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: Esm* Percy and Vivienne Chatterton in 'RETURN TO NAPLES '

by Henry Reed
Production by Douglas Cleverdon with JAMES MCKECHNIE as Narrator
' To see them again would be something more than a mere return; joined with the hope of rediscovering something lost was the fear that it might never be found again ...'
(Eighth broadcast of the programme originallv heard in 1950: the revised production of 1953)

Contributors

Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: James McKechnie
Henrv: Derek Hart
Mother: Vivienne Chatterton
Father: Esmé Percy
Bruno: David Spenser
Alberto. as a boy: Anthony Valentine
as a young man: David Page
Leo. as a boy: Colin Campbell
as a young man: Robert Rtetty
Simone: Glyn Dearman

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Aeolian String Quartet: Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola) Derek Simpson (cello) with Gwynne Edwards (viola)
Second of two programmes

Contributors

Violin: Sydney Humphreys
Violin: Trevor Williams
Viola: Watson Forbes
Cello: Derek Simpson
Viola: Gwynne Edwards

: THE DECLINE OF SYMBOLS

by the Rev. Gilbert Cope
Tutor in Theology in the Department of Extra-Mural Studies,
University of Birmingham
In his book Symbolism in the Bible and the Church Gilbert Cope has described and analysed the function of svmbols in the Christian religion. His purpose in this talk is to examine the present status of certain religious symbols and to consider whether genuine innovations are possible.
(: second broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Gilbert Cope

: BACH

CANTATA: Amore, tradltore
Thomas Hemsley (baritone)
Geraint Jones (harpsichord)
(: second broadcast)

Contributors

Baritone: Thomas Hemsley
Harpsichord: Geraint Jones








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