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: SIXTY YEARS OF BOOK COLLECTING

by Isaac Foot ?
In a lifetime devoted to many interests the Rt. Hon, Isaac Foot has been a notable collector of books. His 30,000 volumes housed in his home in Cornwall-he has given another 10,000 away-include a remarkable collection of Greek New Testaments and complete first editions of world-famous authors. In this talk Mr. Foot reflects on his experiences as a book collector and tells the story of how his library was built up.

Contributors

Unknown: Isaac Foot
Unknown: Isaac Foot

: ANDREA AND GIOVANNI GABRIELI

BBC Midland Chorus
An Instrumental Ensemble
George Miles (organ)
Conducted by James Denny
Programme devised by Thurston Dart
Last of a series of three programmes

Contributors

Conducted By: James Denny
Unknown: Thurston Dart

: ' IN GOOD KING CHARLES'S GOLDEN DAYS'

A history lesson by Bernard Shaw
Time: 1680
Act 1
Isaac Newton's library In Cambridge
Act 2
The boudoir of Catherine of Braganza in Newmarket
Produced by Peter Watts

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Produced By: Peter Watts
Mrs Basham, Newton's housekeeper: Elsa Palmer
Sally, the maid: Patience Collier
Isaac Newton: Cecil Trouncer
George Fox, the Quaker: Howard Rose
King Charles II: Abraham Sofaer
Nell Gwynn: Betty Warren
Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland: Margaret Diamond
Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth: Joan Hart
James, Duke of York: James Calrncross
Godfrey Kneller: Gerlk Schjelderup
Queen Catherine of Braganza: Dorothy Green
Narrator: Harry Hutchinson

: CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA

Conductor, Eduard van Beinum
(The recorded broadcast of August 6)
Part 1

Contributors

Conductor: Eduard van Beinum

: IMMORTALITY AND SURVIVAL

Professor D. M. MacKinnon comments on Stuart Hampshire's broadcast of last night

Contributors

Unknown: Professor D. M. MacKinnon

: 'THE FAITHFUL SHEPHERDESS'

A selection from the play by John Fletcher
Arranged for broadcasting by Glynne Wickham
Produced by Frank Hauser

Contributors

Play By: John Fletcher
Broadcasting By: Glynne Wickham
Produced By: Frank Hauser
Perigot: David King-Wood
Thenot: Michael Godley
Daphnls: Douglas Leach
Alexis: Basil Jones
Sullen Shepherd: Hugh Manning
Priest: Donald Gray
God of the River: Raf de la Torre
Clorin: Joan Hart
Amoret: Pauline Letts
Amarillis: Catherine Campbell
Cloe: Jill Balcon
Narrator: Glynne Wickham








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