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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Lyra String Quartet

: William Sylvester with Angela Baddeley, Macdonald Parke and Esme Percy in - THE PENSION BEAUREPAS

by Henry James
Adapted and produced by Mary Hope Allen
Henry Mason (William Sylvester). Madame Beaurepas (Dorothy Holmes-Gore), Monsieur Pigeonneau (EsmS Percy), Mr. Ruck (Macdonald Parke), Mrs. Ruck (Tucker McGuire ). Miss Sophie Ruck (Lois McLean ), Mrs. Church (Angela Baddeley ), Cabman and Gargon (Jeffrey Segal ), Miss Aurora Church (Mairhi Russell )
Scene: Geneva at the end of last century
followed by an interlude at 8.0

Contributors

Unknown: Henry James
Produced By: Mary Hope Allen
Produced By: Henry Mason
Unknown: Monsieur Pigeonneau
Unknown: Tucker McGuire
Unknown: Miss Sophie Ruck
Unknown: Lois McLean
Unknown: Angela Baddeley
Unknown: Jeffrey Segal
Unknown: Mairhi Russell

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Jack Brymer (clarinet)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Part i

Contributors

Clarinet: Jack Brymer
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: NUCLEAR POLITICS IN CENTRAL EUROPE

Talk by Terence Prittie " Manchester Guardian" correspondent in Germany

Contributors

Talk By: Terence Prittie

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2
(Sir Adrian Boult broadcasts by permission of the London Philharmonio Orchestra, Ltd.) followed by an interlude at 10.0

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Boult

: VARIATIONS ON AN ARIA OF MOZART

A.G. Lehmann , Professor of French at Reading University, discusses one problem of interpreting Mozart today

Contributors

Unknown: A.G. Lehmann

: SCHUBERT and BRAHMS

Flora Nielsen (mezzo-soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)

: THE GREAT BAG PUDDING

Robert Graves reviews the -Oxford Nursery Rhyme Book",
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 25. 1955)








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