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: Godfrey Tearle and Pamela Brown with Howard Marion-Crawford and William Squire in 'ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA'

by William Shakespeare Together with passages from
Korth's translation of Plutarch's Lives
Adapted for radio and produced by Frank Hauser
The Egyptians:
Antony's Faction:
_ (Continued in next column)
Caesar's Faction:
During the broadcast of Antony and Cleopatra there wiU be a ten-minute interval, beginning at 7.0 approx., when the following will be broadcast:
Beethoven
Duet with two obbligato eyeglasses played by William Primrose (viola) and Emanuel Feuermann (cello) on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Produced By: Frank Hauser
Played By: William Primrose
Played By: Emanuel Feuermann
Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt: Pamela Brown
Her attendants: Chairmian: Peggy Bryan
Her attendants: Iras: Denise Bryer
Her servants: Mardian a eunuch: Robert Rietty
Her servants Alexas: Derek Birch
Second messenger: Hugh Manning
Soothsayer: Frank Duncan
Clown: Franklyn Bellamy
Mark Antony: Godfrey Tearle
Enobarbus: Howard Marion-Crawford
Phllo: Laidman Browne
Euphroniue: Russell Napier
Canidius: Allan Cuthbertson
First messenger: James Condon
Ventldius: Richard Williams
Eros: James Kenney
Silius: James Condon
Soldiers:: Richard Williams
Soldiers:: Ewan Roberts
Soldiers:: Dudley Jones
Soldiers:: Franklyn Bellamy
Octiavius Caesar: William Squire
Octavia his sister: Brenda Dunrich
Lepidus: John Turnbull
Maecenas: Bruce Belfrage
Agrippa: Harold Young
Dodabella: Frank Duncan
Thyreus: Dudley Jones
Proculeius: Ewan Roberts
Varrius: Dudley Jones
Guards:: Allan Cuthbertson
Guards:: Derek Birch
Guards:: James Condon
Pompey: Alastair Dunoan
Menas: Oliver Burt
Narrator: Russell Napier

: L'ALLEGRO ED IL PENSIEROSO'

Words by Milton
Music by Handel
(edited by Norman Stone )
Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano)
Margaret Ritchie (soprano)
Betty Bannerman
(mezzo-soprano)
William Henbert (tenor)
William Parsons (bass)
BBC Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
Boris Ord (harpsichord)
Geraint Jones (organ)
Phdlharmonia Orchestra
(Leader. Manoug Parikian)
Conducted by Constant Lambert
See also tomorrow at 7.35
Part 1

Contributors

Edited By: Norman Stone
Soprano: Margaret Field-Hyde
Soprano: Margaret Ritchie
Mezzo-Soprano: Betty Bannerman
Tenor: William Henbert
Bass: William Parsons
Chorus-Master: Leslie Woodgate
Harpsichord: Boris Ord
Harpsichord: Geraint Jones
Conducted By: Constant Lambert

: PROSPECT

A monthly review of current questions in architecture
Festival Architecture
Talk by J. M. Richards on the South Bank architecture for 1951

Contributors

Talk By: J. M. Richards

: AMERICA IN TENNESSEE

Talk by Dona Salmon

Contributors

Talk By: Dona Salmon

: DUKAS

Piano Sonata in E flat minor played by Emile Passani

Contributors

Played By: Emile Passani

: 'THE LIFE AMD TIMES OF PO CHU-I'

W. A. C. H. Dobson Lecturer In Chinese to the University of Oxford, reviews the recent book by Arthur Waley on the Chinese poet who lived A.D. 772-846
(The recorded broadcast of May 16)

Contributors

Unknown: C. H. Dobson
Book By: Arthur Waley

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