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: HESSIAN RADIO ORCHESTRA

withFRANZ CRASS (baritone)
Conducted by WINFRIED ZILLIG Part 1

Contributors

Baritone: Franz Crass
Conducted By: Winfried Zillig

: CIRCULATION AND REVOLUTION

by MARJORIE GRENE
Lecturer in Philosophy,
The Queen's University, Belfast
Harvey's work on the circulation of the blood led him into a bitter controversy with Descartes — one of the classic examples of scientific controversy. But this was not a simple case of radical versus reactionary: both adversaries thought they were fighting misguided tradition. Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Marjorie Grene

: HESSIAN RADIO ORCHESTRA

Part 2
Recording made available by courtesy of the Hessischer Rundfunk. Frankfurt

: PARADISE LOST

by John Milton abridged for radio in thirteen parts by R. D. SMITH
Book 4 part 2 tReader. Robert Harris
Gabriel appoints two strong Angels to Adams Bower , least the evil spirit should be there doing some harm to Adam or Eve sleeping; there they find him at the ear of Eve, tempting her in a dream.

Contributors

Unknown: John Milton
Unknown: R. D. Smith
Unknown: Robert Harris
Unknown: Adams Bower

: MOZART AND FRICKER

DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
Last of three programmes Including Mozart's ' King of Prussia Quartets

: JORGES LUIS BORGES

tin conversation with J. M. COHEN
The publication of Borges's Ficciones last year established him as one of the leading short-story writers of the century. Senor Borges discusses the main themes of his work in relation to a number of English writers who have interested him, including Kipling, Roy (Campbell, and Robert Graves.

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Cohen
Unknown: Senor Borges
Unknown: Robert Graves.

: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA

by William Shakespeare with members of the BBC Drama Rrpertory Company Music composed by GEOFFREY WRIGHT Produced by PETER WATTS Originally broadcast In 1959
A performance of Walton's opera, from Covent Garden: Monday at 7.30
DURING the INTERVAL
9.30-9.40* A record of the second movement of Bliss's Music for Strings, played by the Philharmonia Orchestra. conducted by the composer

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Prologue: George Hagan
Troilus, young son to Priam,king of Troy: Jonathan Scott
Pandarus, uncle to Cressida: Carleton Hobbs
Aeneas, a Trojan noble: Godfrey Kenton
Cressida, daughter to Calchas: Denise Brker
Alexander, her man: Richard Williams
Boy Troilus' page: Nicky Edmett
Agamemnon, leader of the Creeks: Jeffrey Segal
Ulysses king of Ithaca: John Glen
Menelaus, king of Sparta, hus band to Helen: John Cazabon
Nestor, an old king: Stephen Jack
Thersites, a scurrilous Greek: Malcolm Hayes
Ajax, a Grecian lord: Francis de Wolff
Achilles, a Grecian lord in dudgeon: Trevor Martin
Patroclus, his friend: David March
Priam, king of Troy: Eric Anderson
Hector, his eldest son: Valentine Dyall
Helenus, a priest, son to Priam: Frederick Treves
Cassandra, a prophetess,daughter to Priam: Beryl Calder
Paris, son to Priam: John Westbrook
Diomed, a Grecian lord: John Hollis
Helen, wife to Menelaus: Jane Jordan Rogers
Calchas a priest, father to Cressida: Wilfrid Grantham
Andromache, wife to Hector: Molly Rankin
Margarelon, a bastard son to Priam: Rolf Lefebvre

: Closedown









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