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A play in three parts by August Strinberg in a new translation and radio adaptation by Peter Watts
Part 1
with Cyril Shaps. Alan Reid, Arthur Lawrence, Jack Gwillim, Evelyn Moore, Elizabeth London
Produced by Peter Watts
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 13)
(Part 2 on Tuesday at 21.30; Part 3 on Thursday at 19.50)

Contributors

The Unknown Man:
Valentine Dyall
The Lady:
Catherine Salkeld
A Beggar (in disguise):
Howieson Culff
The Doctor:
John Glen
His Sister:
Molly Lumley
'Caesar,' a madman:
Anthony Jacobs
The Old Man:
Stephen Jack
The Mother:
Ella Milne
The Abbess:
Molly Rankin
Unknown:
Cyril Shaps
Unknown:
Alan Reid
Unknown:
Arthur Lawrence
Unknown:
Jack Gwillim
Unknown:
Evelyn Moore
Unknown:
Elizabeth London
Produced By:
Peter Watts

An opera in three acts
Libretto by Vincenzo Grimani
Music by Handel
(sung in Italian)
Cast in order of singing:
Agrippina, wife of Claudius … Magda Laszlo
Nero, her son by a former marriage … Petre Munteanu
Freed slaves:
Pallas … Georgio Tadeo
Narcissus … Maria Amadini
Lesbos, servant to Claudius … Enrico Campi
Otto, a Roman general … Giuseppe Taddei
Poppea, a noble lady of Rome … Onelia Fineschi
Claudius, Emperor of Rome … Mario Petri

The goddess Juno … Maria Amadini
Orchestra of Radio Italiana, Milan
Conducted by Antonio Pedrotti
Scene: Rome in the first century A.D.
Act 1
Scene 1: Agrippina's apartment
Scene 2: The Forum of the Capitol
Scene 3: Poppea's room

Contributors

Conducted By:
Antonio Pedrotti
Agrippina, wife of Claudius:
Magda Laszlo
Nero, her son by a former marriage:
Petre Munteanu
Freed slave:
Pallas: Georgio Tadeo
Freed slave:
Narcissus: Maria Amadini
Lesbos, servant to Claudius:
Enrico Campi
Otto, a Roman general:
Giuseppe Taddei
Poppea, a noble lady of Rome:
Onelia Fineschi
Claudius, Emperor of Rome:
Mario Petri
The goddess Juno:
Maria Amadini

A new translation into English by W. S. Merwin of the medieval Spanish epic
Produced by Terence Tiller in six parts
Cantar 1 (Part 1)
The Cid, Ruy Diaz, is exiled by the King of Castille, collects his friends and vassals, and adventures against the Moors.
Narrator … James McKechnie
El Cid … Oliver Burt
Alvar Fanez … Marne Maitland
Girl … Marjorie Westbury
Antolinez … Anthony Jacobs
Raquel … Peter Augustine
Vidas … Martin Benson
Jimena … Nicolette Bernard
Abbot Sancho … Ralph Truman
Angel Gabriel … Tom Lake
(Part 2 on January 10)

Contributors

Unknown:
W. S. Merwin
Produced By:
Terence Tiller
Unknown:
Ruy Diaz
Narrator:
James McKechnie
El Cid:
Oliver Burt
Alvar Fanez:
Marne Maitland
Girl:
Marjorie Westbury
Antolinez:
Anthony Jacobs
Raquel:
Peter Augustine
Vidas:
Martin Benson
Jimena:
Nicolette Bernard
Abbot Sancho:
Ralph Truman
Angel Gabriel:
Tom Lake

Jack Brymer (clarinet)
Amadeus String Quartet: Norbert Brainin (violin), Siegmund Nissel (violin), Peter Schidlof (vioia), Martin Lovett (cello)
Quartet in A minor, Op. 29 … Schubert
Quintet in B minor, Op. 115, for clarinet and strings … Brahms

Contributors

Clarinet:
Jack Brymer
Violin:
Norbert Brainin
Violin:
Siegmund Nissel
Violin:
Peter Schidlof
Cello:
Martin Lovett

Ayres for Four Voices
Come again, sweet love doth now invite; Can she excuse my wrongs?: Woeful heart with grief oppressed; Awake sweet love; In this trembling shadow cast; Sleep wayward thoughts; When Phoebus first did Daphne love; O what hath overwrought?; Were every thought an eye
The Golden Age Singers:
Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano), John Whitworth (counter-tenor), René Soames (tenor), Gordon Clinton (baritone)
Directed by Margaret Field-Hyde
with Julian Bream (lute)
Introduced by Thurston Dart
The first of four programmes of ayres by Dowland from volume 6 of Musica Britannica

Contributors

Soprano:
Margaret Field-Hyde
Counter-tenor:
John Whitworth
Tenor:
René Soames
Baritone:
Gordon Clinton
Director:
Margaret Field-Hyde
Lute:
Julian Bream
Presenter:
Thurston Dart

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