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: THE WORLD OF INDUSTRY

A monthly series of talks on industrial affairs
On Being the Base Load by P. H. Frankel
It is assumed that power stations fuelled by atomic energy will be continuously employed-in other words, will cover the base load-and that conventional power stations will have to take the ups and downs of demand in their stride. Dr. Frankel analyses this assumption and traces similar tendencies towards favoured treatment in other fields.

Contributors

Unknown: P. H. Frankel

: WANDA LANDOWSKA

(died August 15, 1959)
Bach Aria with thirty variations
(Goldberg Variations) on a gramophone record
Wanda Landowska made this famous harpsichord recording in France in 1933.

Contributors

Unknown: Bach Aria
Unknown: Wanda Landowska

: Roger Livesey with Laurence Payne and Oliver Johnston in 'DON JUAN'

by Henry de Montherlant
English version by Robert Baldick and and Other parts played by members of the cast
Music composed by Manuel Lazareno
Guitarist,Freddie Phillips
Radio adaptation and production by H. B. Fortuin

Contributors

Unknown: Henry de Montherlant
Unknown: Robert Baldick
Composed By: Manuel Lazareno
Guitarist: Freddie Phillips
Production By: H. B. Fortuin
Don Juan: Roger Livesey
Alcacer, his son: Laurence Payne
Don Basil: Godfrey Kenton
A Young Lady: Jane Jordan Rogers
Linda: Hilda Schroder
Three Carnavaleros... Leigh Crutchley,: John Bennett,
Three Carnavaleros... Leigh Crutchley,: John Scott
The Commander: Oliver Johnston
The Marquis: Richard Williams
The Countess: Gladys Spencer
The Widow: Kathleen Helme
The Three Authorities on Don Juan: John Bennett
The Three Authorities on Don Juan: Keith Williams,
The Three Authorities on Don Juan: Edgar Norfolk
Ana de Uiloa: Mary Manson

: VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

Ten Blake Songs for tenor and oboe
Infant joy; A poison tree; The piper; London; The lamb; The Shepherd: Ah! Sun-flower: Cruelty has a human heart; The Divine Image; Eternity sung by Wilfred Brown (tenor) with Janet Craxton (oboe)

Contributors

Unknown: Ten Blake
Tenor: Wilfred Brown
Oboe: Janet Craxton








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