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A consideration of the liturgical idea
In four talks and a discussion
2-The Worship of God
The emergence of monotheism in the Old Testament by D. Winton Thomas
Professor of Hebrew
In the University of Cambridge
The national god in his hill-fortress of Jerusalem was defeated and many of his people expatriated. It was exile that enabled some of them to rise to the monotheism of the second Isaiah.


Unknown: D. Winton Thomas


The Sextet Luca Marenzio :
Liliana Rossi (soprano)
Sonia Cutopulo (soprano)
Carlo Tosti (counter-tenor)
Guido Baldi (tenor)
Giacomo Carmi (baritone)
Piero Cavalli (bass)
Amor e ritornato
Zefiro torna
Dono Cinzia a Domone Bi-textual madrigal:
Cedan I'antiche tue vlttorie; Mentre nouvella alma vittoria
Ahi dispietata morte!
Scendi dal Paradiso Venere
Vezzosi augelli


Unknown: Luca Marenzio
Soprano: Liliana Rossi
Soprano: Sonia Cutopulo
Soprano: Carlo Tosti
Tenor: Guido Baldi
Baritone: Giacomo Carmi
Bass: Piero Cavalli


A conversation-piece by Evelyn Waugh
Script and production by Michael Bakewell with Anne Dalliance , Ian Keill
Patricia Leventon. Martina Mayne
Dudy Nimmo. John Webster and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company


Unknown: Evelyn Waugh
Production By: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: Anne Dalliance
Unknown: Ian Keill
Unknown: Patricia Leventon.
Unknown: Martina Mayne
Unknown: Dudy Nimmo.
Unknown: John Webster
Angel: Aubrey Woods
Gilbert Pinfold: Ralph Michael
Mrs Pinfold: Cecile Chevreau
Drake: Wilfrid Grantham
Graves Upton: Norman Claridge
Clergyman: Douglas Storm
Glover: Denys Hawthorne
Captain Steerforth: John Dearth
Mrs Scarfield: Eva Stuart
Mis Bjornetrand: Diana Olsson
Number One: Malcolm Hayes
Goneril ': Sheila Brennan
The General: Norman Shelley
Military Gentleman: Wilfred Babbage
Clutton Corniorth: Derek Birch
Fosker: Charles Hodgson
Margaret: Janette Richer
The General's Wife: Mary O'Farrell
Murdoch: Charles Simon


Hungarian String Quartet: Zoltan Szekely, Alexander Moskowsky Denes Koromzay, Gabor Magyar

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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