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: - James McKechnie Francis de Wolff, Raymond Huntley and Donald Wolfit in THE HUMAN AGE'

Part 3
' Malign Fiesta' by Wyndham Lewis
SCENE: HELL with Martina Mayne, Robert Rietty and Derek Prentice
Music composed and conducted by Walter Goehr
Produced by D. G. Bridson
D. G. Bridson writes on page 4


Unknown: Wyndham Lewis
Unknown: Martina Mayne,
Unknown: Robert Rietty
Unknown: Derek Prentice
Conducted By: Walter Goehr
Produced By: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: D. G. Bridson
Narrator: James McKechnie
James Pullman: Raymond Huntley
Satterthwaite: Lewis Stringer
The Bailiff: Donald Wolfit
The Bailiff's Mother: Mary O'Farrell
The Lord Sammael: Francis de Wolff
Mark: Alan Wheatley
Dr Hachilah: Frederick Schiller
Dr Schlank: Denys Blakelock
Octoroon: Mary Wimbush


Sonata in A, Op. 101
Sonata in C minor. Op. Ill played by Maria Donska (piano)


Piano: Maria Donska


The second of three discussions on different subjects
Speakers: - A. J. Ayer
Professor of Philosophy at University College, London
P. B. Medawar
Professor of Zoology at University College, London
V. S. Pritchett and Rex Warner
Discussion on Games: June 12


Unknown: S. Pritchett


Extracts from the operetta by Louis Ganne on gramophone records
Presented by Philip Hope-Wallace
Chorus and Orchestra
Conducted by Pierre Dervaux


Unknown: Louis Ganne
Conducted By: Pierre Dervaux
Suzanne: Janine Micheau
Marion: Genevieve Moizan
Grand Pingouin: Michel Roux
Andre: Robert Massard
Paillasse: Raymond Amade
Des Etiquettes: Robert Destain
Malicorne: Marcel Carpentier


A monthly review of cultural and political trends in the U.S.S.R.
Bureaucrats and Bourgeois in Soviet Society
A talk by Hugh Seton-Watson , Professor of Russian History at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies.
To be repeated on May 31


Talk By: Hugh Seton-Watson


of Dante Alighieri
A reading in six parts
Part 4 (Cantos 18-22)

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