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The short story by Henry James
Adapted and produced by Mary Hope Allen
The action takes place in Geneva towards the end of the last century

Contributors

Story By:
Henry James
Produced By:
Mary Hope Allen
Henry Mason, a young writer:
William Sylvester
Madame Beaurepas:
Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Monsieur Pigeonneau:
Esme Percy
Mr Ruck:
MacDonald Parke
Mrs Ruck his wife:
Tucker McGuire
Miss Sophie Ruck, his daughter:
Lois McLean
Mrs Church:
Angela Baddeley
Cabman:
Jeffrey Segal
Garcon:
Jeffrey Segal
Miss Aurora Church:
Mairhi Russell

A series of seven talks illustrating the changes in English philosophy during this century
5-Moore and Wittgenstein by G. A. Paul
Fellow of University College, Oxford Moore 's Principia Ethica was published in 1903; Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus in 1922. G. A. Paul examines the influence of these two thinkers.

Contributors

Unknown:
G. A. Paul
Unknown:
Oxford Moore

Part 2
AENEAS: ballet in one act, with chorus (poem by Joseph Weterings )
Roussel
Prélude
Introduction
Andante-Dans l'antre de la sybille;
Entree d'Aeneas
Scherzo-Danse des ombres
Les Epreuves d'Aeneas
Moderato-La solitude
Interlude-Apparition de la sybille Allegro-Les joies funestes
Andante-Les amour tragiques; Danse de Didon
Allegro-Le passe; Danse guerriere Allegro — Danse d'Aeneas
Hymne final: Le peuple romain

Contributors

Unknown:
Joseph Weterings

A young girl's life in the Provinces and her discovery of the works of Walter de la Mare
Written by Dorothy Baker Produced by Terence Tiller with Oliver Burt , Patience Collier , Anne Cullen Bee Duffell
Prunella Scales , Martin Starkie
The Song of the Phoenix recorded by Marjorie Westbury

Contributors

Written By:
Dorothy Baker
Produced By:
Terence Tiller
Unknown:
Oliver Burt
Unknown:
Patience Collier
Unknown:
Anne Cullen
Unknown:
Bee Duffell
Unknown:
Prunella Scales
Unknown:
Martin Starkie
Unknown:
Marjorie Westbury

Third Programme

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