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by Lope de Vega
Translated by W. S. Merwin
Cast in order of speaking:
Production by Frederick Bradnum

Contributors

Translated By:
W. S. Merwin
Production By:
Frederick Bradnum
Ricardo, a servant:
John Breslin
Febo, the same:
Eric Anderson
The Duke of Ferrara:
Stephen Murray
Cynthia, a bawd:
Nan Marriott-Watson
Batin, servant to Count Frederick:
Timothy Bateson
Count Frederick, the Duke's son:
James McKechnie
Cassandra, married to the Duke:
Margaret Whiting
Lucretia, her servant:
Juliet Callaway
Rutilio, servant to the Marquis Gonzaga:
Anthony Jemmett
The Marquis of Gonzaga:
Manning Wilson
The Lady Aurora:
Yvonne Hills

Prague Symphony Orchestra
Conductor, Zivojin Zdravkovic
Plocek (violin)
Motlik (viola)
Part 1
The Prague Spring Festival, which was instituted in 1946, lasts for three weeks. The programmes are international in character, though Czech music is naturally well represented. This year Mozart's music was also to the fore, not only because of the bicentenary celebrations but because both Don Giovanni and the Prague Symphony were first performed in that city.

Contributors

Conductor:
Zivojin Zdravkovic

A series of talks on four controversial ways of regulating trade
1-The Tied Garage by Ian Trafford
Industrial correspondent of the Financial Times
Certain industries have felt it necessary to control their retail outlets either by buying them up or restricting their freedom to buy from other suppliers. Mr. Trafford considers the reasons for and against this policy in the case of garages.

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