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: MOZART

Adagio in B minor (K.540) Sonata in C minor (K.457) played by Franz Osborn (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Franz Osborn

: MINOR POETS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY-3

by Geoffrey Tillotson
Readers. Carleton Hobbs and Joseph O'Conor
Produced by Patric Dickinson

Contributors

Readers: Geoffrey Tillotson
Readers: Carleton Hobbs
Readers: Joseph O'Conor
Produced By: Patric Dickinson

: FOLK SONGS OF MANY PEOPLES

Seletted, described and sung by Engel Lund with Ferdinand Rauter at the piano
3-' The Changing Year '

Contributors

Sung By: Engel Lund
Unknown: Ferdinand Rauter

: 'IS THERE A WESTERN TRADITION?'

A series of five broadcasts
1-by Geoffrey Barraclough , Professor of Mediaeval History in the University of Liverpool
This question was first raised on August 1 by tonight's speaker, who now gives a shortened version of his talk. Tomorrow at 7.45 the subject will be discussed by Professor Hugh Last; on Wednesday, by Professor
A, P. d'Entreves; and on Thursday, by Professor Arnold Toynbee. All four speakers will take part in a discussion on November 3, at 6.15

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Barraclough

: Shakespeare's Historical Plays: King Richard II

Arranged for broadcasting and introduced by M.R. Ridley
[Starring] David King-Wood, Leon Quartermaine, Baliol Holloway, and Lewis Casson
Fanfares and Incidental music composed and directed by Antony Hopkins
Produced by Val Gielgud
The play will be broadcast in two parts. During the interval (between 8.50 and 9.5 app.) gramophone records of Elgar's Overture 'Froissart,' conducted by the composer, will be played

Contributors

Introduced By: M. R. Ridley
Introduced By: David King-Wood
Introduced By: Leon Quartermaine
Unknown: Baliol Holloway
Unknown: Lewis Casson
Directed By: Antony Hopkins
Produced By: Val Gielgud
King Richard II: David King-Wood
Uncles to the King: John of Gaunt. Duke of Lancaster: Baliol Holloway
Edmund of Langley, Duke of York: Lewis Casson
Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Hereford (afterwards King Henry IV): Leon Quartermaine
Duke of Aumerle: David Tree
Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk: Hugh Manning
Earl of Salisbury: Richard Scott
Lord Berkeley: Richard Williams
Servants to King Richard - Bushy: Lionel Stevens
Servants to King Richard - Bagot: Charles Lefeaux
Servants to King Richard - Green: John Barron
Earl of Northumberland: Laidman Browne
Henry Percy (Hotspur): Peter Mullins
Lord Ross: Philip Knox
Lord Willoughby: Felix Irwin
Bishop of Carlisle: Peter Creswell
Abbot of Westminster: Arthur Keane
Sir Stephen Scroop: Roger Delgado
Sir Pierce of Exton: Leonard Sachs
Queen Isabella: Rachel Gurney
A lady: Claire Bloom
Duchesa of York: Susan Richards
Gardeners: Harry Hutchinson
Gardeners: Basil Jones
Keeper: Licnel Stevens
Groom: Harry Cooper
Narrator: Duncan Carse

: THE NEW ITALIAN QUARTET

Paolo Borciani (violin)
Elisa Pegreffi (violin)
Piero Farulli (viola)
Franco Rossi (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Paolo Borciani
Violin: Elisa Pegreffi
Viola: Piero Farulli
Cello: Franco Rossi








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