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: p m- THE KILLER

Tueur sans gages by Eugene lonesco translated by DONALD WATSON
Music by TRISTRAM CARY with Eric Barker , Nigel Stock
Avis Bunnage, Timothy Bateson
Edited for broadcasting and produced by H. B. Fortuin -
Nigel Stock is in ' The Father ' at the Queen's Theatre; Avis Bunnage In 'Oh. What a Lovely War ' at Wyndham's Theatre; Timothy Bate son in ' Difference of Opinion ' at the Garrick Theatre. London
See page 44
' The Photo of the Colonel,' Humphrey Searle 's radio opera based on lonesco's play: March 8

Contributors

Translated By: Donald Watson
Unknown: Eric Barker
Unknown: Timothy Bateson
Produced By: H. B. Fortuin
Unknown: Timothy Bate
Unknown: Humphrey Searle
Berenger, an average, middle-aged citizen: Eric Barker
The Architect, of agelessbureaucratic age (also the Superintendent and the Second Policeman): Nigel Stock
Dany, young typist, pin-up: Isabel Rennie
The Clochard, drunk: John Ruddock
The Patron, middle-aged, fat,dark, hairy: Hamlyn Benson
Edouard, 35, thin, nervous,darkly dressed in mourning: Timothy Bateson
The Concierge (also MotherPipe), typical concierge: Avis Bunnage
M Lelard, lodger: Haydn Jones
Drunk in top hat and tails: John Baddeley
Old Gentleman with the little white beard: Andrew Sachs
First Policeman: Frederick Treves
Grocer M: Ichael Goldie
Postman: Timothy Harley

: S. S. WESLEY

Roger Fiske talks about
Samuel Sebastian Wesley and his father Samuel Wesley and introduces some of their music, including
Cast me not away
Ascribe unto the Lord sung by the combined Cathedral Choirs of Chichester, SALISBURY and WINCHESTER
Conducted by JOHN BIRCH
Christopher Dearnley and ALWYN SURPLICE
Recorded last August during the Southern Cathedrals Festival in Winchester Cathedral

Contributors

Talks: Roger Fiske
Conducted By: John Birch
Conducted By: Christopher Dearnley

: MANNERISM AND ELIZABETHAN ARCHITECTURE

Three talks by NIKOLAUS PEVSNER
3: English Mannerism?
Professor Pevsner thinks that the term Mannerism, which he helped to establish and popularise, can be used for English architecture only to a severely limited extent.

Contributors

Unknown: Nikolaus Pevsner

: MAHLER

Adagio (Symphony No. 10) played by the Cologne Radio
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by RAFAEL Kubelik
Recording made available by courtesy of the Bavarian Broadcasting Service followed by aQ. interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Conducted By: Rafael Kubelik

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

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