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: HUNGARIAN STATE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Leader, Vilmos Tatrai
Conductor, JANOS FERENCSIK
From the City Hall. Newcastle upon Tyne
Part 1

Contributors

Conductor: Janos Ferencsik

: * 'S YOUR PYRAMID REALLY NECESSARY?

by C. Fleetwood- Walker
Pyramids have become fashionable in recent buildings along with an increasing use by architects of other simple solids. The speaker, architect and senior lecturer at the Birmingham College of Art, considers that this emphasis on solid geometry inhibits true architectural expression.

: TOO OLD FOR DONKEYS

by Rhys Adrian
This radio play by the author of Betsie and The Bridge is set in Euston station in the* early hours of a Sunday morning. Two Charlies (one drunk), Arthur, and Henry, a boy of seventeen, are waiting for their train home to the North. A girl passes by ... Other parts played by members of the BBC
Drama Repertory Company Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Rhys Adrian
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Barman: Kenneth Hyde
Landlord: George Hagan
Henry: Ronald Lacey
Arthur: Ronald Baddiley
Big Charlie: Harry Town
Anne: Ann Lynx








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