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: Mogens Wieth in ' THE GREATEST OF THESE'

('Kaerlighed') by Kaj Munk
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Marianne Helweg
Characters in order of speaking:
(Continued in next column)
Produced by Norman Wright .
Kenneth A. Hurren writes on page 5

Contributors

Unknown: Kaj Munk
Broadcasting By: Marianne Helweg
Produced By: Norman Wright
Unknown: Kenneth A. Hurren
Martha: Elsa Palmer
Ib Christoffersen: George Hagan
Einar Kargo: Mogens Wieth
Ingeborg Thomsen: Mary Wimbush
Sylvester Hermansen: John Ruddock
Lars Nielsen: Norman Mitchell
Andreas Sandberg: George Merritt
Thea: Ella Milne
Miss Madsen: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Peter Andersen: Anthony Jacobs
Karl Skandborg: Rolf Lefebvre
Anton Thomsen: Manning Wilson
Rebecca: Mairhi Russell
Martin: Denis Goacher
Dean Wulff: John Wyse
Bishop PaImquist: Leon Quartermaine
Hanna: Sheila Grant

: 'GIULIETTA E ROMEO'

An opera in three acts based on Shakespeare's tragedy
Libretto by Arturo Rossato Music by Riccardo Zandonai
(sung in Italian)
Other parts sung by Litiana Pellegrino , Egidio Casolari Jolanda Torriani , Maria Luisa Zeri
Chorus and Orchestra of Radiotelevisione Itahana. Milan
(Chorus-Master, Roberto Benaglio )
CONDUCTED BY ANGELO QUESTA
The action takes place in Verona and Mantua
Act 1
A small public square near the palace of the Capulets in Verona. Night

Contributors

Unknown: Arturo Rossato
Music By: Riccardo Zandonai
Sung By: Litiana Pellegrino
Sung By: Egidio Casolari
Sung By: Jolanda Torriani
Sung By: Maria Luisa Zeri
Chorus-Master: Roberto Benaglio
Conducted By: Angelo Questa
Giulietta Capuleto: Anna Maria Rovere
Romeo Montecchio: Angelo Loforese
Isabella, Giulietta's nurse: Ornella Rovero
Tebaldo: Renato Capecchi
The Singer: Dino Formichini
Gregorio: Salvatore Di Tommaso
Sansone: Antonio Massaria
A Herald: Antonio Massaria
Bernabo: Ugo Novelli
A member of the house of Montecchio: Mario Carlin
Romeo's valet: Mario Carlin

: MAGIC THINKING *

Second of two talks by S. F. Nadel
Professor of Anthropology and Sociology in the Australian National University, Canberra
' In a word,' says Professor Nadel, ' magic attempts the physically impossible. And if this is so, then inevitably the believers in magic must be confronted, again and again, with evidence proving the failure of their magic efforts.'
In these talks he gives an answer to the question : how is it that people who believe in magic go on believing in it?

Contributors

Unknown: S. F. Nadel

: * GIULIETTA E ROMEO'

Act 2
A courtyard in the palace of the Capulets

: LAW IN ACTION

A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
27-Mistake and the Law of Contract
by J. B. Butterworth
Fellow of New College, Oxford
A picture is bought in the mistaken belief that it is a Constable, and the seller knows of the mistake: can the buyer set aside the bargain? That is the type of problem discussed in this talk.

: ' GIULIETTA E ROMEO'

Acr 3
Scene 1: An open square in Mantua Scene 2: The chapel of the Capulets

: C. DAY LEWIS

Four new poems read by the author by Jill Balcon and by Anthony Jacobs
Of these poems, 'Pegasus ' and ' Psyche' have been recently published; Baucis and Philemon ' and ' Ariadne on Naxos' are hitherto unpublished.

Contributors

Unknown: Jill Balcon
Unknown: Anthony Jacobs

: REGER

Sonatina No. 1, in E minor Sonatina No. 2, in D played by Cor de Groot (piano)

Contributors

Played By: Cor de Groot

: THE SYMBOLISM OF BACH'S PRELUDES AND FUGUES

Illustrated talk by Frank Pelleg
Besides discussing some of the ' Forty-eight,' the speaker analyses and plays (on the harpsichord) Bach's Toccata in D.

Contributors

Talk By: Frank Pelleg
Harpsichord: Bach'S Toccata

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

The Goldsbrough Orchestra
(Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Conducted by Charles Mackerras

Contributors

Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By: Charles MacKerras

: Robert Eddison in 'PRINCE ISIDORE'

The novel by Harold Acton
Adapted for radio and produced by Christopher Sykes
Narrator, Norman Shelley with Dorothy Black , Patience
Collier Alexander Gauge , Olive Gregg Deryck Guyler , Carleton Hobbs
Julia Lang , Bryan Powley
Cyril Shaps , John Sharp '
Roger Snowdon , Lewis Stringer
Ann Totten , Margot van der Burgh Marjorie Westbury , Ward Williams and Geoffrey Wincott
Music composed and arranged by Norman Forber Kay played by a section of the BBC Northern Orchestra (Leac7er, Reginald Stead ) Conductor, John Hopkins

Contributors

Novel By: Harold Acton
Produced By: Christopher Sykes
Narrator: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Dorothy Black
Unknown: Collier Alexander Gauge
Unknown: Olive Gregg
Unknown: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs
Unknown: Julia Lang
Unknown: Bryan Powley
Unknown: Cyril Shaps
Unknown: John Sharp
Unknown: Roger Snowdon
Unknown: Lewis Stringer
Unknown: Ann Totten
Unknown: Margot van Der Burgh
Unknown: Marjorie Westbury
Unknown: Geoffrey Wincott
Arranged By: Norman Forber Kay
Conductor: Reginald Stead
Conductor: John Hopkins

: BEETHOVEN

Trio in D, Op. 70 No. 1 (Geister).
Adolf Busch (violin)
Hermann Busch (cello) Rudolf Serkin (piano) on gramophone record*

Contributors

Violin: Adolf Busch
Cello: Hermann Busch
Piano: Rudolf Serkin








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