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: ROBERT FAYRFAX

Mass, 0 bone Jesu
Credo and Agnus Del
. sung by the Schola Polyphonlca
Director, Henry Washington
Last of six programmes devised by Dom Anselm Hughes. o.S.B.

Contributors

Unknown: Agnus Del
Unknown: Henry Washington
Unknown: Dom Anselm Hughes.

: VICARAGE PLANTS

Geoffrey Grigson talks about the typical inhabitants of the nineteenth-century garden and their history and survival

Contributors

Talks: Geoffrey Grigson

: John Gielgud in 'HAMLET'

by William Shakespeare
and Narrator, Duncan Carse
Production by John Richmond
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 26)
Scene: Denmark
Parti

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Narrator: Duncan Carse
Production By: John Richmond
Gentlemen of the guard:Bernardo: Richard Williams
Francisco: Stanley Groome
Horatio, Hamlet's friend: Sebastian Shaw
Marcellus, officer of the royal guard: Anthony Jacobs
Claudius, King of Denmark, brother of the late King: Andrew Cruickshank
Voltlmand, a courtier: Hugh Manning
Laertes son of Polonius: Hugh Burden
Polonius, chief of theKing's counsellors.: Ballol Holloway
Hamlet, son of the late, and nephew of the present King: John Gielgud
Gertrude, Queen of Denmark, Hamlet' mother.: Marian Spencer
Ophelia, daughter of Polonlus: Celia Johnson
Ghost of the late King: Leon Quartermaine
Reynoldo: Frank Atkinson
Rosencrantz: Bryan Coleman
Guildenstern: John Chandos
First player: Hugh Griffith
Player queen: Denise Bryer
Fortinbras, prince of Norway: Andrew Faulds
A captain of the Norwegian army: Denis McCarthy
Gravediggers: Charles Leno
Gravediggers: Preston Lockwood
A priest: Arthur Ridley
Osrlc, a ' fantastic: Esmé Percy
A gentleman: Alastair Duncan
Ambassador from England: Victor Lucas

: BACH

Toccata and Fugue In D minor played by Marcelle Meyer (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Played By: Marcelle Meyer

: STRAVINSKY

Symphonic Poem,
Le Chant du Rossignol played by the BBC Northern Orchestra
Conductor, Charles Groves

Contributors

Conductor: Charles Groves

: DVORAK

Piano Trio in E minor, Op. 90
(Dumky) played by the Trio dl Trieste:
Renato Zanettovich (violin)
Libero Lana (cello)
Dario de Rosa (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Renato Zanettovich
Cello: Libero Lana
Piano: Dario de Rosa

: THE NEW SCIENCE

Stuart Hampshire, Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, talks about the philosophy of Vico








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