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: ADALBERT STIFTRR 1805-1868

Talk on the Austrian novelist by Dr. Bruno Adler
(Read by Leslie Stokes )
Famous in his lifetime, Stifter was soon forgotten and only re-discovered In German-speaking countries in the last two decades. A countryman of Rilke and Kafka, he has many links with both.

Contributors

Unknown: Bruno Adler
Read By: Leslie Stokes

: BACH

Concerto in C minor played by Else Marie Bruun (violin) Waldemar Wolsing (oboe)
Chamber Orchestra
Conducted by Mogens Woldike on. gramophone records

Contributors

Violin: Marie Bruun
Oboe: Waldemar Wolsing
Conducted By: Mogens Woldike

: ‘ DARK VIEWS OF LIFE '

A sermon preached by Dean Liddon in St. Paul's Cathedral on the Sunday after Christmas, 1877
Read by Christopher Hassall

Contributors

Unknown: Dean Liddon
Read By: Christopher Hassall

: MOZART

Divertimento in E flat (K.563) played by the London String Trio:
Maria Lidka (vio)in) Watson Forbes (viola)
Vivian Joseph (cello)

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Lidka
Viola: Watson Forbes
Cello: Vivian Joseph

: POETRY AND POLITICS

An examination of the poetry of the 1930s, by Julian Symons
Reader: Michael Forbes

Contributors

Reader: Julian Symons
Reader: Michael Forbes

: ALBENIZ Iberia, Book 4

Malaga; Jerez; Eritana played by Iris Loveridge (piano)
Third of four programmes of Spanish piano music

Contributors

Piano: Iris Loveridge

: ' DUCDAME '

An Anatomy of Folly
Also nt to be called
' Time Out of Mind '
Written by Terence Tiller
Music composed and arranged by Roy Douglas
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
A Fantasy of Fools: Ian Catford, Vivienne Chatterton , Tom Clarkson , Patience Collier, Carleton Hobbs. J. Hubert Leslie , Basil Jones , Joyce Latham , Geryk Schjelderup , Douglas Seale , John Slater , and Gladys Young

Contributors

Written By: Terence Tiller
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Vivienne Chatterton
Unknown: Tom Clarkson
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs.
Unknown: J. Hubert Leslie
Unknown: Basil Jones
Unknown: Joyce Latham
Unknown: Geryk Schjelderup
Unknown: Douglas Seale
Unknown: John Slater
Unknown: Gladys Young
The Fooltaker: Francis de Wolff
Erasmus: Robert Farquharson

: A performance in Czech of 'KATA KABANOVA'

An opera in three acts and six scenes
Libretto by V. Cervinka (after Ostrowski's drama ' The Storm ')
Music by Leos Janacek
(Continued in next column)
Chorus and Orchestra of Brno Opera
Conductor, Bretislav Bakala
(Recording made available to the BBC

Contributors

Unknown: V. Cervinka
Music By: Leos Janacek
Conductor: Bretislav Bakala
Dikoj, a merchant: Jaroslav Hromadka
Boris, his nephew: Josef Valka
Marfa Kabanova, a rich widow: Marie Reznickova
Tichon Kabanov, her son: Burja Burian
Katerina (Kata), his wife: Emilie Zachardova
Kurdjas (teacher, chemist, and mechanic): Antonin Pelc
Barbara, foster-daughter in Kabanov's house: Sona Spurna
Kuligin, Kudrjas's friend: Vlastimil Sima
Glasa, a servant: Karla Voznicova-Dymova
Feklus, a servant: Rita Bebarova

: The Character and Private Life of EDMUND BURKE

Talk by Sir Philip Magnus , biographer of Burke, who was the first to use his private papers

Contributors

Talk By: Sir Philip Magnus

: KATA KABANOVA'

Act 2
11.20 Interlude
11.30 Act 3








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