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: NOT A DRUM WAS HEARD

The War Memoirs of General Gland by Henry Reed
Deryck Guyler as Gen. Gland and
Hilda Tablet 's Rangoon Murch realised by DONALD SWANN
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON t Fourth broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Reed
Unknown: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: Hilda Tablet
Unknown: Rangoon Murch
Unknown: Donald Swann
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
BBC Interviewers: Michael Flanders
BBC Interviewers: Dorothy Primrose
BBC Interviewers: Frank Duncan
Herbert Reeve: Hugh Burden
Hilda Tablet: Mary O'Farrell
Elsa Strauss: Marjorie Westbury
Stephen Shewin: Cakleton Hobbs
Russian Interrogators: Michael Flanders
Russian Interrogators: Donald Swann
Graham Stitch: John Bryning
Roger Mayhap-Wetherby: Eric Phillips
Hugh Parkinson-Warlock: Nicholas Meredith

: BACH

Book 2 of the ' 48 Six Preludes and Fugues No. 15. in G major No. 2. in (' minor No. 12, in F minor
No. 3, in C sharp major No. 2(1. in A minor No. 9, in E major
JAMES FRISKIN (piano)
†Last of four programmes In which
James Friskin has played all Book 2 of the 4 48 '

Contributors

Unknown: James Friskin

: Our Three Senses

by O.E. Lowenstein, F.R.S., Mason Professor of Zoology and Comparative Physiology, University of Birmingham
How many types of senses do we have, and how do they work? Recent research is answering these questions, but it is also uncovering a central problem.

Contributors

Speaker: O.E. Lowenstein

: NONO AND SCHOENBERG

ILSE HOLLWEG tsoprano)
EVA BORNEMANN (contralto) FRIEDRICH LENZ (tenor)
HANS-HERBERT FIEDLER (speaker)
COLOGNE RADIO
CHORUS AND SYMPHONY Orchestra conducted by HANS ROSBAUD
Recording made available by courtesy of Westdeutscher Rundfuuk

Contributors

Unknown: Ilse Hollweg
Contralto: Eva Bornemann
Tenor: Friedrich Lenz
Tenor: Hans-Herbert Fiedler
Conducted By: Hans Rosbaud








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