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: 'THE BRITISH IN INDIA'

4—* Literature by B. Rajan
Dr. Rajan discusses the influence of Indian mystic philosophy and Indian writings on some contemporary English poets, and examines the origins of this influence
Nert talk in the series: November 17

Contributors

Unknown: B. Rajan

: CONTEMPORARY CELLO SONATAS

played by Enrico Mainardi (cello) and Renata Borgatti (piano)
Further recitals in this series: November 15 and 18

Contributors

Cello: Enrico Mainardi
Cello: Renata Borgatti

: Stephen Murray with Geoffrey Keen in 'THE FIELD OF KINGS'

Translated by Jonathan Griffin from ' La Course des Rois ' by Thierry Maulnier
Adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe and Val Gielgud
Produced by Val Gielgud

Contributors

Translated By: Jonathan Griffin
Unknown: Thierry Maulnier
Broadcasting By: Cynthia Pughe
Broadcasting By: Val Gielgud
Produced By: Val Gielgud
The Architect: Andrew Churchman
Milon: Andrew Faulds
Agathocrates: Malcolm Hayes
The Arcadian: Olaf Olsen
Glaucos: Hugh Manning
Myrtilos, the King's charioteer: Geoffrey Keen
Diotima: Jenny Laird
Hippodamia, daughter to Oenomaos: Edith Nicholls
Procles: Anthony Jacobs
Oenomaos, King of Elis: Stephen Murray
Pelops: Alan Cuthbertson

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Philharmonia Orchestra (Leader, Thomas Carter )
Conducted by Constant Lambert

Contributors

Leader: Thomas Carter

: 'THE END OF A WAR'

A poem in three parts by Herbert Read
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Part 1 (November 10, 1918):
Part 2 (November 10, 1918):
Part 3 (November 11, 1918):and Julian Orde

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Read
Produced By: Rayner Heppenstall
Unknown: Julian Orde
Argument: Anthony Jacobs
Meditation of the dying German officer: William Devlin
Meditation of the waking English officer: James McKechnie








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