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: Earl Cameron, Lloyd Reckord and Barbara Assoon in 'THE UNIVERSITY OF HUNGER'

by Jan Carew and Sylvia Wynter
Other parts played bv
Jan Carew. Andrew Salkey and Gordon Woolford
The action of the play takes place in British Guiana
Produced by Charles Lefeaux


Unknown: Jan Carew
Unknown: Sylvia Wynter
Unknown: Jan Carew.
Unknown: Andrew Salkey
Unknown: Gordon Woolford
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Jojo: Thomas Baptiste
Sutlej: Earl Cameron
Van de Kruze: Leo Carera
Smallboy Dowling: Lloyd Reckord
Gopal: Christopher Carlos
Mrs Dowling: Pauline Henriques
Dolly Greene: Barbara Assoon
Calypso Stinger: Fitzroy Coleman


Irmgard Seefried (soprano)
Erik Werba (piano)
In der Fremde; Waldesgesprach; Die
Stille; Wehmut; Fruhlingsnacht (Liederkreis, Op. 39)
Lotosblume Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen Dein Angesicht
Mit Myrthen und Rosen Auftrage
Der Nussbaum Stille Triinen


Soprano: Irmgard Seefried
Piano: Erik Werba
Unknown: Lotosblume Anfangs
Unknown: Dein Angesicht
Unknown: Mit Myrthen
Unknown: Rosen Auftrage
Unknown: Stille Triinen


PHILIPPE SOUPAULT , Surrealist poet and co-author with Andre Breton of Les Champs Magnétiques, the first ma)or work in the Surrealist canon, answers (in French) questions put to him by Olivier Todd.
This is the third of six programmes from the recent series Art—Ami-Art which will be repeated during the next few weeks.
(: second broadcast)


Unknown: Philippe Soupault
Unknown: Andre Breton
Unknown: Olivier Todd.


played by Karl Scheit (guitar)


Played By: Karl Scheit

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