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: THE BONDMAN

by Philip Massinger with Stephen Murray Tony Britton and Nicolette Bernard
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Scene: Syracuse in Sicily, and the adjacent country, c. 340 B.C.
Music by GUY HALAHAN played by the English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Leonard Adapted for radio and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
DURING THE INTERVAL
9.0-9.10* A record of early English music played by the Boyd Neel String Orchestra directed by Thurston Dart

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Massinger
Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: Tony Britton
Unknown: Nicolette Bernard
Music By: Guy Halahan
Conducted By: Lawrence Leonard
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Directed By: Thurston Dart
Timagoras son of the Praetor of Syracuse.: John Pullen
Leosthenes, his friend: Tony Britton
Marullo, a Persian bondman: Stephen Murray
Corisca, a proud wanton lady: June Tobin
Cleon, her husband, a fat impotent Senator: Norman Shelley
Graccuto, their slave: Geoffrey Matthews
Archidamus, Praetor of Syra CUSE.: Austin Trevor
Asotus, son of Cleon: Anthony Hall
Olympia, a rich widow: Olive Sloane
Cleora, daughter of the Praetor of Syracuse: Nicolem Bernard
Timoleon, the general of Corinth: Trevor Martin
Cimbrio a slave: David Valla
Poliphron, slave to Olympia: Donald McKillop
Timandra, sister to Marullo and slave to Cleora: Mary Law
A gaoler: Jonathan Scott

: SCHUBERT

JANET BAKER (contralto) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
Schwanengesang An die Laute
Schwestergruss Die Vogel
Vor meiner Wiege Minnelied
Sehnsucht
Versunken
Last of four fortnightly programmes of Schubert's lesser-known songs

Contributors

Contralto: Janet Baker

: IS 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. Second broadcast

: HAYDN

Concertante in B flat major Op. 84
JANET CRAXTON (oboe)
GEOFFREY GAMBOLD (bassoon) HUGH MAGUIRE (violin) ALEXANDER KOK (cello)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Led by Norman Nelson
Conducted by JAN KRENZ Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Nelson
Conducted By: Jan Krenz








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