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: Clifford Evans in ' TABLE-TALK '

A radio play on the theme of the Odyssey by Walter Jens
Translated from the German by Michael Bullock
Production by Christopher Sykes
Details as Thursday at 8.55

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Jens
Unknown: Michael Bullock
Production By: Christopher Sykes

: THE STRAUSS-HOFMANNSTHAL CORRESPONDENCE

Letters between the composer and the librettist during the writIng and composition of Arabella
Translated by Hanns Hammelmann and Ewald Osers
Read by Leslie Stokes

Contributors

Translated By: Hanns Hammelmann
Unknown: Ewald Osers
Read By: Leslie Stokes

: 'ARABELLA'

Opera in three acts
See foot of page and page 6 Act 1: A private drawing-room in a residential hotel

: PROSPECT

A review of current questions in architecture and planning
Tokyo: Tradition and Turmoil by Noel Moffett A.R.I.B.A., A.M.T.P.I.
Mr. Moffett speaks about the attempt of some Japanese architects to serve traditional purposes by modern design and structures. He reflects also on the extraordinary problems of planning, without compulsory purchase powers, a city that is expected to treble its population within twenty years.

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Moffett A.R.I.B.A., A.M.T.P.I.

: 'ARABELLA'

Acr 2: A public ballroom

: THE ILIAD

' The Burial of Patroclus '
Book 23, lines 1-258
Translated by C. A. Trypanis
Read by Denis McCarthy
Berles arranged by D. S. Came-Ross
Eleventh of twelve readings from Homer's Iliad in new translations by different hands.

Contributors

Translated By: C. A. Trypanis
Read By: Denis McCarthy
Arranged By: D. S. Came-Ross

: " ARABELLA

Acr 3: The hall and staircase of the hotel

: JOINT CONSULTATION OVERHEARD

An actual joint consultation meeting recorded at the Stockport works of a large diesel-engine manufacturer
This programme aroused considerable controversy when first broadcast in the Home Service last November. Some people thought it the most authentic radio they had ever heard; others that it was so authentic as to be almost unintelligible. Those who missed the original broadcast may like this opportunity to decide for themselves.
Introduced by Kenneth Harris

Contributors

Introduced By: Kenneth Harris








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