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: MOSZKOWSKI

Liza Fuchsova and Paul Hamburger (piano duet)
German Round, No. 5; Vivace assal (Album Espagnol, No. 2); Polonaise (Polish Dances, No. 3); Czardas, Hungary (From Foreign Parts); Mazurka
(Polish Dances, No. 2); Tarantella, Italy (From Foreign Parts)
(The recorded broadcast of Aug. 23)

Contributors

Unknown: Liza Fuchsova
Piano: Paul Hamburger

: THE SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF PENSIONS

by Lord Beveridge, K.C.B.
1—Their Purpose

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Campoli (violin)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Led by Thomas Peatneld )
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Peatneld
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: STUDYING THE EAST

by Sir Ralph Turner
Director of the School of Oriental and African Studies
Thoughts occasioned by the twenty-third International Congress of Orientalists, recently held in Cambridge.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Ralph Turner

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2

: FROM MEDIEVAL TO MODERN

Frank Kermode speaks about English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, the recent book by C. S. Lewis. In this contribution to the Oxford History of English Literature Professor Lewis has presented the period when the Renaissance came to England and modern literature began.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Kermode
Book By: C. S. Lewis.

: ' ULYSSES '

by James Joyce
A performance of two episodes from the novel
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by Peter Duval Smith
' Paddy Dignam's Funeral'
(The ' Hades ' episode)
(Continued in next column)
9.55 app. Five Pieces from
Mikrokosmos (Bartok, arr. Serly) played by the New Music String Quartet on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: James Joyce
Produced By: Peter Duval Smith
The Storyteller: Cyril Cusack
Leopold Bloom: Liam Redmond
Jack Power: Diarmuid Kelly
Martin Cunningham: John Welsh
Simon Dedalus: Paul Farrell
Tom Kernan: Harry Hutchinson
Ned Lambert: Tommy Duggan
Corny Kelleher: Michael O'Halloran
John Henry Menton: Edward Lexy
John O'Connell: Seamus Kavanagh
Joe Hynes: Paddy Joyce

: 'At the Newspaper Office * (The ' Aeolus ' episode)

At 10.45 app. a recording will be broadcast of James Joyce reading the recital of John F. Taylor's speech which Professor MacHugh gives during the ' Aeolus ' episode. This recording is indistinct, but the passage can be found on pp. 132-3 of the British edition of Ulysses published by the Bodley Head.
(The recorded broadcast of June 16)

Contributors

The Storyteller: Cyril Cusack
Leopold Bloom: Liam Redmond
Councillor Nannetti: Robert Mooney
Ned Lambert: Tommy Duggan
Simon Dedalus: Paul Farrell
Professor Hugh MacHugh: Harry Hutchinson
J J O'Molloy: Edward Lexy
Myles Crawford: Seamus Kavanagh
Lenehan: Jack MacGowran
O'Madden Burke: John Welsh
Stephen Dedalus: Desmond Jordan

: RECITAL

Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Desmond DuprS (viola da gamba) Gustav Leonhardt (harpsichord)

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Deller
Viola: Desmond Duprs
Harpsichord: Gustav Leonhardt

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