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: BACH

Organ music played by Geraint Jones
Fugue a la gigue Choral Preludes:
Jesu. my strength and stay Jesus Christ, our Saviour
Toccata and Fugue in F
From St. Mark's. North Audley Street. London

Contributors

Played By: Geraint Jones

: 'THE CRITIC ON THE AIR'

Rose Macaulay, in the second of her three talks, is speaking as one of the independent critics who are being invited to criticise the dramatic productions of the Third Programme
This week she deals principally with 'In Parenthesis'

: ROMANTIC COMPOSERS

BBC Symphony Orchestra (Led by Thomas Peatfield )
Conducted by Constant
Lambert Guilhermina Suggia (cello) Muriel Brunskill (contralto)
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Peatfield
Cello: Lambert Guilhermina Suggia
Contralto: Muriel Brunskill

: ' FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT'

A weekly talk on international affairs by a BBC staff correspondent

: The Visual Arts

Raymond Mortimer reviews some recent exhibitions, and Paul Oppe speaks about Alexander Cozens. (An exhibition of the work of Alexander Cozens is being held at the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield.) Programme introduced by Anthony West.

Contributors

Introduced By: Anthony West
Reviewer: Raymond Mortimer
Speaker: Paul Oppe

: Margaret Leighton and Leon Quartermaine in 'THE WALL OF TROY'

An episode being a transcription of The Iliad, Book 3 by Patric Dickinson with music specially composed by Lennox Berkeley
Produced by Val Gielgud

Contributors

Book By: Patric Dickinson
Composed By: Lennox Berkeley
Produced By: Val Gielgud
Two Trojan children: Beryl Calder
Two Trojan children: David Spenser
Paris: Lionel Stevens
Hector: Francis de Wolff
Menelaus: Richard Williams
Two Greek soldiers.: .Eric Lugg
Two Greek soldiers.: Stanley Gruome
Two Trojan soldiers David Koasoff: And Harry Hutchinson
Helen: Margaret Leighton
Laodice: Rachel Gurney
Old men:: Antenor Laidman Browne
Lampas: Alexander Marsh
Klytios: Ivor Barnard
Priam: Frank Cochrane
Idaios, a herald: Andrew Churchman
Agamemnon: Raf de la Torre
Odysseus: William Trent
Aphrodite: Ella Milne
Chorus: Leon Quartermaine

: RECITAL

BettyBannerman
(mezzo-soprano)
Rubbra Trio:
Joshua Glazier (violin), William Pleeth (cello), Edmund Rubbra (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Joshua Glazier
Violin: William Pleeth
Cello: Edmund Rubbra

: TENNYSON

A selection from his works, made by Harold Nicolson and read by Harry Middleton

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Nicolson
Read By: Harry Middleton








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