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: HUMMEL and DUSSEK

Patrick Piggott (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Patrick Piggott

: HUGH MacDIARMID

A selection of his poetry
Read by James McKechnie Dermot Cathie , Molly Weir
Production by D. G. Bridson

Contributors

Read By: James McKechnie
Read By: Dermot Cathie
Read By: Molly Weir
Production By: D. G. Bridson

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

New London Orchestra (Leader, Leonard Hirsch )
Conductor, Alec Sherman

Contributors

Leader: Leonard Hirsch
Conductor: Alec Sherman

: RECORDED IN NEW YORK

A talk by Henry Steele Commager ,
Professor of History at Columbia University

Contributors

Talk By: Henry Steele Commager

: FAURE

Janine Micheau (soprano)
Frederick Stone (accompanist)
Robert Masters Piano Quartet:
Robert Masters (violin) Nannie Jamieson (viola)
Muriel Taylor (cello)
Kinloch Anderson (piano)
Songs:
Notre amour: En priere; Chanson d'amour: Soir; Clair de lune; La rose; Toujours (Poeme d'un jour); Adieu (Poeme d'un jour)
Quartet in C minor, Op. 15

Contributors

Soprano: Janine Micheau
Accompanist: Frederick Stone
Viola: Nannie Jamieson
Cello: Muriel Taylor
Piano: Kinloch Anderson

: THE SUGAR BRIDGE

Talk by Professor L. B. Namier
Reviewing ' A West-India Fortune by Richard Pares , Professor Namier examines the social and economic links between the West Country and the West Indies established in the eighteenth century through the sugar trade. The speaker is Professor of Modern History in the University of Manchester.

Contributors

Talk By: Professor L. B. Namier
Unknown: Richard Pares

: Maurice Denham Peter Coke and Joyce Heron in 'SIR MARTIN MARR-ALL'

by John Dryden after Moliere's
'L'Etourdi '
Adapted for broadcasting by Ronald Simpson and Felix Felton
Produced by Wilfrid Grantham and
Diana Poulton (lute) Sir Martin's Serenade composed by Norman Demuth and sung by Eric Anderson

Contributors

Unknown: John Dryden
Broadcasting By: Ronald Simpson
Broadcasting By: Felix Felton
Produced By: Wilfrid Grantham
Unknown: Diana Poulton
Unknown: Sir Martin'S
Composed By: Norman Demuth
Sung By: Eric Anderson
Lord Dartmouth: Roger Delgado
Mr Moody: Norman Shelley
Sir Martin Marr-all: Maurice Denham
Warner: Peter Coke
Sir John Swallow: Hamilton Dyce
Lady Dupe: Ella Milne
Mistress Christian: Violet Loxley
Rose: Peggy Cameron
Landlord: Malcolm Graeme
Bailiffs and messengers: David Kossoff
Bailiffs and messengers: Ronald Sidney
Mistress Millicent: Joyce Heron

: MUSIC OF THE RENAISSANCE

London Chamber Singers
Conductor, Anthony Bernard
London Consort of Viols:
Harry Danks (treble viol)
Stanley Wootton (treble viol)
Jacqueline Townshend (tenor viol)
Henry Revell (bass viol)
Robert Donington (bass viol)

Contributors

Conductor: Anthony Bernard
Unknown: Harry Danks
Unknown: Stanley Wootton
Tenor: Jacqueline Townshend
Bass: Henry Revell

: CHINA'S NEW EVANGELISTS

Talk by Richard Harris , who has recently returned from a three years' stay in China

Contributors

Talk By: Richard Harris








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