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by Laurie Lee
An imaginative reconstruction of the legend of the Bounty mutineers after their occupation of Pitcairn Island.
John Adam (Ralph Truman ); Fletcher Christian (Wilfred Babbage ); Andrew Young (Denis Goacher ); Quintal (Victor Platt ); Mc-Coy (Denys Hawthorne ); Brown (William Eedle ); Williams (Norman Wynne ); Susan (Pauline Henriques ); Manoa (Isla Cameron ); Jenny (Kathleen Helmc ); Another Tahuian (Sheila Grant ); Timoa (Hugh Burden ); Talaloo (Leigh Crutchley ); Menalee (David Spenser ); Tetaheite (Nicky Edmett )
Production by Louis MacNeice

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurie Lee
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John Adam
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Ralph Truman
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Fletcher Christian
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Wilfred Babbage
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Andrew Young
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Denis Goacher
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Victor Platt
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Denys Hawthorne
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William Eedle
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Norman Wynne
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Pauline Henriques
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Isla Cameron
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Kathleen Helmc
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Sheila Grant
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Hugh Burden
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Leigh Crutchley
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David Spenser
Unknown:
Nicky Edmett
Production By:
Louis MacNeice

A comic opera with libretto by Stefan Zweig based on Ben Jonson's "Epicoene or The Silent Woman".
Music by Richard Strauss (sung in German)The action takes place in a room in the house of Sir Morosus on the outskirts of London. Time 1780.
(Recording of a performance at this year's Salzburg Festival: made available by courtesty of Oesterreichischer Rundfunk)

A timed synopsis of the action is printed in The Listener dated October 29.

Contributors

Composer:
Richard Strauss
Singers:
Vienna state opera chorus
Musicians:
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor:
Carl Bohm
Producer:
Gunther Rennert
Sir Morosus:
Hans Hotter
His housekeeper:
Georgine von Milinkovic
The barber:
Herman Prey
The:
null actors
Henry Morosus:
Fritz Wunderlich
Aminta:
Hilde Gueden
Isotta:
Pierette Alarie
Callotta:
Hetty Plumacher
Morbio:
Josef Knapp
Vanuzzi:
Karl Donch
Farfallo:
Alois Pernerstorfer

An analysis of Lagos society by Peter Marris
Institute of Community Studies, London
Mr. Marris has recently returned from a period of research in Nigeria. He believes that conditions in the capital are such that, although there is little class-consciousness now, there may in time develop a class division as exclusive and provocative as any we have known in modern Europe.
Community Development in Ghana: Nov. 9

Translated and introduced by Geoffrey Bownas
The Manyoshu was the first great anthology of Japanese poetry. Compiled in the latter half of the eighth century A.D., it included poems from as early as the fifth century. The poets represented range from emperor, prince, and courtier to fisherman and frontier-guard.
Readers: Nakamura Miyako
Tokugawa Tsunenari
Olive Gregg , Godfrey Kenton
Music composed by Yuize Shinichi and played on two koto by the composer and Nakashima Yasuko
Production by Anthony Thwaite

Contributors

Introduced By:
Geoffrey Bownas
Readers:
Nakamura Miyako
Readers:
Tokugawa Tsunenari
Readers:
Olive Gregg
Readers:
Godfrey Kenton
Composed By:
Yuize Shinichi
Production By:
Anthony Thwaite

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