A discussion between the Rev. Leonard Johnston and the Rev. D. A. Rafferty of Ushaw College. Durham and Louis Allen Lecturer in French in the University of Durham
Is poetic inspiration analogous to Biblical inspiration? Three debate the question from a Roman Catholic and a secular point of view, with particular reference to the poetry of Paul Claudel.
Rev. D. A.
The novel by Sybille Bedford adapted for radio by Christopher Sykes in collaboration with the author
Principal characters in order of speaking:
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:
8.50-9.0 app. Meyerbeer
Orchestral Music on gramophone records
DURING THE SECOND INTERVAL:
9.46-9.55 app. Waldteufel
Waltz: Mon Rfve played by the Philharmonia Promenade Orchestra conducted by Henry Krips on gramophone records
Baron von Fplden:
Julius von Felden:
Gustavus von Felden:
van Der Burgh
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