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(from ' Romeo and Juliet')
Arranged for broadcasting by Herbert Farjeon
Produced by Mary Hope Allen

Contributors

Broadcasting By:
Herbert Farjeon
Produced By:
Mary Hope Allen
Capulet:
Carleton Hobbs
Lady Capulet:
Grizelda Hervey
Juliet:
Peggy Bryan
Tybalt:
John Burch
Paris:
Frank Partington
Nurse:
Muriel Aked
Peter:
Ralph Truman
First servant:
Charles Lamb
Second servant:
Felix Irwin
The Speaker:
Leslie Stokes

A selection of his works made by F.L. Lucas.
Reader, Cecil Trouncer (by permission of H. M. Tennent, Ltd.)
This series of selections from the major poets gives listeners for the first time an opportunity of hearing the great classics read aloud, which they have not had except in Time For Verse in the Home Service. Naturally it is impossible in twenty minutes to give more than a taste of the poet, but these individual anthologies should give listeners the essence of the poet's work in miniature

Contributors

Reader:
F. L. Lucas.
Reader:
Cecil Troun
Unknown:
H. M. Tennent

Mary Kessell , Rodrigo Moyni han, and Julian Trevelyan talk about some of the pictures in the exhibition of H.M. the King's collection at Burlington House; and Noel Rooke talks about the Central School of Arts and Crafts, which was founded fifty years ago. Programme introduced by Anthony West

Contributors

Unknown:
Mary Kessell
Unknown:
Rodrigo Moyni
Unknown:
Julian Trevelyan
Talks:
Noel Rooke
Duced By:
Anthony West

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