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: Gladys Young and Trevor Martin in 'ONE FLESH'

(' Carne Unica ') by Silvio Giovaninetti
Translated and adapted for radio by Henry Reed
The time is the present, and the scene throughout is the public square in a mountain village in northern Italy.
Produced by Peter Watts


Unknown: Silvio Giovaninetti
Unknown: Henry Reed
Produced By: Peter Watts
Donata: Gladys Young
Fabio, her son, a lawyer: Trevor Martin
Speranza: Joan Hart
Ciancia, her son, a schoolmaster: Frank Duncan
Carla: Gwen Cherrell
Brusco, a farmer: Hamilton Dyce
Cornetta, the local surveyor: Howieson Culff
Nando, the innkeeper: John Bennett
Prudenza: Freda Dowie
A Detective Inspector: Eric Anderson


Aase Nordmo Lovberg
Frederick Stone (piano)
Song-Cycle : Haugtussa
Dot Syng (Allurement); Veslemoy (The mountain maid); Blabaerli (Bilberry slopes); Mete (Meeting); Elsk (Love); Killingdans (Kid-dance); Vond Dag (Evil day); Ved Gjaetlebekken (The mountain brook)
En Svane (A swan)
Lys Nat (Light night)
Langs ei aa (By the riverside)
The first of three programmes


Piano: Frederick Stone


In a series of seven programmes classical scholars and archaeologists examine the light thrown by increased archaeological and linguistic knowledge on the question of how fifth-century Greece developed those features that set it apart from earlier and contemporary civilisations.
1-The Question of Continuity
R. A. CROSSLAND , Professor of Greek in the University of Sheffield, considers the possibility of cultural survivals from the end of Mycenae to the first classical Greek dties.
New Thoughts on the Homeric Epics, by T. B. L. Webster : July 8


Unknown: R. A. Crossland
Unknown: T. B. L. Webster

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