by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma: drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa, India, and England.
4-The Last Phase
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: Jawaharlal Nehru, Earl Mountbatten of Burma. H. S. Suhrawardy, C. Rajagopalachari, P. C. Ghosh, B. C. Roy, Acharya Kripalani, Chaman Lal, G. D. Birla. Raja Hutheesingh. Zakir Husain. Pyarelal
Nayar, A. S. Ray, N. K. Bose, B. Ctiandiwala. K. Shridharani, Sudhir Ghosh, Devadas Gandhi, Indira
Gandhi, Padmaja Naidu, Sushila Nayar, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, Miraben (Miss Slade), Eric da Costa. Maurice Frydman. Louis Fischer, Horace Alexander, Ian Stephens, and Robert Stimson Production by Maurice Brown
London String Trio:
Emanuel Hurwitz (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola)
Vivian Joseph (cello)
A reconsideration of some aspects of Athenian democracy after the death of Pericles by Geoffrey Woodhead
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Reader, David Raeburn
Two further volumes of an important commentary on Thucydides have recently been published. This event makes it timely to re-open the question of the qualities of Cleon as a statesman and of the development of democracy in Athens. Mr. Woodhead criticises the traditional view which is based on Thucydides.
by J. R. R. Tolkien
An adaptation in six parts from volumes 2 and 3 of the trilogy 5 — ' Minas Tirith and Mount Doom '
(Continued in next column)
Music by Anthony Smith-Masters
The programme adapted and produced by Terence Tiller
J. R. R.
The Black Captain:
(' The Flying Dutchman ')
A romantic opera by Wagner
(sung in German)
(Continued in next column) sailors, spinning girls
Chorus and Orchestra of the Bayreuth Festival
(Chorus-Master. Wilhelm Pitz ) CONDUCTED BY JOSEF KEILBERTH
Producer. Wolfgang Wagner
Scene 1: A rocky stretch of the Norwegian coast.
Scene 2: A large room in Daland's house.
Scene 3: An inland creek by Daland's house.
Daland, a Norwegian seaman:
Senta, his daughter:
Erik, a hunter:
Mary, Senta's nurse:
A series of three talks by Edward Sackville-West.
In these talks Mr. Sackville-West has been comparing the various performances of a work. In tonight's programme the illustrations include records made by Cortot, Rubinstein and Stefan Askenase.
A comedy by General Burgoyne
Adapted for radio by Helena Wood
Produced by Martyn C. Webster with Frank Partington , Eric Francis
Janet Morrison , Rowena Cooper
Music composed by James Bernard played by the Sinfonia of London conducted by John Hollingsworth
Miss Blandish, his sister:
Lady Emily, his sister:
Sir Clement, his uncle:
Miss Alscrip, his daughter:
Chignon, her personal attendant:
Rightly, a lawyer:
(born November 25, 1856)
Piano Quintet, Op. 30 played by the Allegri Quartet:
Eli Goren. James Barton
Patrick Ireland , William Pleeth
Julius Isserlis (piano)
Last of three programmes