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: THE SPEAKING OF POETRY

Four illustrated talks by George Rylands
4-' Heard but not seen '
This talk is illustrated with readings by T. S. Eliot , C. Day Lewis, and Stephen Murray.

Contributors

Unknown: George Rylands
Unknown: T. S. Eliot
Unknown: Stephen Murray.

: CONCERT OF CHAMBER MUSIC

London Symphony Orchestra
Chamber Ensemble

: BEHIND THE NEW DYKES

A programme of the living folk music of Holland
Compiled from recordings made by Mrs. Will D. Schepers , and presented by Jaap Kunst
Produced by Alan Lomax

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Will D. Schepers
Presented By: Jaap Kunst
Produced By: Alan Lomax

: KHACHATURIAN.

Violin Concerto played by David Oistrakh (violin)
U.S.S.R. State Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by A. V. Hauk on gramophone records

Contributors

Violin: David Oistrakh
Conducted By: A. V. Hauk

: LOVE, POWER AND JUSTICE

by Professor Paul Tillich of the Union Theological Seminary
New York
Professor Tillich recently visited this country to give a series of lectures at Nottingham University, and this talk is based on ideas from these lectures. He discusses the meaning of the concepts of love, power, and justice from the point of view that they all have their roots in the depth of ultimate reality. He believes that it is impossible to think about them fruitfully without thinking about their sources in the nature of man and beyond this in the nature of life itself.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Paul Tillich

: SCHUBERT

Piano Sonata in B flat
(Op. posth.)
Molto moderato: Andante sostenuto;
Scherzo; Allegro ma non troppo played by Myra Hess

Contributors

Played By: Myra Hess

: The Women of Troy

by Euripides
An English version by Philip Vellacott
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by Raymond Raikes
Music composed and conducted by John Hotchkis
[Starring] Sybil Thorndike
Characters in order of speaking:
Chorus of captive women of Troy: spoken by Joan Hart, Denise Bryer, Gladys Spencer, Miriam Karlin, Nancy Nevinson, Thelma Hughes, Susan Richards, Virginia Winter: with singers from the Sadler's Wells Chorus (chorus-master, Marcus Dods)
Greek soldiers and camp guards:
Geoffrey Bond, John Cazabon, Garard Green, Norman Mitchell, and Aubrey Richards
(Dame Sybil Thorndike is appearing in 'Waters of the Moon' at the Haymarket
Theatre; Miriam Karlin , in 'Women of Twilight' at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London; members of the Sadler's Wells Chorus broadcast by permission of the Governors of Sadler's Wells)
Philip Vellacott writes on page 7
10.45 app. Excerpts from the Greek text
Readers:
Dame Sybil Thorndike; Heather Brown: of the Francis Holland School, Westminster; Elsa Verghis: of the Greek National Theatre, Athens
Programme compiled and introduced by Philip Vellacott

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Vellacott
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Conducted By: John Hotchkis
Spoken By: Joan Hart
Spoken By: Denise Bryer
Spoken By: Gladys Spencer
Spoken By: Miriam Karlin
Spoken By: Nancy Nevinson
Spoken By: Thelma Hughes
Chorus-Master: Marcus Dods
Unknown: Geoffrey Bond
Unknown: John Cazabon
Unknown: Garard Green
Unknown: Norman Mitchell
Unknown: Aubrey Richards
Unknown: Dame Sybil Thorndike
Unknown: Miriam Karlin
Unknown: Philip Vellacott
Readers: Dame Sybil Thorndike
Readers: Heather Brown
Unknown: Westminster Elsa Verghis
Introduced By: Philip Vellacott
The God Poseidon: Ralph Truman
The Goddess Athene: Audrey Mendes
Hecuba, Queen of Troy, wife of Priam, mother of Hector andParis: Sybil Thorndike
Talthybius the Greekherald: Deryck Guyler
Cassandra, daughter of Hecuba,priestess ofApollo: Marjorie Westbury
Andromache, wife of Hector of Troy: Rachel Gurney
Menelaus, leader (withAgamemnonof the Greek army...: Anthony Jacobs
Helen of Troy, wife of Menelaus: Margaret Rawlings

: THOMAS TALLIS

Brian Dawswell (boy soprano)
The Cecilian Quartet:
Joyce Gow (soprano)
Silvia Beamish (contralto)
Lyndon Vanderpump (tenor)
James Atkins (bass) v The Renaissance Singers
Conductor, Michael Howard
The London Consort of Viols:
Harry Danks (treble viol)
Desmond DuprS (tenor viol)
Jacqueline Townshend (tenor viol)
Henry Revell (bass viol)
Choir: Respond, Loquebantur variis
Unguis
Viols: Two In Nomines a 4 Choir: Hymn, Jesu salvator saecuH Harpsichord: Felix namque
Choir: Miserere nostri, Domine
Singers: Like as the doleful dove;
When shall my sorrowful sighing
Soprano and viols: Ye sacred muses
(Elegy on the death of Tallia) (Byrd)

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Dawswell
Soprano: Joyce Gow
Contralto: Silvia Beamish
Tenor: Lyndon Vanderpump
Bass: James Atkins
Conductor: Michael Howard
Unknown: Harry Danks
Tenor: Desmond Duprs
Tenor: Jacqueline Townshend
Bass: Henry Revell

: PHILOSOPHY OF ISLAM

Talk by Alfred Guillaume

Contributors

Talk By: Alfred Guillaume








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