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: AN ANOINTED KING

An account of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre's production of Richard II the first in the cycle of the seven English Histories which is being given this year at Stratford-upon-Avon to mark the quatercentenary of Shakespeare's birth
PETER HALL , Director of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and members of the Company speak of their work in the production and are heard in rehearsal in London and Stratford at various stages of its development
Those taking part include: Peter Hall , Michel Saint-Denis Patrick Donnell , John Barton Peter Wood. David Warner Eric Porter , William Squire Roy Dotrice , Paul Hardwick Derek Waring
Deborah Stanford , John Collins Compiled and narrated by IAN RODGER
Edited and produced by JOE BURROUGHS

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hall
Unknown: Peter Hall
Unknown: Michel Saint-Denis
Unknown: Patrick Donnell
Unknown: John Barton
Unknown: Peter Wood.
Unknown: David Warner
Unknown: Eric Porter
Unknown: William Squire
Unknown: Roy Dotrice
Unknown: Paul Hardwick
Unknown: Derek Waring
Unknown: Deborah Stanford
Unknown: John Collins
Unknown: Ian Rodger
Produced By: Joe Burroughs

: 1914: MOVING TOWARDS WAR

A series of six talks on the sequence of events leading to the outbreak of the First World War
1: A personal memory by ARNOLD TOYNBEE
Series edited and introduced by CHRISTOPHER SYKES

Contributors

Introduced By: Christopher Sykes

: MISSA SALVE

Movements from the Worcester fragments
Intrnit: Salve sancta parens Gloria
Alleluia: Per te Dei Benetrlx
Sequence: Candens lilium columbina
Sanctus
Agnus Dei
Communion: Beata viscera
ANBREW PEARMAIN (counter-tenor)
EDGAR FLEET (tenor)
LESLIE FYSON (tenor
JOHN FROST (bass)
AMBROSIAN SINGERS
BARRY ROSE (organ)
Conducted by DENIS STEVENS who introduces the programme
From St. George-the-Martyr.
Queen Square, London

Contributors

Tenor: Leslie Fyson
Tenor: John Frost
Conducted By: Denis Stevens

: ECLOGUE FROM ICELAND

by Louis MacNeice
Scene: The Arnarvatn Heath
Produced by D. G. BRIDSON

Contributors

Produced By: D. G. Bridson
Craven: Julian Glover
Ryan: Richard Bebb
Ghost of Grettir: Francis de Wolf
Voice from Europe: Mary Wimbuse

: DURANTE

Concerto in F minor for strings and continuo played by I Musici on a gramophone record

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

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

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