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: A LEGACY

.The novel by Sybille Bedford adapted for radio by Christopher Sykes in collaboration with the author
Principal characters in order of speaking:
(Continued in neat column)
Others taking part:
Anthony Shaw , Ian Lubbock
Heron Carvic. John Baker
Kenneth Warren , John Stirling
Garard Green , Eric Lugg
Produced by Christopher Sykes
DURING THE FIRST INTERVAL:
3.45-3.55 app. Meyerbeer
Orchestral Music on gramophone records
DURINO THE SECOND INTERVAL:
4.40-4.50 app. Waldtenfel
Waltz: Mon Rêve played by the Philharmonia Promenade Orchestra conducted by Henry Krips on gramophone records

Contributors

Novel By: Sybille Bedford
Unknown: Christopher Sykes
Unknown: Anthony Shaw
Unknown: Ian Lubbock
Unknown: Heron Carvic.
Unknown: John Baker
Unknown: Kenneth Warren
Unknown: John Stirling
Unknown: Garard Green
Unknown: Eric Lugg
Produced By: Christopher Sykes
Conducted By: Henry Krips
Narrator: Pamela Alan
Herr Milz: Felix Felton
Frau Milz: Betty Hardy
Gottlieb: John Sharp
Baron von Felden: Francis de Wolff
Julius von Felden: Geoffrey Wincott
Gustavus von Felden: John Glyn-Jones
Count Bernin: Neville Hartley
Conrad Bernin: Carleton Hobbs
Clara Bernin: Patience Collier
Father Hauser: John Gabriel
Sarah Milz: Beatrix Lehmann
Edward Milz: Lewis Stringer
Melanie Milz: Betty Linton
Caroline Trafford: Margot van Der Burgh
Henrietta Milz: Ann Totten

: 'A LEGACY'

by Sybille Bedford
(continued: see page 13)

: BRAHMS

Quintet in F minor, Op. 34 played by the Element Quartet:
Ernest Element, Kenneth Page
Dorothy Hemming , Oliver Brookes
Leo Wurmser (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Page
Unknown: Dorothy Hemming
Unknown: Oliver Brookes
Piano: Leo Wurmser

: FOREIGN REVIEW

A monthly report on the arts, science, and politics abroad
Compiled by Alan Pryce-Jones
Including an illustrated talk by Everett Helm on a recent production in Berlin of Hans Werner Henze 's opera King Stag; a report on a scientific congress recently held in Prague, by S. A. Barnett , Lecturer in Physiology in the University of Glasgow; and a talk by Ian McCallum on the newest architecture in West Germany and East Berlin.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Pryce-Jones
Talk By: Everett Helm
Unknown: Hans Werner Henze
Unknown: S. A. Barnett
Talk By: Ian McCallum

: GUIDO CANTELLI

by Manoug Parikian
7.0 app. Record: Cantelli with the Philharmonia Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Manoug Parikian

: John Gielgud reading 'THE ANCIENT MARINER'

by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

: Bach CHRISTMAS ORATORIO

PARTS 1-3
Agnes Giebel (soprano) Lore Fischer (contralto)
Helmut Kretschmar (tenor)
Hermann Schey (bass)
Vienna Boys' Choir
Orchestra of the Ansbach Bach Festival
Conducted by Karl Richter

Contributors

Soprano: Agnes Giebel
Tenor: Helmut Kretschmar
Bass: Hermann Schey
Conducted By: Karl Richter

: AFTERTHOUGHTS ON CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

by Basil Taylor

Contributors

Unknown: Basil Taylor

: 'THE LORD OF THE RINGS

by J. R. R. Tolkien
An adaptation in six parts from volumes 2 and 3 of the trilogy
6— 'Many Partings'

Contributors

Unknown: J. R. R. Tolkien

: MUSIC BY FRENCH COMPOSERS

Virtuoso Wind Quintet:
Edward Walker (flute) Leon Goossens (oboe) Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon)
Juhn Burden (horn)

Contributors

Flute: Edward Walker
Oboe: Leon Goossens
Clarinet: Sidney Fell
Bassoon: Ronald Waller
Horn: Juhn Burden

: GAELIC SONGS OF SCOTLAND

4-Songs of Duncan Ban Macintyre sung and introduced by J. C. M. Campbell
Duncan Ban (1724-1812) is considered by many to be the supreme poet of Gaelic Scotland. James Campbell sings the songs to Misty Corrie, to his bride, and to his gun. He ends with Duncan Ban's last farewell to the hills.

Contributors

Unknown: Duncan Ban MacIntyre
Introduced By: J. C. M. Campbell

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