(' La Ville au fond de la Mer') by Thierry Maulnier
Translated from the French by Norman Cameron
Music by Anthony Bernard
Raddo adaptation and production by Raymond Raikes
Characters in order of speaking:
(Continued in next column) with the London Chamber Orchestra
(leader. Andrew Cooper ) conducted by the composer
A Breton fisherman:
A young man from Ys:
Four women of Ys: Minnie:
Four women of Ys: Astel:
Four women of Ys: Mervenn:
Four women of Ys: Ella:
Four men of Ys: Plozroel:
Four men of Ys: Erec:
Four men of Ys: Grann:
Roor, a soothsayer:
Athes, daughter of the King of Ys:
Talk by Edward Hughes
Professor of History. University of Durham
Professor Hughes, author of North Country Life in the Eighteenth Century, comments on anorher recently published study in eighteenth-century history, Dynasty of Ironjounders by Dr. Arthur Raistrick.
De Maistre (1754-1821)
Last of six weekly lectures by Isaiah Berlin
Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford
This lecture is concerned with the views of Comte Joseph Marie de Maistre as the most brilliant and savage of all critics of liberal democracy and one of the earliest forerunners of romantic Fascism.
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