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: NEW COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts This edition is devoted to
English Beat Poetry and includes:
Michael Horovitz , editor of New Departures, in conversation with John Kowan
An anthology of poems by Pete Brown , Harry Fainlight , Anselm Hollo , and Adrian Mitchell read by the authors themselves Introduced by George MacBeth

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Horovitz
Unknown: John Kowan
Unknown: Pete Brown
Unknown: Harry Fainlight
Unknown: Anselm Hollo
Unknown: Adrian Mitchell
Introduced By: George MacBeth

: THE BEAUX' STRATAGEM

by GEORGE FARQUHAR 1677-1707 with Pauline Jameson. Wendy Craig John Glen , John Humphry
First acted at the Queen's Theatre in the Hay-Market by Her Majesty's Sworn Comedians Characters in order of speaking:
The action falls between a Saturday midnight and a Monday's dawn in the year 1707, at Lichfield in Staffordshire Music composed by Stephen Dodgson played by the Sinfonia of London conducted by John Hollingsworth Radio adaptation and production by RAYMOND RAIKES

Contributors

Unknown: George Farquhar
Unknown: Pauline Jameson.
Unknown: Wendy Craig
Unknown: John Glen
Unknown: John Humphry
Composed By: Stephen Dodgson
Conducted By: John Hollingsworth
Production By: Raymond Raikes
Boniface, landlord of the inn: Hamlyn Benson
Cherry, his daughter: Barbara Mitchell
Gentlemen of broken fortunes, the first as master, the second as servant: Tom Aimwell: John Glen
Frank Archer: John Humphry
Dorinda, Lady Bountiful's daughter: Wendy Craig
Mrs Sullen, Lady Bountiful's daughter-in-law: Pauline Jameson
Squire Sullen, a country blockhead, brutal to his wife: George Hagan
Scrubb, his servant: Hugh Dickson
Gibbet, a highwayman: William Eedle
Gipsy, maid to the ladies: Gudrun Ure
A countrywoman: Gladys Spencer
Lady Bountiful, a country gentle-woman, foolishly fond of her son Sullen: June Tobin
Companions of Gibbet: Hounslow: Stanley Lebor
Companions of Gibbet: Bagshot: Haydn Jones
Sir Charles Freeman, a gentleman from London: Philip Leaver

: BARTOK'S VIOLIN SONATAS

George Pauk (violin) Peter Frankl (piano)
: second broadcast
This is the first of three programmes, originally broadcast in 1961, including all Bartok's violin sonatas.

Contributors

Violin: George Pauk
Piano: Peter Frankl








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