Play by Albert Camus
Translated by Stuart Gilbert
Also taking part are Edward Forsyth and Harry Hutchinson
Music composed by Leslie Bridgewater
The play arranged for broadcasting and produced by Noel Illff
Caesonia his mistress:
The old patrician:
Lionel Robbins and W. J. Hinton
Lionel Robbins is Professor of Economics. University of London. W. J. Hinton , Director of Studies, the Institute of Bankers, has just returned from a tour of the U.S.A.
Jacques String Orchestra
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Concerto Grosso (Op. 3, No. 11) Andante for strings Finale in G minor
Sinfonia in. B minor Sinfonia in C
Second of four concerts of music by Vivaldi, devised by Marc. Pincherle
A series of ten readings from the English translation by Rene Hague
8-Charles finds the body of Roland. The arums of Charles and'the pagans prepare for battle
Reader, Hallam Fordhain
Music composed by Antony Hopkins
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