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An opera in two acts by Arthur Benjamin completed by ALAN BOUSTEAD
Libretto by CEDRIC CLIFFE after the comedy by MOLIERE
Cast in order of singing:
Madame Pernelle , mother of Orgon
ANNA POLLAK (mezzo-soprano)
Elmire.his second wife
BETTINA JONIC (mezzo-soprano)
Dorine, a maidservant
JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano)
Orgon's children by his first marriage: Mariane
MORAG NOBLE (soprano)
Damis...EDWARD BYLES (tenor)
Orgon, a rich bourgeois
ERIC GARRETT (bass-baritone)
Tartuffe, a pious hypocrite
GWYN GRIFFITHS (baritone)
Laurent, his servant
EMYR GREEN (boss)
Valere, in love with Mariane DAVID HILLMAN (tenor)
An officer of the law
DONALD FRANCKE (baritone)
SADLER'S WELLS ORCHESTRA Leader, Robert Retallick
Conducted by ALAN BOUSTEAD
Produced by PETER EBERT
The New Opera Company production broadcast from Sadler's Wells Theatre
Act 1
The hall of Orgon's house in Paris. 1660.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Benjamin
Unknown:
Alan Boustead
Unknown:
Cedric Cliffe
Unknown:
Madame Pernelle
Mezzo-Soprano:
Bettina Jonic
Soprano:
Jeannette Sinclair
Tenor:
Mariane David Hillman
Baritone:
Donald Francke
Leader:
Robert Retallick
Conducted By:
Alan Boustead
Produced By:
Peter Ebert

by PHILIP WINDSOR
Philip Windsor has worked at the Institute for Strategic Studies for several years and is a lecturer in International Relations at 'he London School of Economics and Political Science. He believes that NATO-but not NATO alone-made mistakes during the recent troubles in Cyprus; but he argues that these mistakes have helped to define the role NATO could and should play in any future such disputes involving members of the Atlantic Alliance.

The Age of Automation by Sir Leon Bagrit
5: Some Industrial and Economic Consequences
The development of automation coincides with an urgent and growing demand for more goods and services to meet the needs of a rapidly increasing world population. The main economic problem of the last quarter of the twentieth century is likely to be one of distribution, rather than of overproduction. tSunday's broadcast in the Home
Service
Next lecture: New Opportunities for Social Enrichment, Dec. 13 (Home); Dec. 14 (Third)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Leon Bagrit

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