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by Malcolm Bradbury
Reflections on the expatriate movement in American literature in the 1920s with recorded contributions from:
Sylvia Beach
R. P. Blackmur Robert Coates. Malcolm Cowley Harold Loeb. Gorham Munson
Ezra Pound. Allen Tate
Virgil Thomson , and Glenway Wescott
Narration read by Brian Wilde
Other readers:
Katharine Blake. Budd Knapp and Guy Kingsley Poynter
Produced by Christopher Holme

Contributors

Unknown:
Malcolm Bradbury
Unknown:
Sylvia Beach
Unknown:
R. P. Blackmur
Unknown:
Robert Coates.
Unknown:
Malcolm Cowley
Unknown:
Harold Loeb.
Unknown:
Gorham Munson
Unknown:
Ezra Pound.
Unknown:
Allen Tate
Unknown:
Virgil Thomson
Unknown:
Glenway Wescott
Read By:
Brian Wilde
Readers:
Katharine Blake.
Readers:
Budd Knapp
Readers:
Guy Kingsley Poynter
Produced By:
Christopher Holme

by Richard Southern
In his recent book Shakespeare's Wooden 0 the American scholar Leslie Hotson argued that Shakespeare's original theatre was much more medieval than is popularly supposed; for example, the best seats were placed where we would consider the back of the stage to be, and the acting was accordingly ' in the round.' Richard Southern, author of The Medieval Theatre in the Round, examines the evidence.

Contributors

Unknown:
Leslie Hotson

Symphony in D, Op. 18 No. 4 (J. C.
Bach)
Symphony Ne. 5, in B minor (C. P. E.
Bach)
Symphony in D minor (W. F. Bach) Symphony in G minor, Op. 6 No. 6
(J. C. Bach)
The Saar Chamber Orchestra Conducted by Karl Ristenpart on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By:
Karl Ristenpart

Third Programme

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About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More