or The Sick Lady's Cure
A comedy by Colley Cibber and others with Fenella Fielding John Westbrook
June Tobin. Jane Wenham
Adapted for radio and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES Third broadcast
Sir Solomon Sadlife:
Supple, his man:
Clarinda, niece to Sir Solomon:
Sylvia, her cousin:
Wishwell, Lady Sadlifes woman:
Situp, her WOMan:
Finder, man to Atall:
Old Mr Wilful:
Sir Harry Atall:
(mezzo-soprano) FELIX LAVILLA (piano)
Sono unite a tormentarml Voglio amar Handel
Verdi prati (Alcina)
Dass sie hier gewesen Die Post
Herr, was tragt der Boden hicr?
In dem Schatten meiner
Ich atmet' einen linden Duft Liebst du um Schonheit Hans und Grethe Guridi
No quiero tus avellanas; Jota
(Six Castilian songs)
Given before an Invited audience In the Concert Hall. Broadcasting House. London.
Requests for tickets should be sent to [address removed]enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
by WALTER ULLMAN
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
The gasp of horror evoked by mention of the Inquisition is not good history. The Middle Ages were not modem or liberal. Heresy constituted a desperately serious question to medieval man. The Inquisition was an attempt to meet it by legal and rational methods. Second broadcast
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