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by Diego Fabbri
Translated by Peggy Craig and H. A. L. Craig
Production by Michael Bakewell (The recorded broadcast of Dec. 7)
Inquisizione, by the contemporary Italian writer Diego Fabbri , is the first of his plays to be produced in this country. The setting is a mountain sanctuary where sufferers seek miraculous cures for their hearts as well as for bodily ills.


Unknown: Diego Fabbri
Translated By: Peggy Craig
Translated By: H. A. L. Craig
Production By: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: Diego Fabbri
The Abbot: John Laurie
Don Sergio: William Squire
Renato: Hugh Burden
Angela: Margaret Whiting


Colin Kingsley (piano)
April Cantelo (soprano)
Amici String Quartet:
Lionel Bentley , Sylvia Cleaver
Harold Harriott Joy Hall


Piano: Colin Kingsley
Soprano: April Cantelo
Unknown: Lionel Bentley
Unknown: Sylvia Cleaver
Unknown: Harold Harriott Joy Hall


by Alastair Maclntyre
Lecturer in Philosophy
In the University of Leeds
Mr. Maclntyre, whose view is that Pasternak is in many ways a Marxist author, draws some parallels between the young Hegelian Marx and Dr. Zhivago.
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 27)


Unknown: Alastair MacLntyre
Unknown: Hegelian Marx

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