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Talk by Margery Perham , C.B.E.
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford
Miss Perham believes the Report of this Commission, published in June, to be revolutionary in that it is highly critical of policies and achievements in the past. She examines some of its basic assumptions, particularly with regard to freedom as against paternalism; and such main issues as the political control of economic action in the changing circumstances of modern Africa.


Talk By:
Margery Perham

by Lope de Vega
A new translation by Roy Campbell
Adapted by Mollie Greenhalgh
Music composed by Arthur Oldham
The Court:
(Continued in next column) The inhabitants of Fuenteovejuna:
The Narrator: Peter Howell
The songs sung by Edward Byles and John Carolan with Desmond Dupre (guitar)
Production by Frederick Bradnum (The recorded broadcast of May 31)
During the interval (9.50-10.0 app.):
Sonatas by Perez and Albero played by Ruggero Gerlin (harpsichord) on gramophone records


Translation By:
Roy Campbell
Adapted By:
Mollie Greenhalgh
Composed By:
Arthur Oldham
Peter Howell
Sung By:
Edward Byles
Sung By:
John Carolan
Desmond Dupre
Production By:
Frederick Bradnum
Ruggero Gerlin
King Fernando:
Godfrey Kenton
Rodrigo, Master of Calatrava:
Allan McClelland
Fernando Gomez, the Grand Comendador:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Queen Isabella:
Molly Rankin
Ortuno, Fernando Gomez' creature:
Alan Reid
Flores, the same:
Leonard Sachs
An Alderman:
Hamilton Dyce
Esteban the Mayor:
Max Brimmell
Marne Maitland
Brian Wilde
Michael Turner
Irene Worth
Rosalind Boxall
Sheila Grant
John Sharp and Michael Turner An Alderman of Ciudad Real and a Judge- Examiner:
Eric Anderson

Liza Fuchsova (piano)
Emelie Hooke (soprano)
Watson Forbes (viola)
Seven piano pieces from Po
Zarostlem Chodnicku (On an overgrown path) Book 1
Rikadla (Nursery rhymes), for soprano, viola, and piano


Liza Fuchsova
Emelie Hooke
Watson Forbes
Zarostlem Chodnicku

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