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: 'THE LEMMINGS'

Short story by Alex Comfort
Read by Alan Blair

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Story By: Alex Comfort
Read By: Alan Blair

: MUSIC OF THE SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES

A series of programmes devised by Ernest H. Meyer
3-
'Late Seventeenth-Century Italian Orchestral and Operatic Music'
Music by Vitali, Alessandro Scarlatti , Stradella, Steffani, Albrici, and Legrenzi
Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano)
Ernest Lush (harpsichord)
Chamber Orchestra
(Led by Raymond Cohen )
Conducted by Arnold Goldsbrough

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest H. Meyer
Unknown: Alessandro Scarlatti
Soprano: Margaret Field-Hyde
Unknown: Raymond Cohen
Conducted By: Arnold Goldsbrough

: Constance Cummings in 'ST.-JOAN'

by George Bernard Shaw
Produced by Val Gielgud
Others taking part are Olive Gregg. Vanessa Thornton. Ralph Daly , James Treherne , and Alexander Houlgate
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown: George Bernard Shaw
Produced By: Val Gielgud
Unknown: Olive Gregg.
Unknown: Vanessa Thornton.
Unknown: Ralph Daly
Unknown: James Treherne
Unknown: Alexander Houlgate
Joan: Constance Cummings
Page: Brian Parker
The Earl of Warwick: Alan Wheatley
The Bishop of Beauvais, Monseigneur Cauchon: Malcolm Keen
Captain Robert de Baudricourt: Leslie Perrins
His Steward: Eliot Makeham
Bertrand de Poulengey: William Douglas
Monseigneur de la Tremouille: Frederick Lloyd
The Archbishop of Rheims: Baliol Holloway
Captain la Hire: John Probert
Charles; the Dauphin: Ernest Milton
Dunois: Sebastian Shaw
Bluebeard: Anthony Eustrel
De Stogumber: Richard Williams
Inquisitor: Leon Quartermaine
Canon John d'Estivet: Anthony Jacobs
Canon de CourceUes: Graveley Edwards
Brother Martin: David Enders
Executioner: William Trent
An English soldier: Jonathan Field
The Gentleman: Alban Blakelock
The Narrator: Lan Cooper

: MOZART

Duet in B flat for violin and viola (K.424) played by Szimon Goldberg (violin) and Paul Hindemith (viola)
. on gramophone records

Contributors

Violin: Szimon Goldberg
Violin: Paul Hindemith

: SAMUEL WHITBREAD

Brewer and Politician
Talk by Brian Hill
Even the Prince Regent is said to have shed tears when Samuel Whitbread died. A successful man of business. an honest and accomplished politician, Whitbread mixed in the most interesting eighteenth-century society, and Sheridan was his personal friend

Contributors

Talk By: Brian Hill
Unknown: Samuel Whitbread








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