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: CONVERSATIONS WITH MY YOUNGER SELF

by William Plomer
Produced by CHRISTOPHER SYKES Third broadcast
Interpretation of man to man is the basis of William Plomer 's writing. In this broadcast he succeeds in autobiography by the device of interpreting hit past to his present.

Contributors

Unknown: William Plomer
Produced By: Christopher Sykes
Unknown: William Plomer
Older Self: William Plomer
Younger Self: Dents McCarthy

: MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH

(cello) and the TONKUNSTLER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by HANS SWAROWSKY
Part 1
Recording made available by courtesy of Oesterretchischer Rundfunk

Contributors

Conducted By: Hans Swarowsky

: MARIE RAMBERT

on Dancing as an Independent Art While never envisaging the super-cession of ballet as we have jt now. Dame Marie hopes that dancing without music will develop in the future: truly original, not tied to musical rhythms, as confidently abstract as is abstract painting.

: ROSTROPOVICH

Part 2

: PARADISE LOST

by John Milton abridged for radio in thirteen parts by R. D. Smith
Book 3 Reader, Michael Redgrav *
God sitting on his Throne sees Satan flying towards this World, then newly created; shews him to the Son who sat at his right hand. ... The Son of God freely offers himself a Ransome for Man.
Michael Redgrave is appearing in ' Out of Bounds ' at Wyndham'Theatre, London

Contributors

Unknown: John Milton
Reader: Michael Redgrav
Unknown: Michael Redgrave

: Closedown









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