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: THE RABBITER

A short story by Judith Wright read by Bruce Stewart
: second broadcast

Contributors

Story By: Judith Wright
Read By: Bruce Stewart

: BARTOK AND BACH

Andor Foldes (piano)
Concerto in the Italian style......Bach Ten Easy Pieces Bartok Free variations
Subject and reflection
From the diary of a fly Divided arpeggios
Seventh of twelve programmes to include most of Bartok's piano works
Sketches, Op. 9, Three Hungarian Folk Sones. Three Rondos and Sonatina, played by Andor Foldes: January 22

: LET'S GO YELLOW

by LOUIS MACNEICE
David Enders , Malcolm Hayes in the story of a reporter in a world of doublethink
Guitarist, Tommy Eytle
Production by Louis MacNeice
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: David Enders
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Guitarist: Tommy Eytle
Production By: Louis MacNeice
The Editor: Malcolm Hayes
The News Editor: Norman Wynne
The Diary Editor: John Gabriel
The Advertising Manager: John Sharp
The Lawyer: Duncan McLntyre
The Camera Man...: Denys Hawthorne
Haman: David Enders
George: Jon Rollason
Champers: Penelope Lee
Lady Klotz: Grizelda Hervey
Velma: Barbara Assoon

: HANNS EISLER

Deutsche Symfonie first performance in this country
Irmgard Arnold (mezzo-soprano)
Otakar Kraua (baritone)
Forbes Robinson (bass)
Rudolf Offenbach (speaker)
Walter Hertner (speaker)
BBC Chorus
BBC Choral Society
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Leader, Raymond Cohen
Conducted by Lawrence Leonard
The texts are taken from Bertolt Brecht and are mostly concerned with the evils of Nazism and militarism.
Otakar Kraus and Forbes Robinson broadcast by permission of the General Administrator of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ltd.
See page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Deutsche Symfonie
Mezzo-Soprano: Irmgard Arnold
Baritone: Otakar Kraua
Bass: Forbes Robinson
Bass: Rudolf Offenbach
Unknown: Walter Hertner
Leader: Raymond Cohen
Conducted By: Lawrence Leonard
Unknown: Otakar Kraus
Unknown: Forbes Robinson

: CHARGES AGAINST CHRISTIANITY

by John Elsom
' Is it true that Christians have invented a series of stock moral reactions to life which prevent them from seeing the situation as it is? ' John Elsom thinks they have. He makes other charges also.

Contributors

Unknown: John Elsom
Unknown: John Elsom

: MUSIC FROM TIBET

Two illustrated talks by Peter Crossley-Holland
1. The Lamaist Monasteries
Peter Crossley-Holland recently visited the Himalayas where he stayed among the Tibetan communities in Little Tibet (Ladak), Sikkim, and West Bengal. He has made a special study of the instrumental and vocal music both in the monasteries and among the people and has brought back recordings which throw new light on their ancient culture.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Crossley-Holland

: BEETHOVEN AND RAWSTHORNE

played by the Robert Masters String Trio Robert Masters (violin) Nannie Jamieson (viola) Muriel Taylor (cello) with Jack Brymer (clarinet)
The second of a series of concerts including contemporary British chamber music
Maconchy's Theme and Variations and Kodaly's Duo, Op. 7: January 16

Contributors

Viola: Nannie Jamieson
Cello: Muriel Taylor
Clarinet: Jack Brymer

: Closedown









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