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(' Dialogues des Carmélites ')
See foot of page and page 3
Acr 1
Scene 1: The library of the Marquis de la
Force: April 1789
Scene 2: The parlour of the Carmelite convent at Compiegne: some weeks later
Scene 3: The tower within the convent
Scene 4: A cell in the Infirmary


NINETTA JUCKER , Rome correspondent of the Manchester Guardian, who has recently spent some time in the Po Delta area, talks about the economic development of this lovely but desolate region.


Unknown: Ninetta Jucker


Scene 1: The convent chapel Interlude
Scene 2: The chapter house Interlude
Scene 3: The parlour of the convent Scene 4: The sacristy


A legend of the Arawak Indians
Retold and introduced by Jan Carew
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 26)


Introduced By: Jan Carew


Acr 3
Scene 1: The chapel Interlude
Scene 2: The library of the Marquis de la Force
Interlude: A street near the Bastille
Scene 3- A cell in the Conciergerit, Paris Interlude
Scene 4: In the Place de la Revolution


by Graham Hough
This is the second of two talks originally broadcast to mark the centenary of Conrad's birth.
(The recorded broadcast of Dec, 20)


Unknown: Graham Hough

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