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: Harry Andrews, Ernest Milton Stephen Murray, Donald Pleasence and Perlita Neilson in * CORRUPTION IN THE PALACE OF JUSTICE'

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(ferliuj Neilson broadcasts by permission of John Clements )
During THE interval (5.45-5.55 app.): Last movement of Symphony No. 6 (Malipiero) : played by the Alessandro Scarlatti Orchestra , conductor
Franco Caracciolo : on a gramophone record


Unknown: John Clements
Conductor: Alessandro Scarlatti Orchestra
Conductor: Franco Caracciolo


Opera in three acts
Libretto by Carlo Pepoli
Music by Bellini eung in Italian: on records
Cast in order of singing:
Chorus and Orchestra of La Scala, Milan
Conducted by Tullio Serafin
The action takes place in England at a fortress near Plymouth during the Civil War.
Acr 1


Unknown: Carlo Pepoli
Conducted By: Tullio Serafin


in French 17th-Century Painting by L. D. Ettlinger of the Warburg Institute,
University of London
Some reflections on the work of Georges de La Tour and Nicolas Poussin stimulated by the Winter Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, The Age of Louis XIV.


Unknown: L. D. Ettlinger


Acts 2 and 3


'The Embassy to Achilles' from BOOK 9
Translated by Jack Lindsay
Read by Denis McCarthy
Series arranged by D. S. Carne-Ross


Translated By: Jack Lindsay
Read By: Denis McCarthy
Arranged By: D. S. Carne-Ross


Quartet in F minor, Op. 80 played by the Lyra String Quartet:
Granville Casev. John Crossan
John Linn , John Mclnulty


Unknown: Granville Casev.
Unknown: John Crossan
Unknown: John Linn
Unknown: John McLnulty

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