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FLORA ROBSON with Gladys Young and Marjorie Westbury in ' THE TURN OF THE SCREW '

A version for broadcasting, by E. J. King Bull, of the famous story by Henry James
Music composed by Gerrard Williams
London Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard
Produced by E. J. King Bull
It is the fact that there were two children, you see, that gives it the effect of ... an extra turn of the screw '
Third Programme

FLORA ROBSON with Gladys Young and Marjorie Westbury in 'THE TURN OF THE SCREW'

A version for broadcasting, by E'. J. King Bull, of the famous story by Henry James
Music composed by Gerrard Williams
London Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard
Produced by E. J. King Bull
' It Is the fact that there were two children, you see, that gives it the effect of ... an extra turn of the screw '
Third Programme

FLORA ROBSON with Gladys Young and Marjorie Westbury in 'THE TURN OF THE SCREW'

A version for broadcasting by E. J. King Bull, of the famous story by Henry James
Music composed by Gerrard Williams
London Chamber Orchestra
Conducted by Anthony Bernard
Produced by E. J. King Bull
' It is the fact that there were two children you see, that gives it the effect of ... an extra turn of the screw '
Third Programme

FLORA ROBSON with Gladys Young and Marjorie Westbury in 'THE TURN OF THE SCREW '

A version for broadcasting, by E. J. King Bull, of the famous story by Henry James. Music composed by Gerrard Williams.
,London Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Bernard. Produced by E. J. King
Third Programme

Flora Robson with Gladys Young and Marjoric Westbury in ' THE TURN OF THE SCREW '

A version for broadcasting, by E. J. King Bull, of the story by Henry James
Music composed by Gerrard Williams
. London Chamber Orchestra
Conducted by Anthony Bernard
Produced by E. J King Bull
(The recorded broadcast of December 5. 1946. repeated)
Third Programme

' A CALL AT BLY '

by Michael Innes
A dramatic epilogue to
Henry James 's
' The Turn of the Screw '
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Those taking part, in order of speaking:
Carleron Hobbs. Christopher Taylor
Peggy Hassard , Oliver Bun , Betty Hardy
Third Programme

‛ A CALL AT BLY ’

by Michael Innes
A dramatic epilogue to
Henry James 's
* The Turn of the Screw
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Third Programme

Flora Robson with Gladys Young and Marjorie Westbury in ' THE TURN OF THE SCREW

A version for broadcasting by E. J. King Bull of the story by Henry James
' It is the fact that there were two children, you see, that gives it the effect of ... an extra turn of the screw.'
The music composed by Gerrard Williams played by the London Chamber Orchestra conducted by Anthony Bernard Production by E. J. King Bull
Third Programme

Venice Festival The English Opera Group in ' THE TURN OF THE SCREW'

An opera in two acts
Libretto by Myfanwy Piper after the story by Henry James
Music by Benjamin Britten
Cast in order of singing:
(Continued in next column)
English Opera Group Orchestra
(Leader. Olive Zorian )
CONDUCTED BY THE COMPOSER
Producer, Basil Coleman
The action takes place in and around the country house at Bly
Act 1
Prologue; Scene 1 The Journey; Scene 2 The Welcome; Scene 3 The Lotter; Scene 4 The Tower; Scene 5 The Window; Scene 6 The Lesson; Scene 7 The Lake; Scene 8 At Night
Third Programme

THE TURN OF THE SCREW'

Act 2
Scene 1 Colloquy and Soliloquy; Scene 2 The Bells; Scene 3 Miss Jessd; Scene 4 The Bedroom; Scene 5 Quint; Scene 6 The Piano; Scene 7 Flora; Scene 8 Miles
See also tomorrow at 8.0
Third Programme

'A CALL AT BLY'

by Michael Innes
A dramatic epilogue to
Henry James's
' The Turn of the Screw'
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Third Programme

The English Opera Group in ' THE TURN OF THE SCREW

An opera in two acts
Libretto by Myfanwy Piper after the story by Henry James
Music by Benjamin Britten
Cast in order of singing:
English Opera Group Orchestra
(Leader, Olive Zorian )
CONDUCTKD BY THE COMPOSER
Producer, Basil Coleman
(Continued in next column)
The action takes place in and around the country house at Bly, about the middle of the last century.
From Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
(by arrangement with Sadler's Wells Trust. Ltd.)
Act 1
Prologue; Scene 1 The Journey; Scene 2 The Welcome; Scene 3 The Letter; Scene 4 The Tower; Scene 5 The Window; Scene 6 The Lesson; Scene 7 The Lake; Scene S At Night
Third Programme

'THE TURN OF THE SCREW'

Act 2
Scene I Colloquy and Soliloquy; Scene 2 The Bells; Scene 3 Miss Jessel; Scene 4 The Bedtoom; Scene 5 Quint; Scene 6 The Piano; Scene 7 Flora; Scene 8 Miles
Third Programme

The English Opera Group in THE TURN OF THE SCREW'

An opera in two acts
Libretto by Myfanwy Piper after the story by Henry James
Music by Benjamin Britten
English Opera Group Orchestra
(Leader, Olive Zorian )
Conducted BY the Composer
Stage production by Basil Coleman adapted for radio by Basil Douglas Scene: In and around the house at Bly
Act 1
Prologue; Scene 1, The Journey; Scene 2, The Welcome; Scene 3, The Letter; Scene 4, The Tower; Scene 5, The Window; Scene 6, The Lesson; Scene 7, The Lake; Scene 8, At Night
Third Programme

'THE TURN OF THE SCREW'

Acr 2
Scene 1, Colloquy and Soliloquy; Scene 2, The Bells; Scene 3, Miss Jessel; Scene 4, The Bedroom; Scene 5, Quint; Scene 6, The Piano; Scene 7, Flora; Scene 8, Miles
Third Programme

THE TURN OF THE SCREW

An opera in a prologue and two acts
Libretto by Myfanwy Piper after the story by Henry James
Music by BENJAMIN BRITTEN
Cast
English Opera Group Orchestra CONDUCTKD BY THE COMPOSER on gramophone records
The action takes place in and around Bly,
-a country-house in the East of England, in the middle of the last century. ACT 1
Prologue; Scene 1, The Journey; Scene 2, The Welcome; Scene 3, The Letter; Scene 4, The Tower; Scene S, The Window; Scene 6, The Lesson; Scent 7, The Lake; Scene 8, At Night
Third Programme

THE TURN OF THE SCREW

Acr 2
Scene 1, Colloquy and Soliloquy; Scene 2, The Bells; Scene 3, Miss Jessel; Scene 4, The Bedroom; Scene 5, Quint; Scene 6, The Piano; Scene 7, Flora; Scene 9, Miles






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