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: HINDEMITH AND SCHUBERT

tNETHERLANDS
STRING QUARTET:
Nap de Klijn (violin)
Jaap Schroder (violin)
Paul Godwin (viola)
Carel Boomkamp (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Jaap Schroder
Viola: Paul Godwin
Cello: Carel Boomkamp

: THE RIVALS

by Richard Brinsley Sheridan with Fay Compton and Baliol Holloway
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by Anne Prime. Norman Wynne and Leigh Crutchley
Produced by R. D. SMITH Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Unknown: Fay Compton
Played By: Anne Prime.
Played By: Norman Wynne
Played By: Leigh Crutchley
Produced By: R. D. Smith
Presenter: Leigh Crutchley
Fag: John Dearth
Thomas: John Hollis
Lucy: Betty Linton
Lydia Languish: Fenella Fielding
Julia: Gwen Cherrill
Mrs Malaprop: Fay Compton
Sir Anthony Absolute: Baliol Holloway
Captain Absotute: Hugh Burden
Faulkland: Anthony Jacobs
Bob Acres: Jeffrey Gardiner
Sir Lucius O'Trigger: Rio Fanning
David: Jon Rollason

: RECITAL

† NORMAN SHETLF. R (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Shetlf.

: LITERARY CRITICISM

Where do we go from here? Two talks by ALLAN RODWAY
Reader in English Literature, University of Nottingham 2: Pointers
Mr. Rodway illustrates a method of criticising the two aspects of a literary work
' which he calls ' texture ' and 'structure.' For the first his example is the ' dance of syntax ' in Augustan poetry: for the second, the use of symbolism in Joyce and Golding.

: The Weird Ones

A selection of poems from books published in the United States in 1961 by Philip Booth, Alan Dugan, John Holmes, David Ignatow, Carolyn Kizer, Robert Lowell, Richard Wilbur, John Woods
Arranged and introduced by Donald Hall and read by Donald Hall, Basil Langton, Sylvia Plath and John Hall Wheelock

Contributors

Author: Philip Booth
Author: Alan Dugan
Author: John Holmes
Author: David Ignatow
Author: Carolyn Kizer
Author: Robert Lowell
Author: Richard Wilbur
Author: John Woods
Arranged and introduced by: Donald Hall
Reader: Donald Hall
Reader: Basil Langton
Reader: Sylvia Plath
Reader: John Hall Wheelock

: PURCELL

MUSICA ANTICA E NUOVA
Director, CELIA BIZONY
DUNCAN ROBERTSON (tenor) CARL PINI (violin)
PENELOPE HOWARD (violin) JAMES CHRISTIE (Cello)
CELIA BIZONY (harpsichord)
Trio-Sonata No. 1, in B minor Aeolus's song (The Tempest) Pious Celinda
Not all my torments Love quickly is pall'd Here let my life
Trio-Sonata No. 4, in D minor Sixth of thirteen programmes including Purcell's trio-sonatas
Next programme : November 11

Contributors

Director: Celia Bizony
Tenor: Duncan Robertson
Violin: Penelope Howard
Cello: James Christie
Harpsichord: Celia Bizony
Unknown: Pious Celinda

: PAINTER AS PROMETHEUS

ANDREW Forge talks about the work of Oskar Kokoschka in the light of the retrospective exhibition at the Tate Gallery Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Oskar Kokoschka

: Closedown









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