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: The Shakespeare Apocrypha * THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD III

Adapted for radio by Peter Watts
Rafael Hollingshed , the Chronicler:
Gordon Davies with Arthur Lawrence , Richard Mayes
Donald Pickering. Elsa Palmer and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by Peter Watts

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Watts
Unknown: Rafael Hollingshed
Unknown: Gordon Davies
Unknown: Arthur Lawrence
Unknown: Richard Mayes
Unknown: Donald Pickering.
Unknown: Elsa Palmer
Produced By: Peter Watts
King Edward III: Valentine Dyall
Artois, a French lord: Rolf Lefebvre
Lord Audley: John Garside
The Duke of Lorraine: George Hagan
Edward, the Black Prince: John Westbrook
The Earl of Warwick: Brewster Mason
The Countess of Salisbury: Joan Hart
David, King of Scotland: Allan McClelland
Earl Douglas: Simon Lack
Lodwick, King Edward's confidant: David Enders
The Earl of Derby: Eric Anderson
John King of France: Howieson Culff
Charles, Duke of Normandy, his heir: Malcolm Hayes
Phillip, his younger son: Paul Hardwick
A mariner: Michael Turner
Phllippa, Edward's Queen: Molly Rankin

: BEETHOVEN

Sonata in B flat, Op. 106
( Hammerklavier) played by Wilhelm Kempff (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Wilhelm Kempff

: SLUMS AND HOUSING SCHEMES

Talk by F. M. L. Stoker Ph.D. , former Lecturer in Social Work, Rhodes University, Grahamstown Miss Stoker made a five-year study of the effects of rehousing on part of the Coloured population of a South African city who were moved from what was described as ' the worst slum in the world ' into a subsidised housing estate.
These effects were unexpected and in many ways disturbing. Miss Stoker analyses some of the factors that account for this.
The Indians of Natal, by Hilda Kuper : Thursday at 8.55

Contributors

Talk By: F. M. L. Stoker Ph.D.
Unknown: Hilda Kuper

: Haydn ' PHILEMON AND BAUCIS'

Marionette opera in one act sung in German: on records
Aret, his son (tenor). Waldemar Kmentt
Chorus of the Vienna State Opera
Vienna Symphony Orchestra
CONDUCTED BY MEINHARD VON ZALLINGER
A complete score of this work was only discovered in 1950, in the library of the Paris Conservatoire. Tonight it is being broadcast for the first time in this country.

Contributors

Tenor: Waldemar Kmentt
Conducted By: Meinhard von Zallinger
Baucis, wife of Philemon (soprano): Susana Naidic
Narcissa, betrothed to Aret (soprano): Elizabeth Roon
Philemon, a peasant (tenor): Erich Majkut

: CRIBBING

Illustrated talk by Peter Stadlen
The speaker discusses musical plagiarism, including the attitude of composers and their public to this gentle art.

Contributors

Talk By: Peter Stadlen

: RECITAL

Gwendolen Mason (harp)
Dennis Brain , Neill Sanders
Edmund Chapman , Alfred Cursue
(horns)

Contributors

Harp: Gwendolen Mason
Harp: Dennis Brain
Harp: Neill Sanders
Harp: Edmund Chapman
Horns: Alfred Cursue








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