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Introduced by George MacBeth
This edition is devoted to the French novel and cinema and includes Alan Resnais, director of the film L'Annee derniere a Marienbad, in a recorded conversation in French, With questions in English put by Olivier Todd
Christopher Ricks on the novel The Planetarium by Nathalie Sarraute

Contributors

Introduced By:
George MacBeth
Unknown:
Alan Resnais
Unknown:
Olivier Todd
Unknown:
Christopher Ricks
Unknown:
Nathalie Sarraute

A film script by Jean Cocteau
Translated and adapted for radio by Michael Bakewell
with Hugh Burden, Muriel Pavlow, Catherine Dolan, Robert Rietty
Other parts played by Adrian Brine, Jeane le Bars, Fiona Nicholson, Elizabeth Proud, Gillian Webb and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL

Contributors

Script By:
Jean Cocteau
Unknown:
Michael Bakewell
Unknown:
Hugh Burden
Unknown:
Muriel Pavlow
Unknown:
Catherine Dolan
Unknown:
Robert Kietty
Played By:
Adrian Brine
Played By:
Jeane Le Bars
Played By:
Fiona Nicholson
Unknown:
Elizabeth Proud
Unknown:
Gillian Webb
Produced By:
Michael Bakewell
Aglaonice:
Sheila Brennan
Orpheus:
Hugh Burden
The Princess:
Catherine Dolan
Heurtebise:
Robert Rietty
Cegeste:
Christopher Guinee
Neanthus:
Anthony Jacobs
Chief of Police:
Derek Blomneld
Eurydice:
Muriel Pavlow
Reporter:
Donald McKillop
First Judge:
Derek Birch
Second Judge:
Lewis Stringer
Third Judge:
Michael Burrell
on Third Programme

Musica Antica e Nuova
Maureen Lehane (contralto) John Shirley-Quirk (bass-baritone)
Carl Pini (violin) Raymond Keenlyside (violin) James Christie (cello) Celia Bizony (harpsichord)
Director, Celia Bizony

Contributors

Contralto:
Maureen Lehane
Bass-baritone:
John Shirley-Quirk
Violinist:
Carl Pini
Violinist:
Raymond Keenlyside
Cellist:
James Christie
Harpsichordist/Musical Director:
Celia Bizony

by Alastair Buchan, Director of the Institute for Strategic Studies

Strategic studies are continually evolving and Mr. Buchan has revised some of the views published nearly two years ago in his book N.A.T.O. in the 1960s. In this talk he also argues that the United States military contribution to the Alliance is increasing while American political influence in Europe is declining.
(BBC recording: second broadcast)

Contributors

Speaker:
Alastair Buchan

Third Programme

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