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Opera in three acts
Libretto by SALOMON HERMANN MOSENTHAL based on SHAKESPEARE
Music by Nicolai sung in German
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA of the BAVARIAN STATE OPERA
Conducted by ROBERT HEGER on gramophone records
Act 1
Scene 1: A courtyard between the houses of Ford and Page
Scene 2: A room in Ford's house

Contributors

Conducted By:
Robert Heger

without the buzz-buzz by THOMAS WALTON
Entertaining scenarios from Paris theatres of the early nineteenth century reveal that, to satisfy. popular taste, not only the Bible hut Shakespeare was widely pillaged for the creation of wordless or almost wordless mimed dramas with spectacular effects and scenery.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Walton

The special problem of Latin America
ϯ MAX BELOFF
Gladstone Professor of Government and Public Administration in the University of Oxford argues that the problem of projecting Britain in Latin America has yet to be solved. Professor Beloff makes use of his experiences during a recent visit to suggest how some of the obstacles might be overcome.

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Beloff

by HAROLD TRUSCOTT
The first of six monthly talks in which Harold Truscott discusses and analyses the late quartets In this programme he traces their relationship with Beethoven's earlier work and argues that his third period style grew primarily out of his string chamber music.
Op. 127: August 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Harold Truscott
Unknown:
Harold Truscott

by Aldous Huxley with Michael Kilgarriff
Betty McDowall , Andre Morell The setting is the shattered landscape of California in the year 2108.
Produced by D. G. BRIDSON
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Aldous Huxley
Unknown:
Michael Kilgarriff
Unknown:
Betty McDowall
Unknown:
Andre Morell
Produced By:
D. G. Bridson
Narrator:
Norman Claridge
Poole:
Michael Kilgarriff
Chief:
Errol MacKinnon
Flossie:
Ann Murray
Loola:
Betty McDowall,
Master:
Marvin Kane
Arch-Vicar:
André Morell
Rhapsode:
Ralph Truman

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