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: A RIGHT-WING THIRD FORCE IN GERMANY

Its Objectives:
Reunification and Neutrality
Talk by Terence Prittie
Manchester Guardian correspondent in Germany

Contributors

Talk By: Terence Prittie

: BACH

Des musikalische Opfer
London Harpsichord Ensemble

: ' THE MINISTER'

A poem by R. S. Thomas
Production by Aneirin Talfan
This poem, specially commissioned by the BBC and originally broadcast in the Welsh Home Service, is included in the poet's latest volume of verse, Song at the Year's Turning. The portrait of a nonconformist minister is drawn against the background of the barren hill country of central Wales.
followed by an Interlude at 7.50

Contributors

Unknown: R. S. Thomas
Production By: Aneirin Talfan
Narrator: John Darran
The Minister: Philip Phillips
Da vies: Brinley Jenkins
Buddug: Jean Davies

: 'LA FIAMMA'

A melodrama in three acts based on Wiers Jenssen's play
'Anne Pedersdotter ' (The Witch)
Libretto by Claudio Guastalla
Music by Respighi
Chorus and Orchestra of Radiotelevisione Italiana, Milan
(Chorus-Master, Roberto Benaglio )
Conducted BY
FEANCESCO MOLINAKI
The action takes place in Ravenna at the end of the eighth century
Act It An open court in Basilio's Time near the sea

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Pedersdotter
Unknown: Claudio Guastalla
Chorus-Master: Roberto Benaglio
Conducted By: Feancesco Molinaki
Bludossia, mother of Basilio: Lucia Daniell
Basilio, exarch of Ravenna: Carlo Tagliabue
Donello, Basilio's son by a former marriage: Giacinto Prandelli
Silvana, Basilio's second wife: Mara Koleva
Agnese di Cervia a witch, mother of Silvana: Maria Teresa Mandalarl
Women of Basilio's household : Monica: Anna Moffo
Women of Basilio's household : Agata: Lutsa Villa
Women of Basilio's household : Lucilla: Tusa Santo
Women of Basilio's household : Sabina: Gabriella Carturan
Women of Basilio's household : Zoe: Luisa Mandelli
The Bishop: Nicola Zaccaria
The Exorcist: Ivan Sardi
The Mother: Liliana Pellegrino
A Priest: Angelo Mercuriali

: THE GENEROUS CREED

Five talks on Liberalism
2-The Fall of the Liberal Party by Maurice Shock Lecturer in Politics at Christ Church and Trinity College, Oxford
Mr. Shock looks back to the great Liberal victory at the Election of 1906 and considers some of the causes of the subsequent decline of the Party.

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Shock

: 'LA FIAMMA'

Acr 2: The palace of Theodoric

: 'THE MAN WITH THE KNIVES'

A short story by Heinrich Boll translated from the German by Richard Graves
Read by Peter Woodthorpe

Contributors

Story By: Heinrich Boll
Unknown: Richard Graves
Read By: Peter Woodthorpe

: LA FIAMMA*

Acr 3: Donello's room in the palace, later the interior of the Basilica of San Vitale

: FOREIGN REVIEW

A monthly report on the arts, science, and politics abroad
Compiled by Alan Pryce-Jones

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Pryce-Jones








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