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: SCARLATTI

Sonatas for violin and harpsichord, edited by Lionel Salter :
No. 3 in F; No. 4 in E minor; No 1 in C minor; No. 6 in D minor played by Jean Pougnet (violin) and Ernest Lush (harpsichord)

Contributors

Edited By: Lionel Salter
Violin: Jean Pougnet

: ' QUEEN MARY'

by Alfred Tennyson
Adapted for broadcasting by Tyrone Guthrie and and Time: 1553-1558
Produced by Tyrone Guthrie. assisted by David H. Godfrey. Technical production by J J. Timms. Music by Anthony Bernard

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Tennyson
Broadcasting By: Tyrone Guthrie
Produced By: Tyrone Guthrie.
Assisted By: David H. Godfrey.
Unknown: J J. Timms.
Music By: Anthony Bernard
Queen Mary: Joan Cross
Philip of Spain: Andre Morel
Cardinal Pole: Leon Quartermaine
Gardiner Chancellor of England: Franklyn Dyall
Princess Elizabeth: Pamela Brown
Archbishop Cranmer: Stephen Murray
Renard Spanish Ambassador: Laidman Browne
Two Gentlemen: Tristan Rawson
Two Gentlemen: Bryan Powley
Bishop of Ely: Basil Coleman
Bonner Bishop of London: Andrew Churchman
Father Cole: Arthur Ridley
Villa Garcia: Bryan Powley
Countrywomen: Joan: Milly Howe
Countrywomen: Tib: Agnes Taylor
Lord Paget: Basil Coleman
Lord William Howard: Tristan Rawson
Peters: Alexander Sarner
In attendance on Queen Mary: Lady Clarence: Grizelda Hervey
In attendance on Queen Mary: Alice: Marjorie Westbury
In attendance on Queen Mary: Usher: Andrew Churchman
French Ambassador: Basil Coleman
Lady in attendance on Princess Elizabeth: Molly Rankin
Sir Henry Bedingfleld: Brvan Powley
Sir Nicholas Heath: Tristan Rawson
Guardsmen: Ernest Hare
Guardsmen: Andrew Churchman

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Zorian String Quartet:
Olive Zorian (violin), Marjorie Lavers (violin), Winifred Copper wheat (viola), Norina Semino (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Olive Zorian
Violin: Marjorie Lavers
Violin: Winifred Copper
Viola: Norina Semino

: 'THE LIMITS OF METAPHYSICS'

Talk by Stuart Hampshire on the metaphysical implications of scientific method

Contributors

Talk By: Stuart Hampshire

: THE MOYSE TRIO

Marcel Moyse (flute)
Blanche Honegger-Moyse (violin)
Louis Moyse (piano)

Contributors

Flute: Marcel Moyse
Violin: Blanche Honegger-Moyse
Piano: Louis Moyse

: I HAVE BEEN DROWNED'

A short story by Tom Hopkinson , read by the author

Contributors

Story By: Tom Hopkinson








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