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: Der Weltschopfungsgedanke

Talk by Karl Jaspers, Professor of Philosophy at Basle University
(in German)
(Recording made available by courtesy of Schweizerische Rundspruch-Gesellschaft, Basle. Previously broadcast on June 28)


Speaker: Karl Jaspers


The names of those taking part in this concert are as printed yesterday at S.55 p.m. in the Third Programme
Part 1


Talk by H. S. Pickering
'Bigots in honour like those in religion fear the eye of the world more than the eye of heaven.' In pursuing the subject of honour as a theme in Knghsh drama H. S. Pickering considers Wycherley as moralist.


Talk By: H. S. Pickering
Unknown: H. S. Pickering


(Concert continued)


by William Shakespeare Arranged for broadcasting by M. R. Ridley
Produced by Howard Rose
(Continued in next column)
Other parts played by George Owen , Andrew Faulds and Ronald Sidney
Fanfares and incidental'music composed and directed by Antony Hopkins
During the interval in the performance of 'Henry V' (9.30-9.40 app.):
Portuguese and Italian Dances
(c. 1500) played by the Vielle Trio on gramophone records


Unknown: William Shakespeare
Broadcasting By: M. R. Ridley
Produced By: Howard Rose
Played By: George Owen
Played By: Andrew Faulds
Played By: Ronald Sidney
Directed By: Antony Hopkins
King Henry V: Sebastian Shaw
Duke of Gloucester, his brother: John Wyndham
Duke of Exeter, his uncle: Howieson Culrf
Earl of Salisbury: Donald Gray
Earl of Westmoreland: Charles Mortimer
Officers in King Henry's army: Sir Thomas Erpingham: Eric Maxon
Officers in King Henry's army: Captain Gower: Felix Deebank
Officers in King Henry's army: Captain Fluellen: Roddy Hughes
Captain Macmorris: Harry Hutchinson
Captain Jamy: Anthony Dawson
English soldiers:Bates: George Manship
English soldiers Court: Anthony Oliver
English soldiers Williams: Stanley Groome
Mistress Pistol: Vivienne Chatterton
Pistol: George Hayes
Nym: Anthony Oliver
Bardolph: David Duncan
Falstaff's boy: David Stringer
Charles VI, King of France: Charles Lefeaux
The Dauphin, his son: Nugent Marshall
Katherine, his daughter: Olive Gregg
Alice, her attendant: Gladys Spencer
The Constable of France: W. E. Holloway
Rambures: Raf de la Torre
Duke of Bourbon: Geoffrey Steele
Montjoy a French herald: Leonard Sachs
Chorus: Roderick Lovell
Narrator: Duncan Carse


Louis Kaufman (violin) Frederick Stone (piano)


Violin: Louis Kaufman
Piano: Frederick Stone


Talk by A. C. R. Lovell


Talk By: A. C. R. Lovell

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