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: VIVALDI

Concerto in D minor, Op. 25 No. 4 played by Renzo Sabatini (viola d'amore)
London Chamber Orchestra
Conductor, Anthony Bernard on gramophone records

Contributors

Viola: Renzo Sabatini
Conductor: Anthony Bernard

: THE EVOLVING ANIMAL

First of two talks by C. H. Waddington , F.R.S.

Contributors

Unknown: C. H. Waddington

: ' TRISTESSE D'OLYMPIO '

by Victor Hugo
(1802-1885) with a new verse translation by James Kirkup
Read in English by Oliver Burt and in French by Jean Yonnel .
Programme arranged by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hugo
Translation By: James Kirkup
Unknown: Oliver Burt
Unknown: Jean Yonnel
Arranged By: Rayner Heppenstall

: OLIVIER MESSIAEN

André Fleury (organ)
Les bergers
Desseins éternels
Les enfants de Dieu
Les anges
Les mages (La nativité du Seigneur) Le banquet céleste
Apparition de I'église elernelle
From St. Peter's.
Eaton Square, London
Last of three recitals of French organ music

Contributors

Unknown: André Fleury

: THE CHRISTIAN IMPACT

A report of discussions at the enlarged meeting of the International Missionary Council held at Willingen, Germany, in July
At this meeting leaders from the mission fields of the world discussed the overall world strategy of the missionary movement. Among orher subjects they considered the impact made on a local culture by the preaching of the Christian message. In this programme the Rev. B. H. Robert -son reviews the discussion, with recorded extracts from talks given by delegates to the conference.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. B. H. Robert

: ' DON PERLIMPLIN'

Opera in a prologue and three scenes
Libretto by Francisco Garcia Lorca based on Federico Garcia Lorca's play ' The Love of Don Perlimplin '
Music by Vittorio Rieti
(sung in the original Spanish) and (Chorus-Master,
L. Rodriguez de Aragon )
Conductor, Pierre Dervaux
Prologue:
The house of Don Perlimplin
Sc. 1: Don Perlimplin's room
Sc. 2: Don Perlimplin's dining-room
Sc. 3: A grove of cypresses and orange trees

Contributors

Unknown: Francisco Garcia
Unknown: Federico Garcia
Unknown: Don Perlimplin
Music By: Vittorio Rieti
Chorus-Master: L. Rodriguez de Aragon
Conductor: Pierre Dervaux
Don Perlimplin, a rich elderly bachelor: Raimondo Torres
Belisa, Don Perlimplin's bride: Maria Morales
Marcolfa, servant to Don Perlimplin: Ana Maria Iriarte
Belisa's mother: Ines Ribadeneira
Two spirits: Angeles Sauchez'
Two spirits: Marisol Armenteros

: THE WARS OF THE ROSES

An illustrated talk by Professor J. Dover .Wilson
This programme introduces the three Shakespeare historical plays to be broadcast in the Third Programme with John Cazabon , William Fox
Garard Green. Antony Kearey Arthur Lawrence , John Scott
Frank Tickle , Patrick Troughton
Produced by Peter Watts
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Contributors

Talk By: Professor J. Dover
Unknown: John Cazabon
Unknown: William Fox
Unknown: Garard Green.
Unknown: Antony Kearey
Unknown: Arthur Lawrence
Unknown: John Scott
Unknown: Frank Tickle
Unknown: Patrick Troughton
Produced By: Peter Watts
Lord Talbot: Deryck Guyler
Margaret of Anjou: Sonia Dresdel
William de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk: Leonard Sachs
French General: Wilfred Babbage
Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York: Stephen Jack
Sir William Lucy: Eric Anderson
Duke of Somerset: Hugh Falkus
John Talbot: Peter Assinder
Earl of Warwick (' The Kingmaker): Dennis Arundell

: RECITAL

Thurston Dart (clavichord)

Contributors

Unknown: Thurston Dart

: NEW SOUNDINGS

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