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: Joan Miller and Robert Eddison in ' THE JUST'

(' Les Justes ') by Albert Camus
Translated by Lucienne Hill
Adaptation and production by E. J. King Bull
The action of the play takes place in Moscow during February 1905

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Camus
Translated By: Lucienne Hill
Production By: E. J. King Bull
Dora Doulebov: Joan Miller
Ivan Kaliayev: Robert Edditon
Boris Annenkov: James McKechnie
Stepan Fedorov: Peter Finch
Alexis Voinov: Tom Clarkson
Skouratov: Michael Hordern
The Archduchess: Lydia Sherwood
Foka: Eric Lugg
A warder: Stantey Groome

: RUBBRA

Missa Cantuariensis sung by the Choir of Canterbury Cathedral
Conductor, Gerald Knight
From Canterbury Cathedral

: THE MAN OF DECEMBER

A talk by A. J. P. Taylor to mark the centenary of Louis Napoleon 's coup d'6tat on December 2, 1851

Contributors

Talk By: A. J. P. Taylor
Unknown: Louis Napoleon

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Dorothy Boni (soprano)
The Leighton Lucas Orchestra
(Leader, Ronald Good)
Conductor, Leighton Lucas
(Continued in next column)
Maurice Thiriet is a Parisian composer who has achieved considerable success with music in the lighter vein. His ballet L'Oeuf a la Coque (The Boiled Egg) was written for the Ballets de Paris de Roland Petit, who gave the first production of it during their visit to this country in 1949. The movements of the suite are: Prilude, Les ramoneurs, Danse incantaioire de /'œul, Blues de la poule noire, Valse-Séducrion, Boite a musique, Danse des poules et des marmitons. Deryck Cook *

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Boni
Leader: Ronald Good)
Conductor: Leighton Lucas
Unknown: Deryck Cook

: LOUIS NAPOLEON'S COUP D'ETAT

Extracts from a letter to The
Times, December 1851, by Alexis de Tocqueville
Read by Pierre Lefevre

Contributors

Read By: Pierre Lefevre

: CHAMBER MUSIC

The Basil Lam
Sonata Ensemble:
Richard Adeney (flute) Jorgen Laulund (violin) Patrick Halling (violin)
Terence Well (cello)
Basil Lam (harpsichord)
First of three programmes of rhamber music of the 17th and 18th centuries

Contributors

Flute: Richard Adeney
Violin: Jorgen Laulund
Violin: Patrick Halling
Cello: Terence Well
Harpsichord: Basil Lam

: THE COINAGE OF PROPAGANDA

Talk by Michael Grant , Professor of Humanity at Edinburgh University
The speaker describes how the rulers of the Roman Empire made skilful use of their coinage for official propaganda. Study of the many coins issued for this purpote. he suggests, is an important source of information for the classical historian about the administrative abilities of the Roman
Emperors.

Contributors

Talk By: Michael Grant

: FAURE

La Bonne Chanson
Op. 61
Une sainte en son auréole; Puisque l'aube grandit; La lune blanche; J'allais par des chemins perfides; J'ai presque peur, en vérité; Avant que tu ne t'en ailles: Done, ce sera par un clair jour d'été; N'est-ce pas?; L'hiver a cessé sung by Camille Maurane (baritone) with Ernest Lush (piano)

Contributors

Baritone: Camille Maurane
Piano: Ernest Lush

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