by Lord Beveridge, K.C.B.
2-Some Current Problems
Quartet in E flat, Op. 109 played by the New London Quartet: Erich Gruenberg (violin)
Lionel Bentley (violin) Keith Cummings (viola) Douglas Cameron (cello)
Quartet in P sharp minor, Op. 121: Dec. 2
Sonnets read in French by Pierre Lefevre and in the English of Charles Maclnnes by Alan Wheadey.
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 7)
An opera in three acts
Libretto by Gabriela Preissova
English version by Vida Harford
Music by Leos Janacek
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate)
The Goldsbrough Orchestra (Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz)
CONDUCTED BY VILEM TAUSKY
Producer, Mark Lubbock
Repetiteur, Vida Harford
In front of a small mill outside a mountain village in Moravia. Evening.
Steva, her grandson:
Laca, Steva's half-brother:
Mother Buryja, widow of the sexton. daughter-in-law of Grandmother Buryja:
Jenufa, her foster-daughter:
The foreman of the mill:
Barena, servant at the mill:
Karolka, their daughter:
Jano, a shepherd:
Bernard Wall has lived for some time in a suburb of Rome called Monteverde, where hundreds of modem blocks of flats have shot up in the last few years. He talks about this new quarter and its inhabitants.
To be repeated on November 30
The living-room of Mother Buryja 's cottage. Six months later
Hugh Martin , author of Puritanism and Richard Baxter , talks about the latest volume of The Church in England by S. C. Carpenter. Although Dr. Carpenter's book covers the period 597-1688, this review deals principally with his treatment of Puritanism and the Commonwealth.
The same as Act 2. Two months later
Another performance: November 28
Translated and adapted by Laurence Kitchin from
' II Cortigiano ' by Castiglione
Produced by Terence Tiller
Concerto No. 4, in D minor. Op. 70 played by Friedrich Wűrhrer (piano)
Vienna State Philharmonia Orchestra
Conducted by Rudolf Moralt on gramophone records