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: Arnold Bax

Sonata for viola and piano played by Watson Forbes (viola)
Alan Richardson (piano)

Contributors

Viola: Watson Forbes
Piano: Alan Richardson

: 'THE SEAGULL'

by Anton Chekhov
Adapted for broadcasting by Barbara Burnham from the translation by George Calderon
Produced by E. J. King Bull

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Chekhov
Broadcasting By: Barbara Burnham
Translation By: George Calderon
Produced By: E. J. King
Irina Arkadina, an actress: Joan Swinstead
Peter Sorin her brother: Leon Quartermaine
Constantine Treplieff, her son: Anthony Jacobs
Nina Zarietchnaya, daughter of a rich landowner: Claire Bloom
Ilia Shamraeff, manager of Sorin's estate: Cecil Trouncer
Pautina, his wife: Joan Matheson
Masha, their daughter: Betty Baskcomb
Eugene Dorn, doctor: Nigel Fitzgerald
Simon Medviedenko schoolmaster: Tom Clarkson
Boris Trigorin author: Francis Lister

: SOLER

Six Sonatas
played by Rena Kyriakou (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Rena Kyriakou

: 40,000 YEARS OF MODERN ART

A programme on the occasion of this exhibition, organised by the Institute of Contemporary Arts, at present being held in London

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Leon Goossens (oboe)
Philharmonia Orchestra
(Leader, Leonard Hirsch )
Conducted by Eugene Goossens
Part 1

Contributors

Oboe: Leon Goossens
Leader: Leonard Hirsch
Conducted By: Eugene Goossens

: UNICORNS AND THEIR USES

by Jonathan Curling
A talk on the importance of the unicorn in the bestiary of classical and medieval myth, as well as its more practical contribution to medicine and magic

: POLICE AND PUBLIC

H. M. Howgrave-Graham , who was for nearly twenty years Secretary of Scotland Yard, analyses the relations of police and public
He claims that the British police system has managed to combine discipline and efficiency without sacrificing a democratic sanction derived from the people

Contributors

Unknown: H. M. Howgrave-Graham

: BEETHOVEN

Quartet in C minor, Op. 18 No. 4 played by the Martin String Quartet
Fourth of a series of programmes in which all Beethoven's string quartets are to be played.'

: DEBUSSY

La Damoiselle élue
Odette Ricquier (soprano)
Jeanne Guyla (soprano)
Chorus of women's voices from the Chorale St. Gervais
Pasdeloup Orchestra
Conducted by Piero Coppoia on gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano: Odette Ricquier
Soprano: Jeanne Guyla
Conducted By: Piero Coppoia








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