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: Valentine Dyall and Richard Humdall with Ena Moon in 'LOVE AFTER DEATH*

or * The Tuzani of the Alpujarra Insurrection * by Calderon
Translated by Roy Campbell
Adapted by Helena Wood
Music composed by Elisabeth Lutyens and conducted by Edward Clark
Cast in order of speaking: , and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Singer, Joan Livingstone
Production by R. D. Smith


Translated By: Roy Campbell
Adapted By: Helena Wood
Composed By: Elisabeth Lutyens
Conducted By: Edward Clark
Singer: Joan Livingstone
Production By: R. D. Smith
Secretary: T St John Barry
Don John Malec, a neo-Christian nobleman of Moorish descent: Manning Wilson
Don John of Mendoza: Valentine Dyall
Cadi, an old Moor: George Bishop
Alcuzcuz, a clown: Allan McClelland
Singing Moor: Leigh Crutchley
Moorish lady: Mavis Walker
Beatrice: Nan Marriott-Watson
Doha Clara, daughter to Don JohnMalec: Ena Moon
Don Alvaro Tuzani. a neo-Christiannobleman: Richard Hurndall
Don Alonso de Zufiiga, Grand Corregidor: Derek Birch
Don Fernando de Valor (later Aben humeya) a neo-Christian nobleman: Gordon Davies
Garces: Peter Neil
Dona Isabel Tuzani. sister to DonDon Fernando de Valor (later Aben humeya) a neo-Christian nobleman: Margaret Gordon
Ines: Diane Watts
Don John of Austria: William Squire
Don Lope de Figuiroa: Emerton Court
Soldier: Brian Haines
Guard: Wyndham Milligan
Guard: Laurette Brunius
Guard: Howard Lang


A series ofeight lectures by Sir Ivor Jennings , K.B.E., Q.C.
Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. and Constitutional Adviser to the Government of Pakistan
7-The Dilemma of Representative Government


Unknown: Sir Ivor Jennings


Lisa Della Casa (soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Wle Melodlen zieht es mir
Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer
Auf dem Kirchhof
Meine Liebe ist grUn Standchen Von ewiger Liebe
Wolf Fussreise
Begegnung Der Gartner
Nimmersatte Liebe


by Tennyson
Read by Anthony Jacobs


Read By: Anthony Jacobs


Mstislav Rostropovitch (cello)
Symphony Orchestra of Statsradiofonien, Denmark
Conducted by Thomas Jensen


Conducted By: Thomas Jensen


Talk by Francis Toye
The speaker, one-time London music critic and author of books on Rossini and Verdi, has for the last few years made his home in Italy.
(The recorded broadcast of April ii)


Talk By: Francis Toye

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