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Derek Collier (violin)
Ernest Lush (piano)


Violin: Derek Collier
Piano: Ernest Lush


The problems of land use in India and the Middle East by C. de Fellner


Unknown: C. de Fellner


Bruce Boyce (baritone)
Clifton Helliwell (accompanist)
The London Czech Trio:
Maria Lidka (violin) Karei Honiitz (cello)
Lisa Marketita (piano)


Baritone: Bruce Boyce
Accompanist: Clifton Helliwell
Violin: Maria Lidka
Violin: Karei Honiitz
Piano: Lisa Marketita


Talk by Julian Amery ,
M.P. Julian Amery , who organised and landed with . the first British military mission to the Yugoslav guerillas in the autumn of 1941, talks about Vladimir Dedijer's recently published biography of Marshal Tito.


Talk By: Julian Amery
Talk By: M.P. Julian Amery

: Anthony Jacobs and Ralph Truman in ' EMPEROR AND GALILEAN'

by. Henrik Ibsen
The translation by William Archer adapted for radio by J. C. Trewin
Music by Elizabeth Poston
Production by Raymond Raikes
(Continued in next column)
The Orchestraand a section of the Covent Garden Opera Chorus
Conduoted by Douglas Robinson
Part 1-' Caesar's Apostasy
A.D. 351-361
(The recorded broadcast of May 17)
9.35 app. Kespighi
Movements from
The Fountains of Rome played by the Orchestra Stabile dell' Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Conducted by Victor de Sabata on gramophone records
9.45 app. Part 2
'The Emperor Julian'
December 361-June 363


Unknown: Henrik Ibsen
Translation By: William Archer
Radio By: J. C. Trewin
Music By: Elizabeth Poston
Production By: Raymond Raikes
Conducted By: Victor de Sabata
Narrator: Norman Claridge
The Emperor Constantius: John Gabriel
The Empress Eusebia: Hester Paton Brown
The Princess Helena, the Emperor's siister: Dilys Hamleitt
Prince Julian, the Emperor's cousin (letter the Emperor Julian): Anthony Jacobs
Agathon of Cappadocia: Arthur Lawrence
Libanius, a philosopher: Noel Iliff
Gregory of Nazianus: Derek Hart
Basilius of Caesarea: Alan Reid
Prince Gallus, Julian's elder half-brother: Aubrey Richards
Eutherius, Julian's chamberlain: Allan Jeayes
The Voice in the Light: Brian Hayes
The Voice of Cain: Wyndham Milligan
The Voice of Judas: John Cazabon
Leontes, the Emperor's envoy: Milton Rosmer
Myrrhine, slave of Princess Helena: Mary Williams
Simula, Julian's master of the horse: Rupert Davies
Oribases, a physician: Frank Tickle
Maris, Bishop of Chalcedon: Leon Quartermaine
Jovian, a general: William Fox
Makrina, Basilius of Caesarea's sister: Mairy Wimbush
A Persian soldier: Cyril Shaps


The Art of Fugue played by James Chin. g (piano)
Fugue 1: Fugue 2;
Simple chromatic Fugue (3); Fugue 4
First of a series of six programmes in which James Ching is to play Bach's ' Art of Fugue.' Deryck Cooke writes on page 27.


Played By: James Chin.
Unknown: James Ching
Unknown: Deryck Cooke


Three talks on the occasion of the bicentenary of the foundation of the British Museum
1-The Natural History Department by Gavin de Beer, F.R.S.


Unknown: Gavin de Beer, F.R.S.


Violin Concerto, Op. 7 played by Franz Schmidtner (violin)
Hamburg Symphony Orchestra Conductor, Wilhelm Sohiichter
(Recording made available by courtesy of Nordwestdeutscher Rundifumk )
Arthur Grenz is one of the more conservative of the modern German school of composers; his music is little known outside his native country. His Violin Concerto, published last year, is in three movements: Andante maestoso leading to Allegro moderato, Lento, and Vivace.


Violin: Franz Schmidtner
Conductor: Wilhelm Sohiichter
Unknown: Nordwestdeutscher Rundifumk
Unknown: Arthur Grenz

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