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Use Wolf (soprano) Martin Isepp (piano)
Gebet; Widmung; Winterahnung; Im April; Bitte um eincn seligen Tod; Dein Wille , Herr, geschehe; Christkindleins Wicgenlied ; Maiennacht; Wenn die Linde bluht; Waldeinsamkeit; Reiterlied; Brunnensang; Zum Schlafen ; Maria Wiegenlied


Piano: Martin Isepp
Unknown: Dein Wille
Unknown: Christkindleins Wicgenlied
Unknown: Zum Schlafen

: Stephen Murray in ' WASTE '

by Harley Granville-Barker
Adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe
Dr. Wedgccroft (Duncan Mclntyre ); Countess Mortimer (Janet Burnett ); Lady Julia Farrant (Mavis Walker ); Frances Trebell (Grizelda Hervey ); Walter Kent (John Bennett ); Lucy Davenport (Eva Smart); Amy O'Connell (Judy Bailey ); George Farrant (Leslie Perrins); Russell Blackborough (Derek Smith ); Henry Trebell (Stephen Murray ); Lord Charles Canti lupe (Heron Carvic ); Justin O'Connell (Harry Hutchinson ); Cyril Horsham (Richard Williams )
Production by Val Gielgud
(: third broadcast)


Unknown: Harley Granville-Barker
Broadcasting By: Cynthia Pughe
Unknown: Duncan McLntyre
Unknown: Janet Burnett
Unknown: Julia Farrant
Unknown: Mavis Walker
Unknown: Frances Trebell
Unknown: Grizelda Hervey
Unknown: Walter Kent
Unknown: John Bennett
Unknown: Lucy Davenport
Unknown: Amy O'Connell
Unknown: Judy Bailey
Unknown: George Farrant
Unknown: Russell Blackborough
Unknown: Derek Smith
Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: Lord Charles Canti
Unknown: Heron Carvic
Unknown: Justin O'Connell
Unknown: Harry Hutchinson
Unknown: Cyril Horsham
Unknown: Richard Williams
Production By: Val Gielgud


The Douglas Cameron
String Orchestra
(Leader, Sylvia Cleaver )
Conductor, Douglas Cameron


Leader: Sylvia Cleaver
Conductor: Douglas Cameron


Five talks on the Restoration
1-The Church of England by the Very Rev. Norman Sykes
D.Litt., F.B.A.
Dean of Winchester
' The Restoration brought back the Church, the Bishops, and the Prayer Book as integral elements in the traditional order of things in England.' It also brought back an England that all Englishmen could recognise as such-except perhaps the King and his brother.
Professor E. E. Rich on the Navy and Empire: May 23
See also Wednesday at 10.6 followed by an interlude at 8.35


Unknown: Very Rev. Norman Sykes
Unknown: Professor E. E. Rich


'The Barber of Seville'
See panel.


Sonata Concertante, Op. 44 played by Barry Tuckwell (horn)
Ernest Lush (piano)


Horn: Barry Tuckwell


The Poet's Voice including poems by Raymond Garlick , Zulflkar Ghose
Donald Hall , Christopher Hampton
Edward Lucie-Smith
H. W. Massingham , Michell Raper
Peter Redgrove , Vernon Scannell
Anthony Thwaite , Raymond Wilson
Arranged and introduced by George MacBeth and read by the poets themselves


Unknown: Raymond Garlick
Unknown: Zulflkar Ghose
Unknown: Donald Hall
Unknown: Christopher Hampton
Unknown: Edward Lucie-Smith
Unknown: H. W. Massingham
Unknown: Michell Raper
Unknown: Peter Redgrove
Unknown: Vernon Scannell
Unknown: Anthony Thwaite
Unknown: Raymond Wilson
Introduced By: George MacBeth

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