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Introduced by George MacBeth

This edition is devoted to the Edinburgh International Festival and is broadcast from Edinburgh
The programme includes:
Kenneth MacMillan in conversation with Clement Crisp about his two forthcoming ballets, The Seven Deadly Sins and Diversions
T. G. Rosenthal on the Military Tattoo
J. G. Weightman on some French films at the Festival

Contributors

Presenter:
George MacBeth
Unknown:
Kenneth MacMillan
Unknown:
Clement Crisp
Unknown:
T. G. Rosenthal
Unknown:
G. Weightman

The story of the great starvation of Ireland in 1845 and of the fligiht of the Irish to America Written by H. A. L. CRAIG and Dominic BEHAN with James Page , Bernard Rebel David Spenser. Edward. Wade
Singers Dominic Behan , Patrick Healy and Norman Henry , with the Ambrosian Consort
Music arranged and orchestra conductedby Max Saunders Produced by FRANCIS DILLON
: second broadcast

Contributors

Written By:
H. A. L. Craig
Written By:
Dominic Behan
Unknown:
James Page
Unknown:
Bernard Rebel
Unknown:
David Spenser.
Unknown:
Edward. Wade
Unknown:
Singers Dominic Behan
Unknown:
Patrick Healy
Unknown:
Norman Henry
Unknown:
Max Saunders
Produced By:
Francis Dillon
Peardar Ward:
Jack MacGowran
Jamessy Connolly:
Barry Kee-Gan
Canon Flvmn:
Brian O'Higgins
Bridget Ward:
Sally Travers
Mary Daly:
Patricia McAuley
Ann Casey:
Joan O'Hara
Mr Duncan, the land agent:
Norman Wynne
Mr Muir, a souper ':
John Caeabon
Mr Percival a rich philanthropist:
John Sharp
Francis Meagher:
Harry Webster
Jamea Carey:
P G Stephens
'Boss' Donovan:
Denys Hawthorne

PRELUDES AND FUGUES
(Well-Tempered Clavier)
F minor (Book 2); D mdnor (Book 1).: B flat (Book 1) played on the clavichord
G (Book 2),; F sharp (Book 1); F sharp miror (Book 1) played on the harpsichord by Niao Ticciati
Fifth of seven programmes including keyboard music by Bach played on the piano, harpsichord, clavichord, and organ. Fernande Kaeser (piano): Sept. 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Niao Ticciati
Piano:
Fernande Kaeser

by Tom Soper Sub-Warden of Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford
Economic relations between new African countries and the older countries of Europe are of vital importance to both. In view of this, it seems curious that in the current British discussions about the Common Market, so little attention has been paid to the position in Africa.
Tom Soper , who has been on the secretariat of Government Commissions in both East and Central Africa, explores some of the facts and arguments. ): second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Soper
Unknown:
Tom Soper

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