Rose Macaulay, In this, the third and last talk in her series as independent critic of the dramatic productions of the Third Programme, deals principally with ' Troilus and Cressida,' and ' Imaginary Conversations '
E. K. Waterhouse talks about English portraits of the eighteenth century, with special reference to those in the Royal Collection now on view at Burlington House. R. B. Fishenden discusses the methods and use of colour reproduction. Programme introduced by Anthony West
Peter Stadlen (piano)
Stephen Manton (tenor).
David Franklin (bass) accompanied by Frederick Stone
Programme includes settings of poems by Mayrhofer and Goethe, and the Piano Sonata in A, Op. 120
Introduced by Mosco Carner
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