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: « A BY-ELECTION IN THE NINETIES'

by Henry Reed
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Reed
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Colonel W. J. F. Forbes-Bencher,the Conservative Candidate: Carleton Hobbs
Mr G R Constantine the Liberal Candidate: Andrew Cruickshank
The Conservative Editor: Norman Shelley
The Liberal Editor: Ernest Jay
Mr Jenkins: Arthur Young
Mr Pytchley: Felix Felton
Mrs Pytchley: Dorothy Reynolds
Mr Morton: John Fabian
Mrs Marples: Thea Wells
Mrs E Walter Chudleigh: Mary O'Farrell
Lord O'Halloran: Ian Sadler
Tony Chamberlain: Neville Mapp
George Keate: David Habgood
John Billet: Arthur Young
Mrs Billet: Vida Hope
Freeholder: Deryck Guyler
Reporter: Derek Hart
The Narrator: James McKechnie

: 'PRINCE IGOR'

Opera with libretto and music by Borodin sung in Russian: on records
Cast in order of singing: Chorus and Orchestra of U.S.S.R. State Bolshoi Theatre Academy
Conducted by Alexander Melik-Pashaev
(Continued in next column)
Scene: Russia in the year 1185
Prologue
The cathedral square of Putivl, in the province of Seversk
Act 1
Scene 1: The courtyard of Prince Galitsky's house at Putivl
Scene 2: A room in Jaroslavna's apartments

Contributors

Conducted By: Alexander Melik-Pashaev

: THE POLICE

A series of eight talks
3-Crimes Known to the Policeby F. J. Odgers
Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge
The purpose of this talk is to indicate the method and measure by which the success of British Police can be validly estimated.
Next talk: Wednesday at 8.0

: PRINCE IGOR.

Act 2
The Polovtsian camp
Act 3
A public square by the ramparts of Putivl

: THE PROBLEM OF THE PAST

In the second of two talks on the present relationship between historical thinking and the practice of the visual arts, Basil Taylor speaks about the influence and limitations of art history.

: 'FREDERIGO'S FALCON'

(Fiammetta's Tale on the Fifth Day)
Seventh of twelve stories from Boccaccio's Decameron with Elaine Macnamara
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Unknown: Elaine MacNamara
Produced By: Rayner Heppenstall
Fiammetta: Jill Balcon
Frederigo: Robert Eddison
Giana: Catherine Lacey

: HANDEL and HINDEMITH

Maria Korchinska (harp)

Contributors

Harp: Maria Korchinska








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