by George Moore : from A Story-Teller's Hotiday '
SCRIPT AND PRODUCTION BY E. J. KING BULL with Jean Anderson. Beth Bovd , Patrick Boxill. Michael Brooke. Diana Campbell Peter Claughton , Roger Delgado. J. G. Devlin , Denis Goacher , Brian Haines Doreen Keog-h . Pat Magee. Joan Matheson , Charles Maunsell , Kathleen Michael
Maureen Pryor , Sally Travers , Michael Turner
Music composed and conducted by Peter Crossley -Holland
During the interval (4.0-4.10 app.): Gramophone records of Jacques Ibert 's Three Short Pieces for wind quintet, played by the Copenhagen Wind Quintet
or The Story of the Sleeper Awakened
A lyric drama in three acts by Giovacchino Forzano Music by Wolf-Ferrari
Translated and adapted for radio by Dennis Arundell
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Arthur Leavins )
Conducted by Rudolf Kemps
Producer, Dennis Arundell
Scene: London in the seventeenth century
Acr 1: The Falcon Inn
Translated and adapted for radio by:
This Earl of Westmoreland:
John Blake, an actor from Black-friars Theatre:
The Hostess of the Falcon Inn:
Snare, the Sheriff's officer:
Five friends of the Earl, disguised in Act 2 as A Moor:
Five friends of the Earl, disguised in Act 2 as A Redskin:
Five friends of the Earl, disguised in Act 2 as An Old Servant:
Five friends of the Earl, disguised in Act 2 as A Chinaman:
Five friends of the Earl, disguised in Act 2 as A Doctor:
A French nobleman, later disguised as A Lutenist:
Jan van Der
The Master of Ceremonies:
A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
26 — Take-over Bidsby L. C. B. Gower
Professor of Commercial Law in the University of London
In the eyes of the taw, company directors arc agents of their companies but not of the individual shareholders. Professor Gower discusses some of the implications of this rule when a take-over bid is made for the shares.
Talk by M. W. Barley
Department of Extra-Mural Studies,
University of Nottingham
A detailed survey of minor domestic architecture in Monmouthshire has recently been completed by Sir Cyril Fox and Lord Raglan. Mr. Barley describes the way in which the archaeological material has been collected for this publication and talks about the bearing of this new evidence upon social conditions in rural England during the seventeenth century.
Quartet No. 4, in C (D.46)
Quartet No. 10. in G minor (D.173) played by the Hirsch String Quartet:
Leonard Hirsch (violin) Leonard Dight (violin)
Stephen Shingles (viola) Francisco Gabarro (cello)
No. 2 in C (D.32), No. 5 in B fiat (D.68), and No. 12 in C minor (Quarlettsatz) (D.703): December 23
A discussion between George Baker , Joseph Hislop , Franklyn Kelsey , and Desmond Shawe -Taylor, with Alec Robertson in the chair
Mr. Kelsey believes that ' laryngeal resistance to the upward thrust of the breath governs the whole question of voice training.' Singing teachers seldom think alike, and many would dispute this and other statements in Mr. Kelsey's recent broadcast talks.
Tomford Harris (piano).
Etudes d'execution transcendante:
Preludio: A minor; Paysage; Mazeppa; Feux follets; Vision; Eroica; Wilde Jagd: Ricordanza: F minor; Harmonies du soir; Chasse-neige
Last of a series of eight programmes of piano music by Liszt
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