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: ITALIA PRIZE 1964

The God of Gold by Angelo Paccagnini first broadcast in this country
FRANÇOlSE ROUSSEAU (soprano) MARIA TERESA MASSA FERRERO (mezzo-soprano)
TEODORO RovETTA (baritone)
Readers:
ANNARITA PASANESI FRANÇOISE PERANZI GHERARDO PERANZI
CHORUS OF THE ITALIAN RADIO
ROME SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by CARLO FRANCI
Ihis recording is made available by courtesy of the Italian Broadcasting Service.

Contributors

Unknown: Angelo Paccagnini
Baritone: Teodoro Rovetta
Conducted By: Carlo Franci

: NEW COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts
In this edition:
JAMES PRICE on Joseph Losey 's new film, King and Country PETER PORTER discusses his second collection of verse Poems. Ancient and Modern, with FREDERICK GRUBB
EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH on the exhibition Art in the Executive Suite, at the Grosvenor Gallery, Davies Street, London, W.1

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Losey
Unknown: Country Peter Porter
Unknown: Frederick Grubb
Unknown: Edward Lucie-Smith

: FROST

by Leslie Halward u-tth
Chris Gittins and Brian Hewlett
In the slump of the 1930s work was hard to come by. For a young man with a wife even a humble job on a building site was heaven: but the weather 'turned around.'
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by R. D. SMITH in the BBC Midland studios
To be repeated on January 2
See page 47

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Halward
Unknown: Chris Gittins
Unknown: Brian Hewlett
Produced By: R. D. Smith
Joe: Chris Gittins
Clarence: Brian Hewlett
Frank: Frank Veasey
Sam: Barrie Fletcher
Taffy: Norman Wynne
Tom: Tom Knowles
Bill: Wilfrid Carter
Mick: Gabriel Woolf
Albert: Walter Dalby
Harry: David March
Dick: Leigh Crutchley
Norah: Patricia Bendall
Barman: Basil Jones

: C. P. E. BACH

Sonata in G minor played by ANTHON VAN DER HORST (chamber organ) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Played By: Anthon van Der Horst

: FROM HEGEL TO HAMLET

Four talks by Professor Erich Heller
3: The Prince of the Romantic Inwardness
Erich Heller discusses Hamlet as the-in Hegel's sense-greatest ' Romantic ' drama. Hamlet's tragedy is seen as the result of an inwardness which ' passes show'. -that is-a subjectivity which is incapable of regarding the external world as its adequate equivalent. Coleridge, the Romantic critic, first pointed to this Hamlet theme, and T. S. Eliot , the anti-Romantic critic, used it in denying to the drama artistic success.
The Tempestuous Retreat: December 14

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Erich Heller
Unknown: Erich Heller
Unknown: T. S. Eliot

: HAYDN AND MOZART

The fifth of six programmes of Haydn's Quartets Op 76 and Mozart's String Quintets played by the ALLEGRI String QUARTET Eli Goren (violin)
Peter Thomas (violin) Patrick Ireland (viola) William Pleeth (cello) with CECIL ARONOWITZ (viola)

Contributors

Violin: Eli Goren
Violin: Peter Thomas
Viola: Patrick Ireland
Cello: William Pleeth
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

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

: Closedown









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