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: DALIBOR

An opera in three acts
Libretto by Josef Wenzig
Music by Smetana sung in Czech
From the King's Theatre. Edinburgh
Cast in order of singing:
Judges, soldiers, townsfolk, etc.
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE, PRAGUE
Chorus-Master, Milan Maly
Conducted by JAROSLAV KROMBHOLC
Produced by Vaclav Kaslik
The action takes place in Prague in the reign of King Vladislav in 1498. Act
The Castle Coun

Contributors

Unknown: Josef Wenzig
Conducted By: Jaroslav Krombholc
Produced By: Vaclav Kaslik
Yitka, a peasant girl: Libuse Domaninska (soprano)
Vladislav, King of Bohemia: Jindrich Jindrak (baritone)
Milada, sister of the murdered Burgomaster of Ploskovice: Alena Mikova (soprano)
Dalibor, a Knight: Vilem Pribyl (tenor)
A Judge: Jaroslav Horacek (bass)
Vitek, Dalibor's squire: Viktor Koci (tenor)
Budivoy, Commander of the: Antonin Svorc (baritone)
Benes a gaoler: Dalibor Jedlicka (bass)

: * LONDON CHARACTERS

A series of five programmes in which Londoners in various trades and professions talk about their lives and opinions
3: Annette, a domestic help
Introduced by PHILIP O'CONNOR
Produced by David THOMSON
Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By: Philip O'Connor
Produced By: David Thomson

: * DALIBOR

Act 2
Scene 1: A street with an inn
Scene 2: The gaoler's quarters in the Castle
Scene 3: Dalibor's cell in the Tower

: * IN DOWNTOWN RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA

by Theo S. BURRELL
Mr. Burrell, a British town planner, has spent several months working inside the City Planning Office of Raleigh, a Southern American city of 100,000 people. He describes American town planning in action.

Contributors

Unknown: Theo S. Burrell

: * DALIBOR

Act 3
Scene 1: The King's council hsA
.Scene 2: Dalibor's cell
Scene 3: In front of the Castht
Tower

: MISSILE MADNESS

by J. Hinder
Silent Radish, the Inter-Continental ballistic poison missile, has disappeared without trace and Giles Phantom , secret agent extraordinary. awaits a visit from a mysterious caller. Jim Paypacket.
Other parts played by members of the cast
Produced by RICHARD Thomas

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Phantom
Unknown: Jim Paypacket.
Produced By: Richard Thomas
Phantom: William Fox
Max: Fraser Kerr
Hinkling: Wilfred Carter
Helen: Isabel Rennie
Ella: Eva Stuart
Prime Minister: Kevin Flood
Von Eisensturm: Hamlyn Benson
Caliban Smith: Timothy Harley

: TELEMANN

Overture in major played by the CHAMBER ORCHESTRA of the HAMBURG TELEMANN SOCIETY conducted by Wilfried Bottcher on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Wilfried Bottcher

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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