Talk by Geoffrey Grigson
The speaker gives some impressions of paleolithic art, not only at Lascaux but m less famous French caverns such as Peche Merle, Niaux, Les Combarelles, and the newly opened cave at Cougnac.
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 23)
An anthology compiled and introduced by W. S. Merwin
Readers: William Sylvester
Guy Kingsley Poynter , Marvin Kane
William Sylvester and Guy Kingsley Poynter are in Teahouse of the August Moon ' at Her Majesty's Theatre, London) followed by an Interlude at 8.26
An opera in one act
Libretto by Paul Dehn
Music by Lennox Berkeley
English Opera Group
(Leader, Olive Zorian )
Conducted BY Vilem TAUSKY
Producer, William Chappell
The action takes place in the kitchen in the Chelsea home of the impoverished Earl of Dunmow.
From Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
An errand boy:
The Earl of Dunmow:
The Countess of Dunmow:
Susan, their daughter:
Mrs Kneebone, a hired help:
H R H the Grand Duchess of Monte blanco:
H R H Prince Philippe her son:
by Jean Prieur
Translated from the French by Rupert Gleadow
Adapted for radio by Morven Cameron
Production by Hugh Stewart
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