal and W. M. S. RUSSELL
Lecturer in Sociology. Reading University
2: The Gyroscope of Social Ease
Both cats and men seem to need a fluid balance between privacy and community. And affluence alone is not enough.

Contributors

Unknown:
W. M. S. Russell

by Jean Cocteau
English translation by W. H. AUDEN adapted for broadcasting by PETER WATTS
Characters in order of speaking :
The scenes are laid at Camelot and at Klingsor's Castle, the Dark Tower
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS
The play first produced at the Theatre de l'Oeuvre. Paris. October 1937

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean Cocteau
Translation By:
W. H. Auden
Broadcasting By:
Peter Watts
Produced By:
Joe Burroughs
King Arthur:
Robert Harris
Merlin:
William Squire
Gawain and The False Gawain:
David March
Queen Guinevere and The False Guinevere:
Joan Matheson
Blandine:
Rosalind Shanks
Segramor:
Douglas Hankin
Lancelot of the Lake:
Stephen Murray
Galahad of the White Armour and The False Galahad:
Denys Hawthorne
The Voice of King Bagdemagus and The Voice of the False Grail:
Haydn Jones
The Elves..:
Carol Marsh
The Elves..:
Margaret Robertson
The Elves:
Gudrun Ure

Network Three

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