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: RECITAL

Maria Lidka (violin)
Margaret Kitchin (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Maria Lidka
Piano: Margaret Kitchin

: THE LIFEMANSHIP LECTURES

by S. Potter
Troutmanship
Demonstrated by students of the Lifemanship Correspondence College
Produced by D. Cleverdon

Contributors

Unknown: S. Potter
Produced By: D. Cleverdon

: HOLST

Choral Symphony
Words selected from the poems of John Keats
Prelude: Invocation to Pan Song and Bacchanale Ode on a Grecian Urn
Scherzo: Fancy-Folly's Song Finale
Elsie Morison (soprano)
Liverpool Philharmonic Choir
(Chorus-Master, J. E. Wallace )
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Henry Datyner )
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
From the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool

Contributors

Unknown: John Keats
Soprano: Elsie Morison
Chorus-Master: J. E. Wallace
Leader: Henry Datyner
Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: THE PLANETS

by R. A. Lyttleton , Ph.D .
Dr. Lytt]eton talks about two recent books, * The Planets: their Origin and Development * by the American chemist, Professor Harold C. Urey, and ' Life on Other Worlds ' by Sir Harold Spencer Jones, the Astronomer Royal.

Contributors

Unknown: R. A. Lyttleton , Ph.D

: The Wars of the Roses: King Henry VI: Part 3

A sequence of Shakespeare's histories edited by Professor J. Dover Wilson
The play adapted and produced by Peter Watts

[Starring] Sonia Dresdel and Donald Wolfit

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Edited by: Professor J. Dover Wilson
Fanfares composed by: John Hotchkis
The play adapted and produced by: Peter Watts
Raphael Holinshed, the historian: Richard Hurndall
The Earl of Warwick ('The King-maker'): Dennis Arundell
The Duke of York: Stephen Jack
Richard, later Duke of Gloucester: Donald Wolfit
King Henry VI: Valentine Dyall
Northumberland: Paul Hardwick
Lord Clifford: Malcolm Hayes
The Duke of Exeter: Jack Livesey
The Earl of March, later Edward IV: John Glen
Queen Margaret: Sonia Dresdel
Edward, Prince of Wales: John Greenwood
Sir John Montgomery: Hugh Manning
Edmund, Earl of Rutland: M Westbury
George, later Duke of Clarence: Brian Hayes
A son who has killed his father: John Forrest
A father who has killed his son: Alexander Gauge
Lady Elizabeth Grey: Joan Hart
Lewis XI, King of France: Michael Gwynne
The Earl of Oxford: Tom Clarkson
Bona, sister to the French Queen: Molly Rankin
[Actor]: John Cazabon
[Actor]: Garard Green
[Actor]: Wyndham Milligan
[Actor]: Patrick Troughton

: BACH

Four Preludes and Fugues
E minor; A minor; A; D played by Geraint Jones (organ)
From Westminster Cathedral
First of three programmes of organ music by Bach

Contributors

Played By: Geraint Jones

: GERMAN REUNION AND WEST EUROPEAN PARTNERSHIP

Two talks by Professor M. J. Bonn
1-The Conflict of Powers

Contributors

Unknown: Professor M. J. Bonn

: SOUTH AMERICAN MUSIC

Janet Fraser (contralto)
Norman Fraser (accompanist)
Eric Hope (piano)

Contributors

Contralto: Janet Fraser
Accompanist: Norman Fraser
Piano: Eric Hope

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