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by HENRIK IBSEN
Translated by Max Faber with George Coufauris
Cast in order of speaking
Continued in next column
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Production by R. D. SMITH
The action takes place in a coastal town in Southern Norway, in the early spring of the year 1882.
: second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (7.20-7.30 app.)
Brahms
Scherzo in E flat minor, Op. 4 played by Wilhelm Kempff (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Henrik Ibsen
Translated By:
Max Faber
Unknown:
George Coufauris
Production By:
R. D. Smith
Katherine Stockmann:
Nan Marriott-Watson
Billing:
Peter Claughton
Pete* Stockmann, the Mayor:
Derek Birch
Hovstad, editor of ' The Herald ':
Malcolm Hayes
Di. Thomas Stockmann, Town Medical Officer of Health:
George Couiouris
Captain Horster:
Wilfred Babbage
Eilif:
Paul Dane
Morten:
Jean England
Petra:
Betty Linton
Morten Kill:
Anthony Shaw
Aslaksen:
Brian Wilde

Elsie Morison (soprano)
Helen Watts (contralto)
John Mitchinson (tenor)
Stanley Riley (bass)
Charles Spinks (organ continuo)
BBC Chorus
Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate Goldsbrough Orchestra Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Conductor.
Arnold Goldsbrough
Part 1
CANTATA No. 34 0 ewiges Feuer,
0 Ursprung der Liebe
Bach's secular cantata Phoebus and Pan will be broadcast in the Third Programme on November 28, and two Christmas cantatas on December 24.

Contributors

Soprano:
Elsie Morison
Contralto:
Helen Watts
Tenor:
John Mitchinson
Bass:
Stanley Riley
Bass:
Charles Spinks
Chorus-Master:
Leslie Woodgate
Leader:
Emanuel Hurwitz

Introductory talk by Donald Hall
Excerpts from the ' imagist epic' by the American poet William Carlos Williams are to be broadcast in the Third Programme on Monday at 10.5. Mr. Hall, who has prepared these excerpts, outlines the governing themes of the poem.

Contributors

Talk By:
Donald Hall
Unknown:
William Carlos

Third Programme

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