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: SAMUEL BARBER

Cello Concerto played by Zara Nelsova (cello)
The New Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by the composer on gramophone records

Contributors

Cello: Zara Nelsova

: From the Court Theatre-2 Robert Eddison and Gladys Young in ' THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL'

by St. John Hankin
Arranged for broadcasting by Howieson Culff
Production by Archie Campbell
Three of the plays produced at the Court Theatre, London, during 1904-7 under the Vedrenne-Barker management are being presented in the Third Programme this month. Maeterlinck's ' Aglavaine and Selysette ' (broadcast last week) had six Court performances late in 1904; Hankin's ' The Return of the Prodigal,' nineteen performances in 1905 and 1907; and Granville-Barker's ' The Voysey Inheritance ' (to be broadcast on July 27 and 28), thirty-four performances in 1905 and 1906. Howieson Culff writes about ' The Return of the Prodigal' on page 4

Contributors

Unknown: John Hankin
Broadcasting By: Howieson Culff
Production By: Archie Campbell
Production By: Howieson Culff
Narrator: Antony Kearey
Samuel Jackson: Felix Felton
Maria, his wife: Elsa Palmer
Henry, their elder son: Howieson Culff
Eustace, their younger son: Robert Eddison
Violet, their daughter: Rachel Kempson
Raines, their butler: Antony Kearey
Thomas, their footman: Nicholas Parsons
Sir John Faringford, Bt: Eric Maturin
Lady Faringford: Gladys Young
Stella, their daughter: Cherry Cottrell
Doctor Glaisher: Lloyd Pearson
The Rev Cyril Pratt: John Turnbull
Mrs Pratt: Nancy Nevinson

: RECITAL

Kathleen Ferrier (contralto)
Peter Pears (tenor)
Benjamin Britten (piano)

Contributors

Contralto: Kathleen Ferrier
Tenor: Peter Pears
Piano: Benjamin Britten

: PARTNERSHIP IN AFRICA

The prospects of racial co-operation
Cultures in Transition by Hilda Kuper, Ph.D.
Dr. Kuper examines, as an anthropologist, some of the difficulties of cultural and personal adjustment that have to be considered before the concept of 'partnership' can be clarified.

Contributors

Unknown: Hilda Kuper, Ph.D.

: LISZT and BARTOK

Bela Siki (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Bela Siki

: REYNARD THE FOX'

An abridged version of the poem by John Masefield
Read by Edward Chapman
Part 1
The Hunt meets at ' The Cock and Pye,' moves off, draws Ghost Heath Wood, and finds; The Fox; The Ghost Heath run begins, and proves too much for some of the hunters.

Contributors

Unknown: John Masefield
Read By: Edward Chapman

: VICTORIA

Antiphons to the Magnificat:
Hie vir; Gaudent in coelis; Ecce sacerdos magnus; Vent sponsa Christi; 0 quam gloriosum
Anthem: Salve Regina Motet: Ave Maria sung by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral
Conductor, George Malcolm

Contributors

Unknown: Ave Maria
Conductor: George Malcolm

: ANGLICAN HISTORIANS

Talk by the Rev. Charles Smyth
Rector of St. Margaret's and Canon of Westminster
Canon Smyth's talk is based on the essay published by Duncan Forbes on The Liberal Anglican Idea of History.'
(The recorded broadcast of July 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Charles Smyth
Unknown: Duncan Forbes

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