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Talk by David Daiches
One hundred years ago died John Wilson, Professor of Moral Philosophy at Edinburgh University and one of the liveliest and most mischievous figures in the history of literary journalism. He contributed to Blackwood's Magazine under the name of Christopher North , most memorably in the conversation-pieces known as Noctes Ambrosianae.
Readers:
Peter Claughton and Ian Sadler
(The recorded broadcast of Aug. 8)

Contributors

Talk By:
David Daiches
Unknown:
Christopher North
Readers:
Noctes Ambrosianae.
Readers:
Peter Claughton
Readers:
Ian Sadler

An opera in four acts after Dostoevsky's
' The House of the Dead'
German translation by Max Brod
Music by Janacek
(Continued in next column)
Chorus and Orchestra of the Netherlands Opera
CONDUCTED BY ALEXANDER KRANNHALS
Act 1
The yard of a Russian prison near the river Irtysh
Act 2
On tlhe river bank. Six monohs later

Contributors

Translation By:
Max Brod
Conducted By:
Alexander Krannhals
Alexander Petrovitch:
Siemen Jongsma
Alej, a young Tartar:
Chris Scheffer
Filka Morosov. in prison under the name of Luka Kusmich:
Jan van Mantgem
The Big Convict:
Simon van Trirum
The Little Convict:
Paolo Gorin
The Camp Commandant:
Gerard Holthaus
The Very Old Convict:
Chris Taverne
Skuratov:
Zbyslaw Wozniak
Tchekunov:
Ge Genemans
The Drunken Convict:
Piet van Gent
The Chaplain:
Jos Borelli
The Young Convict:
Chris van Woerkom
The Prostitute:
Jo Van de Meent
A Convict, who plays the parts of Don Juan and the Brahmin:
Paolo Gorin
Kedril:
Chris Reumer
Shapkin:
Chris Reumer
Shishkov:
Caspar Broecheler
Tcherevin:
Jan Voogt
A Guard:
Gee Smith

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