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John Farrant and Richard Farrant
Choir of Salisbury Cathedral
Conductor, Douglas Guest
John Farrant
Anthem: 0 Lord Almighty Te Deum and Jubilate Deo
Magnificat and Nune dimittis
Richard Farrant
Organ solo: Felix namque
(played by Douglas Guest )
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis Anthem: Call to remembrance

Contributors

Unknown:
John Farrant
Unknown:
Richard Farrant
Conductor:
Douglas Guest
Conductor:
John Farrant
Unknown:
Richard Farrant
Played By:
Douglas Guest

by Alan E. Thompson Ph.D. , Lecturer in Political Economy in the University of Edinburgh
Dr. Thompson examines the traditional link between industrial relations and economics. His thoughts are prompted by ' The System of Industrial Relations in Great Britain,' the recent symposium edited by Allan Flanders and H. A. Clegg.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan E. Thompson Ph.D.
Edited By:
Allan Flanders
Edited By:
H. A. Clegg.

by Schiller
Translated by S. T. Coleridge
Adapted by Helena Wood Cast in order of speaking:
(Continued in next column)
Produced by Donald McWhinnie and Michael Bakewell
The action begins in General Wallenstein's camp at Pilsen in 1634, at. the height of the Thirty Years War. The opening sequences of this adaptation incorporate material from Schiller's Piccolomini, the preceding play in the WaUenstein trilogy. (The recorded broadcast of January 16) During the interval (9.30-9.40 app.):
Music by Suk played by Ginette Neveu (violin) with Jean Neveu (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Translated By:
S. T. Coleridge
Adapted By:
Helena Wood
Produced By:
Donald McWhinnie
Produced By:
Michael Bakewell
Played By:
Ginette Neveu
Piano:
Jean Neveu
Sergeant:
Rolf Lefebvre
Illo, Field-Marshal, Wallenstein'sConfidant:
Godfrey Kenton
But ler Commander of a Regiment of Dragoons:
Joseph Tomelty
Isolani General of the Croats:
John Carson
Octavio Piccolomini, Lieutenant-General:
Ralph Truman
Von Questenberg Envoy from the Austrian Court:
Owen Berry
Max Piccolomini, Octavio's son, Colonel of a Regiment of Cuirassiers:
David Peel
Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland, Generalissimo of the Imperial Forces:
Stephen Murray
Seni an astrologer:
John Gabriel
Count Terzky, brother-in-law of Wallenstein:
Olaf Pooley
Colonel Wrangel, Envoy from Sweden:
Eric Anderson
Countess Terzky:
Catherine Lacey
Thekla, Wallenstein's daughter:
Prunella Scales
Duchess of Friedland, Wallenstein's wife:
Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Anspessade of the Cuirassiers:
Edward Kelsey
Gordon, Governor of Egra:
Duncan McIntyre
Lady Neubrunn:
Janette Richer
Captain Macdonald:
Edward Jeweabury
Captain Devereux:
Manning Wilson
Groom:
Peter Claughton

Quintet in C (K.515) played by the Element Quartet:
Ernest Element (violin) Sylvia Cleaver (violin)
Dorothy Hemming (viola)
Norman Jones (cello) with Herbert Downes (viola)
Third of seven programmes of Mozart's string quintets

Contributors

Violin:
Sylvia Cleaver
Viola:
Dorothy Hemming
Cello:
Norman Jones
Viola:
Herbert Downes

Third Programme

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