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: 'IN PARENTHESIS'

by David Jones
An experiment in writtng made between 1929 and 1937, prompted by what the writer saw and felt as an infantryman in the London Welsh Battalion, R.W.F., on the Western Front, 1915-18. Adapted for radio and produced by Douglas Cleverdon : music by Elizabeth Poston , conducted by Maurice Miles. With selections from the original preface spoken by David Jones

Contributors

Unknown: David Jones
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Music By: Elizabeth Poston
Conducted By: Maurice Miles.
Spoken By: David Jones
Pte John Ball: Emrys Jones
Pte Dai Evans: Dylan Thomas
Pte Bill Crower: Carleton Hobbs
Pte John Watcyn: Lyn Evans
Pte Nobby Clark: Edwin Ellis
Pte Saunders: Jonathan Field
Pte Donkin: Frank Atkinson
L/Cpl Lewis: P H Burton
Cpl Quilter: Philip Cunningham
Sgt Snell: Roger Snowdon
Pie Wyatt: George Owen
2nd-Lieut Jenkins: Leonard Sachs
Captain Gwyn: Ivan Samson
Alice: Julian Orde
The Native: John Rorke
Narrative of Action: James McKechnie
Narrative of Thought: Abraham Sofaer
Narrative of Memory: Valentine Dyall

: THE VISUAL ARTS

In this week's programme Alec Clifton-Taylor talks about stained glass, and Leigh Ashton , Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum , talks on Maillol and Despiau

Contributors

Talks: Alec Clifton-Taylor
Talks: Leigh Ashton
Talks: Albert Museum

: ' AIDA '

Verdi's opera on gramophone records (soprano)(mezzo-soprano)(tenor)(baritone)(bass)(bass)(tenor)
Chorus and orchestra of La Scala, Milan
Conducted by Carlo Sabajno
Act 1

Contributors

Conducted By: Carlo Sabajno
Aida: Dusolina Giannini
Amneris: Irene Minghini-Cattaneo
Radames: ' Aureliano Pertile
Amonasro: Giovanni Inghilleri
Ramfis: Luigt Manfrini
II Re: Guglielnio Masini
Un messagiere: Giuseppi Nessi

: ' FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT '

A weekly talk on international affairs by a BBC staff correspondent

: 'AIDA'

Acts 2 and 3

: COWPER

A selection of his poems chosen by Lord David Cecil and read by Stephen Murray

Contributors

Unknown: Lord David Cecil
Read By: Stephen Murray

: 'AIDA' Act 4

: 'THE PAIN'

11,40 app.

Contributors

Unknown: Pauline Smith
Read By: Leonard Sachs








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