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: Bach

English Suite No. 6, in D minor played by Rosalyn Tureck (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Rosalyn Tureck

: Peter Wyngarde in ' THE ERMINE'

A play in three acts by Jean Anouilh
Translated by Miriam John
Radio adaptation and production by Raymond Raikes
Cliaracters in order of speaking:

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Anouilh
Translated By: Miriam John
Production By: Raymond Raikes
Mr Bentz: Charles Farrell
Frantz: Peter Wyngarde
Monime: Beth Boyd
Philip: John Westbrook
Florentine: Mary Law
Mrs Bentz: Tucker McGuire
Marie-Anne: Brenda Dunrich
Urbain: Allan Jeayes
The Duchess of Granat: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Joseph: Ronald Sidney
Chief of Police: John Bushelle
Gerard: Harry Towb
Jacques: John Carson

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

John Cameron (baritone)
BBC Chorus
BBC Choral Society
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Malcolm Sargent
Part 1

Contributors

Baritone: John Cameron
Chorus-Master: Leslie Woodgate
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: THE OCEAN

The English Channel
Talk by F. S. Russell F.R.S ,.
Director of the Marine Biological Association Laboratory. Plymouth
The speaker deals with biological changes observed in the English Channel in recent years and suggests that the causes of such local changes must be sought in the deep ocean.
Twelfth of a group of talks

Contributors

Talk By: F. S. Russell F.R.S

: TWELVE-NOTE COMPOSITION EXPLAINED

Roberto Gerhard reviews Composition with Twelve Notes by Josef Rufer (translated by Humphrey Searle ), and Twentieth-Century Counterpoint by Humphrey Searle.

Contributors

Unknown: Roberto Gerhard
Unknown: Josef Rufer
Translated By: Humphrey Searle
Unknown: Humphrey Searle.

: BEETHOVEN

Sonata in G minor, Op. 5 No. 2 played by Pablo Casals (cello)
Rudolf Serkin (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Cello: Pablo Casals
Piano: Rudolf Serkin

: PERSONAL ANTHOLOGY

William Plomer introduces a number of poems which he has chosen on the principle that gaiety is preferable to earnestness, natural piety to self-sufficiency, and high spirits to truculence.
Readers:
Felix Felton and Carleton Hobbs

Contributors

Introduces: William Plomer
Readers: Felix Felton
Readers: Carleton Hobbs








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