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: PIANO RECITAL

by France Clidat

Contributors

Unknown: France Clidat

: THE MADRAS HOUSE

by HARLEY GRANVILLE-BARKER Adapted by Cynthia Pughe with Sebastian Shaw and Malcolm Keen
Production by VAL GIELGUD
: second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (6.35-6.45 app.) Svyatoslav Richter (piano) playing three Rachmaninov Preludes on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Harley Granville-Barker
Adapted By: Cynthia Pughe
Unknown: Sebastian Shaw
Unknown: Malcolm Keen
Production By: Val Gielgud
Philip Madras: Sebastian Shaw
Henry Huxtable: Julian Somers
Katherine Huxtable: Ella Milne
Laura Huxtable: Valerie Hanson
Emma Huxtable: Eva Stuart
Jane Huxtable: Penelope Lee
Major Hippisly Thomas: Harvey Ashby
Jessica Madras: Brenda Kaye
Constantine Madras: Malcolm Keen
Amelia Madras: Mary O'Farrell
Eustace Perrin State: John Glen
Marion Yates: Diana Olsson
Mr Brigstock: Norman Claridge
Mrs Brigstock: Mary Wimbush
Miss Chancellor: Gladys Spencer
Mr Belhaven: Frank Atkinson
Alice: Nerys Kerfoot

: DER RING DES NIBELUNGEN

Das Rheingold
Music-drama in four scenes by WAGNER sung in German

: R. H. TAWNEY

by Maurice Shock
Fellow of University College, Oxford Maurice Shock considers the contribution to Labour thought of Professor R. H. Tawney , whose eightieth birthday is this week.
Originally given in the series The Intel' lectuals and the Labour Movement
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: R. H. Tawney

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