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: THE BRITISH IN INDIA

5— ' India and Imperial Strategy by General Sir William Slim ,
G.B.E., D.S.O.
General Slim discusses how the possession of India has influenced our nperial strategy

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Slim

: MAHLER

Symphony No. 2, in C minor
(Resurrection)
Corinne Frank Bowen (soprano)
Ann O'Malley Gallogy (contralto)
Twin City Chorus
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and organ
Conductor, Eugene Ormandy on gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano: Corinne Frank Bowen
Contralto: Ann O'Malley Gallogy
Conductor: Eugene Ormandy

: SHAKESPEARE'S HISTORICAL PLAYS

Arranged for broadcasting and introduced by M. R. Ridley
Sebastian Shaw in ' KING HENRY V'
Other parts played by George Owen. Andrew Faulds , and Ronald Sidney
Fanfares and incidental music composed and directed by Antony Hopkins
Produced by Howard Rose
The play will be broadcast in two parts with an interlude of music (between 8.30-8.40 app.)

Contributors

Introduced By: M. R. Ridley
Introduced By: Sebastian Shaw
Played By: George Owen.
Played By: Andrew Faulds
Played By: Ronald Sidney
Directed By: Antony Hopkins
Produced By: Howard Rose
King Henry V: Sebastian Shaw
Duke of Gloucester, his brother: John Wyndham
Duke of Exeter, his uncle: Howieson Culff
Earl of Salisbury: Donald Gray
Earl of Westmoreland: Charles Mortimer
Officers in King Henry's army:Sir Thomas Erpingham: Eric Maxon
Captain Gower: Felix Deebank
Captain Fluellen: Roddy Hughes
Captain Macmorris: Harry Hutchinson
Captain Jamy: Anthony Dawson
English soldiers: Bates: George Manship
English soldiers: Court: Anthony Oliver
English soldiers: Williams: Stanley Groome
Mistress Pistol: Vivienne Chatterton
Pistol: George Hayes
Nym: Anthony Oliver
Bardolph: David Duncan
Falstaff's boy: David Stringer
Charles VI, King of France: Charles Lefeaux
The Dauphin, his son: Nugent Marshall
Katharine, his daughter: Olive Gregg
Alice, her attendant: Gladys Spencer
Constable of France W E: Hol Owav
Duke of Burgundy: E Holloway
Rambures Raf de: La Torre
Duke of Bourbon: Geoffrey Steele
Montjoy, a French herald: Leonard Sachs
Choi us: Roderick Lovell
Narrator: Duncan Carse

: THEO HERMANN

(bass) with Frederick Stone (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Frederick Stone

: ' WE BEG TO DIFFER'

A Plea for European Free Trade
Leonard Ingrams discusses the Marshall Plan and the factors governing its acceptance, and suggests as his solution of the European crisis a return to Free Trade between the sixteen countries represented at Paris

: 'BIRD SONG IN NOVEMBER'

Ralph Whitlock introduces some recordings of birds that may be seen or heard this month
Produced by Desmond Hawkins

Contributors

Introduces: Ralph Whitlock
Produced By: Desmond Hawkins








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