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by Arnold Weinstein
Music by CARL DAVIS
Alfred Marks
Catherine Dolan
Jimmy Thompson in a fantasy for radio adapted by the author from his comedy, first performed at The Living Theatre, New York, in 1961 Music conducted by Carl Davis Produced by H. B. FORTUIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Arnold Weinstein
Music By:
Carl Davis
Music By:
Alfred Marks
Music By:
Catherine Dolan
Unknown:
Jimmy Thompson
Conducted By:
Carl Davis
Produced By:
H. B. Fortuin
Compère:
David Bauer
Commère:
Ann Murray
Wilmer Flange, a poor young fool:
Jimmy Thompson
O 0 Martinas, richer older:
Alfred, Marks
Selma Chargesse, a loving young thing.:
Catherine Dolan
Policeman:
David Cargill
Vendor:
George Curzon
Waitress:
Ann Murray
Bez:
Jose Ray
Scrub Lady:
Marcella Markham
Night Watchman:
Peter Piiatt
Enemy Soldier:
David Bauer
A Boy:
Jose Ray
His Mother:
Marcella Markham

His last London performance
Introduced by Peter Gould

Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 In E flat major (Emperor)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent

(Part of the BBC Symphony Concert given in the Royal Festival Hall on March 6, 1963, and broadcast in the Home Service)
(See page 26)

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Gould
Pianist:
Benno Moiseiwitsch
Musicians:
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Leader:
Hugh Maguire
Conductor:
Sir Malcolm Sargent

LAURENCE KITCHIN traces the reasons for the eclipse of epic drama in Victorian times and its gradual re-emergence as an important force in the English theatre over the last two or three years Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurence Kitchin

ROBERT TITZE (baritone)
FREDERICK STONE (piano)
Loewe Tom der Reimer
Hochzeitslied Archibald Douglas
Schubert Todtengraberweise Des Sangers Habe Greisengesang

Contributors

Baritone:
Robert Titze
Piano:
Frederick Stone
Piano:
Loewe Tom Der Reimer
Piano:
Hochzeitslied Archibald Douglas
Piano:
Schubert Todtengraberweise
Unknown:
Des Sangers Habe

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