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: ORPHEUS

The setting is post-war Europe; the theme, the encounter be tween poet and death. A film script by Jean Coctea u
Translated and adapted for radio by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with Hugh Burden
Muriel Pavlow
Catherine Dolan
Robert Rietty
Other parts played by Adrian Brine , Jeanne le Bars Fiona Nicholson
Elisabeth Proud. Gillian Webb and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Third broadcast

Contributors

Script By: Jean Coctea
Unknown: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: Muriel Pavlow
Unknown: Catherine Dolan
Unknown: Robert Rietty
Played By: Adrian Brine
Played By: Jeanne Le Bars
Played By: Fiona Nicholson
Unknown: Elisabeth Proud.
Unknown: Gillian Webb
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Aglaonice: Sheila Brennan
Orpheus: Hugh Burden
The Princess: Catherine Dolan
Heurtebise: Robert Rietty
Cegeste: Christopher Guinee
Neanthus: Anthony Jacobs
Chief of Police: Derek Blomfield
Eurydice: Muriel Pavlow
Reporter: Donald McKillop
First Judge: Derek Birch
Second Judge: Lewis Stringer
Third Judge: Michael Burrell

: SCHUTZ

St. Matthew Passion sung by DIETRICH FISCHER -DIESKAU baritone as The Evangelist with INGRID SCHULZ and LORE FISCHER-DIESKAU soprano
HANS-DIETER RODEWALD and HARRY DSCHITZKI tenor
JOHANNES RICHTER and UDO STEINHAUSER bass
THE Hugo DISTLER CHOIR
Conducted by Klaus FISCHER-DIESKAU on a gramophone record

Contributors

Sung By: Dietrich Fischer
Unknown: Ingrid Schulz
Soprano: Hans-Dieter Rodewald
Tenor: Harry Dschitzki
Tenor: Johannes Richter
Bass: Udo Steinhauser
Conducted By: Klaus Fischer-Dieskau

: 5 THE NOVEL AS MERE PROSE

by STUART HAMPSHIRE
Professor of Philosophy in the University of London
Professor Hampshire speaks on the Marxist critic Georg Lukas, whose book The Historical Novel has recently been published in this country. Second broadcast








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