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by Bertolt Brecht and Hella Wuolijoki
Translated by Richard Grenier and Gerhard Nellhaus and adapted by Helena Wood
Other parts played by Ivan Samson and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Music for the songs composed by Paul Dessau directed by Christopher Whelen
Accordionist, Ivor Beynon Guitarist, Freddie Phillips Produced by John Gibson
The protagonist in this comedy is a great capitalist in one of the Scandinavian countries who feels that the true nature of man is to be good, but that capitalism has made him bad. His personal remedy is to drink whenever possible, since this enables him to be amiable to his fellow men instead of detesting them.

Contributors

Unknown:
Bertolt Brecht
Unknown:
Hella Wuolijoki
Translated By:
Richard Grenier
Translated By:
Gerhard Nellhaus
Adapted By:
Helena Wood
Played By:
Ivan Samson
Composed By:
Paul Dessau
Directed By:
Christopher Whelen
Guitarist:
Ivor Beynon
Guitarist:
Freddie Phillips
Produced By:
John Gibson
Llsu, the Milkmaid:
Betty Baskcomb
Puntila:
Donald Wolfit
The Judge:
Cyril Shaps
Matti:
Patric Doonan
Laina, the Cook:
Mary O'Farrell
The Attaché:
Richard Hurndall
Eva Puntila:
Denise Bryer
Home Brew Emma:
Vivienne Chatterton
The Horse Doctor:
Ivan Samson
Apothecary Miss:
Janette Richer
Telephone Operator:
Daphne Maddox
Fina:
Jean Lester
The Pastor:
Carleton Hobbs
The Pastor's Wife:
Betty Hardy
A Singer:
John Carolan

Opera in four acts and a prologue
Words
(after Gozzi) and music by Prokofiev sung in Russian
(Continued in next column)
The tragicals, the comicals, the lyricals, the morons, the funny men; doctors, devils, and courtiers Chorus and Orchestra of the Slovenian National Opera,
Ljubljana
Conducted BY BOGO Leskovic
The action of the opera takes place in the imaginary kingdom of the King of Clubs.
PROLOGUE
ACTS 1 AND 2

Contributors

Music By:
Prokofiev
Conducted By:
Bogo Leskovic
The King of Clubs:
Ladko Korosee
The Prince, his son:
Janez Lipuscek
Princess Clarissa, his niece:
Bogdana Stritar
Leander, Prime Minister:
Danilo Merlak
Truffaldino, a jester:
Drago Cuden
Pantaloon, a courtier in the King's confidence:
Vekoslav Janko
Tchelio, a magician, the King's guardian:
Zdravko Kovac
Fata Morgana, a sorceress, Leander's guardian:
Vanda Gerlovic
The Princesses hidden in the oranges:Linetta:
Bozena Glavak
The Princesses hidden in the oranges:Nicoletta:
Vanda Ziherl
The Princesses hidden in the oranges:Ninetta:
Sonja Hocevar
The Cook:
Friderik Lupsa
Farfarello, a devil:
Vladimir Dolnicar
Smeraldina, a negress:
Manja Mlejnik
Master of Ceremonies:
Slavko Strukelj
The Herald:
Simeon Car

A series of talks on four controversial ways of regulating trade
4-The International Air Transport Association
by Oliver Stewart, M.C., A.F.C.
Editor of Aeronautics
Major Stewart examines the powers and constitution of the International Air
Transport Association and assesses the claim that safety and other considerations justify fare-fixing by an international body.

Contributors

Unknown:
Oliver Stewart, M.C., A.F.C.

Four socratic dialogues written by Nirad C. Chaudhuri
2-The Sons of their Fathers
In this programme, the second in the series which he wrote following his first visit to England in the spring of last year. Mr. Chaudhuri gives an Indian's view of the English character and describes his reactions to English attitudes and behaviour.
The part of Nirad Chaudhuri is played by Hugh Gritlith and his two sons by Basil Jones and Richard Bebb
Produced by Gerard Mansell

Contributors

Written By:
Nirad C. Chaudhuri
Unknown:
Nirad Chaudhuri
Played By:
Hugh Gritlith
Unknown:
Basil Jones
Unknown:
Richard Bebb
Produced By:
Gerard Mansell

Third Programme

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