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: Robert Eddison with Denys Blakelock and William Fox in 'DONOGOO'

by Jules Romains
Translated by Geoffrey Brereton
Produced by Michael Bakewell For details see Thursday at 8.40
DURING THE INTERVAL (6.5-6.15 app.):
Movements from Milhaud's
Suite (1936) played by Jacques Parrenin (violin) Ulysse Delecluze (clarinet)
Annette Hwas-Hamburger (piano) on a gramophone record followed by


Unknown: Jules Romains
Translated By: Geoffrey Brereton
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Violin: Jacques Parrenin
Clarinet: Ulysse Delecluze
Piano: Annette Hwas-Hamburger


An opera in one act
Libretto by Yvan Goll
Music by Marcel Mihalovici
(sung in French)
Chorus and Orchestra of Radiodiffusion-Télévision Franchise


Unknown: Yvan Goll
Music By: Marcel Mihalovici
Conducted By: Manuel Rosenthal
Phedre: Ethel Semser
The Nurse: Nel Tangemann
Hippolyte: Louis- Jacques Rondeleux
Thésée: André Vessieres
The Messenger: Joseph Peyron


A discussion between:
Gerald Gardiner and R. M. Jackson ,
Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge
National security may demand arbitrary action which is sometimes covered by a puzzling silence. This may be inevitable. But if so, ought not somebody to limit the field within which M.I.5 works? If there is a tribunal how ought it to be composed? And ought we to have more public information?


Unknown: Gerald Gardiner
Unknown: R. M. Jackson


of the eighteenth century
The Hurwitz Chamber Ensemble
Director and solo violin,
Emanuel Hurwitz


Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz


MARTIN COOPER speaks about Scriabin and the literary and philosophical circle around him in Russia in the early years of the century.


Unknown: Martin Cooper


Ten Sonnets by Noel Woodin
Introduced and read by the author and by Denis McCarthy


Unknown: Noel Woodin
Unknown: Denis McCarthy

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