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Opéra-bouffe in two acts and a prologue Libretto by GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE
Music by Poulenc sung in French: on a record
Introduced by PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE
Cast in order of singing:
PARIS OPERA-COMIQUE
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ANDRÉ CLUYTENS

Contributors

Unknown:
Guillaume Apollinaire
Introduced By:
Philip Hope-Wallace
Conducted By:
André Cluytens
The Theatre Manager:
Robert Jeantet
Thérèse:
Denise Duval
Her husband:
Jean Giraudeau
Presto:
Julien Thirache
Lacouf:
Leprin
A gendarme:
Emlle Rousseau
A newsvendor:
Marguerite Legouhy
A member of the audience:
Marguerite Legouhy
A journalist:
Serge Rallier

by WILLIAM TOWNSEND
In Edmonton the nearest gallery showing the major travelling exhibitions is 600 miles away; in Toronto you can take an afternoon walk and visit a dozen dealers' galleries. William Towns end, painter, who has recently returned from a year in Canada. talks about the contrasting situations in which Canadian artists find themselves.
An exhibition. Canadian Painters 1939-1963, is on view in London at the Tate Gallery

Contributors

Unknown:
William Townsend
Unknown:
William Towns

by William Shakespeare
with Harry Andrews, Robert Hardy, William Devlin, Miriam Karlin, Cyril Shaps, Sheila Grant, Heather Stannard and Joss Ackland
(Second broadcast)

(Robert Hardy is in "A Severed Head" at the Criterion Theatre; Joss Ackland in "The Bacchae" at the Mermaid Theatre; John Rye in "A Funny Thing Happened" at the Strand Theatre, London)

During the Interval (9.0-9.10*)
A record of English lute music played by Julian Bream

Contributors

Author:
William Shakespeare
Producer:
Charles Lefeaux
Rumour, the Presenter:
Timothy Harley
Lord Bardolph:
James Thomason
Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland:
David March
Sir John Falstaff:
Joss Ackland
Page:
Carlo Cura
Lord Chief Justice:
John Ruddock
Richard Scroop, Archbishop of York:
William Devlin
Lord Mowbray:
William Fox
Lord Hastings:
Graham Crowden
Mistress Quickly:
Sheila Grant
Henry, Prince of Wales (Hal):
Robert Hardy
Edward Poins:
Fraser Kerr
Bardolph:
Michael Bates
Lady Percy, widow of Hotspur:
Heather Stannard
Doll Tearsheet:
Miriam Karlin
Ancient Pistol:
John Gabriel
King Henry IV:
Harry Andrews'
Earl of Warwick:
Godfrey Kenton
Country Justices - Shallow:
Cyril Shaps
Country Justices - Silence:
John Hollis
Earl of Westmoreland:
Peter Copley
Prince John of Lancaster:
John Rye
Prince Humphrey of Gloucester:
Kenneth Shanley
Thomas, Duke of Clarence:
Peter Bartlti
Davy, servant to Shallow:
Peter Pratt

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