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The League of Nations and the United Nations: comparison and contrast by the Rt. Hon. Philip Noel-Baker M.P. ,
The speaker was a member of the British delegation to the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, a delegate to the League of Nations, and Minister of State during the period of the aetting-up of the United Nations.

Contributors

Unknown:
Rt. Hon. Philip Noel-Baker M.P.

Quintet in C (K.515) played by The Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Cecil Aronowitz (viola)

Contributors

Violin:
Norbert Brainin
Violin:
Siegmund Nissel
Viola:
Peter Schidlof
Cello:
Martin Lovett
Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz

by Jacinto Benavente
Translated from the Spanish by John Garrett Underhill
Adapted for broadcasting by Derek Patmore and Helena Wood
[Starring] Mary Ellis and Leon Quartermaine
The play was first produced at the Teatro Espanol, Madrid, on March 17, 1903

Contributors

Author:
Jacinto Benavente
Translated from the Spanish by:
John Garrett Underhill
Adapted for broadcasting by:
Derek Patmore
Adapted for broadcasting by:
Helena Wood
Production:
Archie Campbell
The Lector:
Derek Hart
Imperia a courtesan:
Mary Ellis
Leonardo, a sculptor:
Leon Quartermaine
Countess Rinaldi, his confidante:
Joan Sanderson
Princess Etelvina:
Dorothy Black
Prince Florencio, her son:
John Fabian
Harry Lucenti, his friend:
Kenneth Hyde
Prince Michael Alexander, uncle to Florencio:
Donald Gray
Members of a dance troupe - Donina:
Sulwen Morgan
Members of a dance troupe - Rosina:
Sarah Leigh
Members of a dance troupe - Pepita:
Audrey Mendes
Friends of Donina - Nunu:
Robert Rietty
Friends of Donina - Tommy:
James Beattie
The Signore:
Aubrey Dexter
Mr Jacob, proprietor of a music-hall and circus:
Leonard Sachs
Majesta, an old woman:
Lola Duncan
Ruhu Sahib, a trainer of elephants:
Malcolm Hayes
Other parts played by:
Aubrey Richards
Other parts played by:
Frank Coburn

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