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: MARCHING SONG

By john Whiting
Adapted for radio by Peter Watts
Harry LANCASTER.............hartley Power
Dido MORGEN ................ Brenda Bruce
Dr. MATTEW SANGOSSE................Ronald Sidney
Father ANSEM...........................Goeffrey King
Catherine de TROYES.....................Googie Withers
Rupert Foster................Sebastian Shaw
ANNOUNCER.................Peter Goss
John Cadmus...............Carleton turner
Bruno..................Michael Turner
Place: catherine de Troyes' House on the heights above a capital city in europe.
Produced by Peter Watts
(BBC recording)
(Brenda Bruce is appearing in 'Both Ends Meets" at the Apollo Theatre,London
To be repeated in Tuesday at 9.5 : Stephen Williams writes on page 17

: BEETHOVEN

Septet in E flat, Op. 20 for wind and strings played by members of the Vienna Octet:
Willi Boskovsky (violin)
GUnther Breitenbach (viola)
Nikolaus Hiibner (cello)
Johan Krump (double-bass) Alfred Boskovsky (clarinet)
Rudolf Hanzl (bassoon)
Josef Veleba (horn)

Contributors

Violin: Willi Boskovsky
Viola: Gunther Breitenbach
Cello: Nikolaus Hiibner
Double-Bass: Johan Krump
Clarinet: Alfred Boskovsky
Bassoon: Rudolf Hanzl
Horn: Josef Veleba

: THE LANGUAGE OF CRITICISM

Three talks by John Holloway
1 Words in Judgment
The instrumenr of literary criticism is language. Mr. Holloway, University Lecturer in English at Cambridge, will examine this instrument. Is it always under control or does it sometimes take on a life of its own? A preliminary difficulty is that the terms of literary criticism are not neutral; they are often judgments in themselves.

Contributors

Unknown: John Holloway

: LISZT

Scherzoso: Carillon; Schlummerlled;
Abendglocken ; Ehemals!; Ungarisch
(Weinachtsbaum)
Mephisto Waltz No. Canzone
Napolitana Grand galop chromatique played by Philip Levi (piano)
Next recital, by Louis Kentner : Nov. 30

Contributors

Unknown: Napolitana Grand
Piano: Philip Levi
Unknown: Louis Kentner

: Sam Wanamaker and James McKechnie in 'BROTHER TO DRAGONS'

A tale in verse and voices by Robert Penn Warren
The programme arranged and produced by D. G. Bridson

Contributors

Voices By: Robert Penn Warren
Produced By: D. G. Bridson
Thomas Jefferson: James McKechnie
The Poet: Sam Wanamaker
Lucy Jefferson Lewis: Gwen Day Burroughs
Lilburn Lewis: Philip Vickers
Laetitia Lewis: Peggy Hassard
Aunt Cat: Gladys Spencer
Laetitia's brother: Harold Ayer
Isham Lewis: James Dyrenforth

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Arda Mandikian (soprano)
Pierre Mollet (baritone)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)
Geraint Jones (organ)
BBC Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Granville Jones )
Conducted by Edmond Appia
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Arda Mandikian
Baritone: Pierre Mollet
Harpsichord: Charles Spinks
Harpsichord: Geraint Jones
Chorus-Master: Leslie Woodgate
Leader: Granville Jones
Conducted By: Edmond Appia

: THE SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF PENSIONS

Two talks by Lord Beveridge, K.C.B.
2-Some Current Problems
In this talk Lord Beveridge examines some of the issues of today, such as the means of dealing with the increasing number of old people, the question of pension age, and the relation of state to industrial or voluntary pensions.

: BAVARIAN ROCOCO

or The Eloquent in Art
A talk by Nikolaus Pevsner occasioned by the present exhibition ' Rococo Art from Bavaria' at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Professor Pevsner is co-author with Sacheverell Sitwell of ' German Baroque Sculpture.'

Contributors

Talk By: Nikolaus Pevsner
Unknown: Sacheverell Sitwell

: LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA

Chaconne, Intermezzo, Adagio for unaccompanied cello played by Zara Nelsova

Contributors

Played By: Zara Nelsova








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