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: CONTEMPORARY FRENCH POETRY

from Paris
Pierre-Emmannuel reads selections from his own works. Introduced in English by Harold Nicolson

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Nicolson

: 'SOME EUROPEAN FILMS'

Talk by Elizabeth Montagu on some tendencies which she observed in the European cinema during the years 1939-1946

Contributors

Talk By: Elizabeth Montagu

: Public Concert of CHAMBER MUSIC

First of a new weekly series
Griller String Quartet: Sidney Griller (violin), Jack O'Brien (violin), Philip Burton (viola), Colin Hampton (cello)
BBC Singers: Margaret Godley , Margaret Rees , Maude Baker , Margaret Rolfe , William Mac Millan, Emlyn Bebb , Stanley Riley , and Leonard Hubbard. Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Part 1

Contributors

Violin: Sidney Griller
Violin: Jack O'Brien
Violin: Philip Burton
Cello: Colin Hampton
Singers: Margaret Godley
Singers: Margaret Rees
Singers: Maude Baker
Singers: Margaret Rolfe
Singers: William Mac
Unknown: Emlyn Bebb
Unknown: Stanley Riley
Conductor: Leonard Hubbard.

: BERNARD SHAW-SOCIALIST OR REBEL?'

talk by The Very Rev. W. R. Inge ,
K.C.V.O.,
D.D. Bernard Shaw 's Man and Superman is to be broadcast in its entirety in the Third Programme on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. This evening Dr. Inge talks about Shavian philosophy

Contributors

Unknown: Very Rev. W. R. Inge
Unknown: D.D. Bernard Shaw

: Public Concert of CHAMBER MUSIC

Part 2
From the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London

: NEW POEMS

A programme of poems specially written, or hitherto unpublished, by Walter de la Mare , W. J. Turner , Dylan Thomas , C. Day Lewis, W. R. Rodgers , and Henry Reed. Arranged by Patric Dickinson

Contributors

Unknown: Walter de la Mare
Unknown: W. J. Turner
Unknown: Dylan Thomas
Unknown: C. Day
Unknown: W. R. Rodgers
Unknown: Henry Reed.
Arranged By: Patric Dickinson

: Comus

A Masque by John Milton and Henry Lawes.
As first presented at Ludlow Castle on Michaelmas Day, 1634
The songs of the Attendant Spirit and the Lady transcribed from the original MSS. of Henry Lawes, and sung by Heddle Nash and Elsie Suddaby. Music composed and arranged by Elizabeth Poston, and played by the London Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Unknown: John Milton
Unknown: Henry Lawes.
Unknown: Henry Lawes
Sung By: Heddle Nash
Sung By: Elsie Sud
Arranged By: Elizabeth Poston
Unknown: Anthony Bernard
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Comus: John Laurie
The Lady: Fpeggy Ashcroft
The elder brother: Valentine Dyall
The second brother: Dylan Thomas
The Attendant Spirit: Alan Wheatley
Sabrina: Lydia Sherwood

: REFLECTIONS ON WORLD AFFAIRS

An address by Field-Marshal the Rt. Hon. J. C. Smuts , C.H., F.R.S., K.C., Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa.

Contributors

Unknown: Rt. Hon. J. C. Smuts

: How to Listen

Repeat of yesterday's broadcast.

: VINCENT D'INDY

Symphonic Variations. Istar Symphony No. 2, in B flat on gramophone records

: Close Down

DR. INGE will discuss Shavian philosophy this evening at 7.30








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