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: A CONCERT

THE MARTINDALE SIDWELL CHOIR
THE PHILIP JONES WIND ENSEMBLE
Conducted by MARTINDALE SIDWELL From a public concert presented by the St. Clement Danes Music Society at St. Clement Danes. London, on July 17.

Contributors

Conducted By: Martindale Sidwell

: CONVERSATIONS FROM NEW COMMENT

A selection of excerpts from interviews and discussions broadcast during the past six months, including: John Betjeman and ANTHONY THWAITE
Peter Brook and JOHN BOWEN with ERIC RHODE
Cornelius Cardew and HANS KELLER
Ivon Hitchens and T. G. ROSENTHAL
Joseph Losey and PAUL MAYERSBERG
Micheal Mac Liammdir and JOSEPH HONE
Harold Pinter and LAURENCE KITCHIN with PAUL MAYERSBERG Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown: John Betjeman
Unknown: Anthony Thwaite
Unknown: Peter Brook
Unknown: John Bowen
Unknown: Eric Rhode
Unknown: Cornelius Cardew
Unknown: Hans Keller
Unknown: Ivon Hitchens
Unknown: T. G. Rosenthal
Unknown: Joseph Losey
Unknown: Paul Mayersberg
Unknown: Micheal Mac Liammdir
Unknown: Harold Pinter
Unknown: Laurence Kitchin
Unknown: Paul Mayersberg
Introduced By: George MacBeth

: BACH

Three Preludes and Fugues
E flat major
C sharp minor D major
(Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1)
Partita No. 4, in D major played by STEPHEN Bishop (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Stephen Bishop

: IMPERIAL SUNSET

The transformation of Britain's world outlook in the 20th century MAX BELOFF , Gladstone Profes sor of Government and Public Administration in the University of Oxford, says:
'Within the space of a single lifetime Britain has been transformed from being the centre and power-house of a world empire into an unsuccessful candidate for admission to an embryonic federation of Western Europe. How did this happen?'
In this talk Professor Beloff explains the theme of his present research and how he is setting about his task.

Contributors

Unknown: Max Beloff
Unknown: Gladstone Profes

: PLATONOV

by Anton Chekhov
Newly translated and abridged for radio by DAVID MAGARSHACK with Richard Pasco as PlatonoT
Norman Rossington
Catherine Dolan
Shirley Anne Field
Life, my dear sir ... What is life! I'll tell you what it is. When a man is born he can choose one of three roads. There are no others. If he takes the rood to the right, the wolves will eat him up. It he takes the road to the left, he will eat up the wolves. And if he takes the road straight ahead ol him, he'll eat himself up.
Pianist, Frederick Stone
Violinist, Carl Pint
Production by H. B. FORTUIN Second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL
9.45-9.55* A record of Fiedermaus Quadrille (Strauss) played by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Willi Boskovsky

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Chekhov
Unknown: David Magarshack
Unknown: Richard Pasco
Unknown: Norman Rossington
Unknown: Catherine Dolan
Unknown: Shirley Anne Field
Production By: H. B. Fortuin
Conducted By: Willi Boskovsky
Nicholas Triletsky: Norman Rossington
Anna Voynitsev, a General's young widow.: Catherine Dolan
Sergey Voynitsev, Anna's step-son.: David Spenser
Porfiry Glagolyev, a landowner, neighbour of the Voynitsevs: Ralph Truman
Timofey Bugrov, a merchant: Declan Mulholland
Michael Platonov, a village teacher: Richard Pasco
Colonel Triletsky's daughter: Eva Stuart
Ivan Triletsky, a retired Colonel.: John Richmond
Abram Vengerovich: Bob Grant
Gerasim Petrin, a neighbouring landowner..: John Ruddock
Mary Grekov, a giri of twenty: Josephine Stuart
Sophia Voynitsev, wife of Sergey....: .Shirley Anne Field
Osip, a horse thief: Reginald Jessup
Cyril Glagolyev, Porfiry's son: Frederick Treves
Yakov, a servant: Andrew Sachs
Marko, a court beadle: Timothy Harley
Guests .: Petronella Barker
Guests .: Shirley Cooklin,
Guests .: Kevin Flood
Guests .: Alan Haines

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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