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Kenneth Alwyn Orchestra

Kenneth Alwyn presents his musical favourites. Producer Robert Noakes BBC Scotland
BBC Radio 3

Stage and Screen: Kenneth Alwyn

Edward Seckerson celebrates the 80th birthday of one of the great British musical directors, Kenneth Alwyn, whose career has encompassed The Crooked Mile, Half a a Sixpence, Charlie Girl, Carmen Jones and David Heneker's forgotten masterpiece, Jorrocks.
Address: Stage and Screen, [address removed] email: [email address removed]
BBC Radio 2

Kenneth Alwyn

presents his musical favourites. With the Kenneth Alwyn Orchestra. Producer Robert Noakes
BBC Home Service Basic

CONCERT

BBC Welsh Orchestra
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by Kenneth Alwyn
Introduced by Kenneth Alwyn Orchestral Concert series
BBC Home Service Basic

CONCERT

BBC Welsh Orchestra Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by Kenneth Alwyn
Introduced by Kenneth Alwyn
Network Three

THE OLD BACHELOR

A comedy by William Congreve
Arranged for broadcasting by Raymond Raikes with Purcell's original music arranged by STEPHEN DODGSON with James Dale
Miles Malleson
Nicholas Parsons
Maxine Audley John Justin
Joanna Dunham Music directed by KENNETH ALWYN
The Scene: London, 1692
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
Nicholas Parsons Is appearing In 'Boeing Boeing ' at the Duchess Theatre. London: Miles Malleson is a National Theatre Player
To be repeated on June 30
DURING THE INTERVAL (8.55*-9.5*) the Orchestra. conducted by Kenneth Alwyn , play a Suite for Strings and Harpsichord from the Purcell music to The Old Bachelor, arranged and edited by Thomas F. DunhiU (1931)
Network Three

THE OLD BACHELOR

A comedy by William Congreve
Arranged for broadcasting by RAYMOND RAIKES with Purcell's original music arranged by STEPHEN DODGSON with James Dale , Miles Malleson
Nicholas Parsons
Maxine Audley
John Justin , Joanna Dunham
Characters in order of speaking:
(continued in next column)
Music directed by KENNETH ALWYN
The Scene: London, 1692
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
† Second broadcast
Nicholas Parsons Is appearing In ' Boetng-Boeing at the Duchess Theatre. London: Miles Malleson is a National Theatre Player
DURING THE INTERVAL (8.25*-8.35*) the orchestra, conducted by Kenneth Alwyn , plays a Suite for Strings and Harpsichord from the Purcell music to The Old Bachelor arranged and edited by Thomas F. DunhiU (1931)
BBC Radio 2

Melodies for You

Introduced by Kenneth Alwyn LONDON LIGHT CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD LEOPOLD conducted by KENNETH ALWYN JACK BRYMER (clarinet)
IAN WALLACE (bass-baritone) WILFRID PARRY (piano) and international stars on disc Producer MONICA COCKBURN
BBC Radio 2

Melodies for You

Introduced by Kenneth Alwyn with the LONDON LIGHT CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD LEOPOLD conducted by KENNETH ALWYN Guest artists
OWEN BRANNIGAN With
' a song to remember ' WILLIAM DAVIES and ROBERT DOCKER (two pianos) THE KING'S SINGERSand international stars on disc Producer MONICA COCKBURN
BBC Radio 2

Melodies for You

Introduced by Kenneth Alwyn LONDON LIGHT CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by KENNETH ALWYN Guest artists:
STEPHEN NYE (oboe) davies WILLIAM and ROBERT DOCKER I tWO pianos) and international stars on disc Producer MONICA COCKBURN
BBC Radio 2

The Most Happy Feb

A A concert performance of the complete score of the Broadway musical by Frank Loesser , from the Hippodrome, Goiders
Green, London. This is the first such broadcast on British radio.
With the Stephen Hill
Singers. Kenneth Alwyn conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday.
Including at 8.30-8.45
Kenneth Alwyn talks to Jo Sullivan who created the role of Rosabella on Broadway, and later became Mrs Frank Loesser. Producer John Langridge
BBC Radio 3

CD Masters

With Jonathan Swain.
10.00 Richard Addinsell Theme: Goodbye Mr Chips BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Kenneth Alwyn
Alan Rawsthorne The Cruet Sea (excerpts)
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Rumon Gamba
10.11 Edmund Rubbra String Quartet No 4, Op 150 Sterling Quartet
10.29 Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5 in E flat (Emperor) Marcelle Meyer , Swiss Romande Orchestra, conductor Volkmar Andreae
11.07 Vaughan Williams Scott of the Antarctic Unnamed choir, Philharmonia, conductor Ernest Irving
Malcolm Arnold Rhapsody : The Sound Barrier, Op 38 RPO conducted by the composer
11.24 Chopin Barcarolle in F sharp, Op 60
Debussy L'lsle Joyeuse Marcelle Meyer (piano)
11.40 Brian Easdale Ballet The Red Shoes Philharmonia, conductor Kenneth Alwyn
BBC Radio 3

Composer of the Week: Lord Berners

3/5. Berners the Ballet Master. Following the Wall Street Crash, Lord Berners returned to writing music. Donald Macleod introduces his next two ballets - one, devised with the writer Gertrude Stein, about unrequited love; the other a fantastical work featuring a three-headed man, a three-legged juggler, a one-legged ballerina, and a man with six arms. Fanfare Royal Ballet Sinfonia, conductor Gavin Sutherland Luna Park RTE Sinfonietta, conductor Kenneth Alwyn A Wedding Bouquet RTE Choir and Sinfonietta, conductor Kenneth Alwyn Repeated at 10pm
Light Programme

MY SONG GOES ROUND THE WORLD

featuring
Thomas Round with the Kenneth Alwyn Orchestra
Conductor, Kenneth Alwyn Introduced by Rhona Marsh Produced by ANDREW GOLD
Light Programme

MY SONG GOES ROUND THE WORLD

featuring
Bruce Trent with the Kenneth Alwyn Orchestra Conductor, Kenneth Alwyn Introduced by Rhona Marsh Produced by ANDREW GOLD
Light Programme

MY SONG GOES ROUND THE WORLD

featuring
Pat Lancaster with the Kenneth Alwyn Orchestra Conductor, Kenneth Alwyn Introduced by Robin Boyle Produced by ANDREW GOLD
Network Three

THE OLD BACHELOR

A comedy by William Congreve
Arranged for broadcasting by RAYMOND RAIKES with Purcell's original music arranged by STEPHEN DODGSON with James Dale
Miles Malleson
Nicholas Parsons
Maxine Audley John Justin
Joanna Dunham characters in order of speaking: (baritone) (counter-tenor)(baritone)
The Scene: London, 1692
Orchestra conducted by KENNETH ALWYN
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
Third broadcast
Miles Malleson is a National Theatre Player
DURING THE INTERVAL (8.20*-8.30*)
THE ORCHESTRA conducted by KENNETH ALWYN play a Suite for Strings and Harpsichord from the Purcell music to The Old Bachelor arranged and edited by Thomas F. Dunhill (1931)
BBC One London

Omnibus presenting: Tchaikovsky: The Secret of Success

Kenneth Alwyn discusses Tchaikovsky's life and music and conducts the New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Led by Desmond Bradley
with Dagmar Kessler, John Gilpin, John Shirley-Quirk, Robert Tear, John Lill
(John Gilpin and Dagmar Kessler appear by permission of the Administrator of London's Festival Ballet)

Why is Tchaikovsky the most popular of all composers? What gives his music its unmistakable impact? What are the secrets of his success?
Kenneth Alwyn discusses Tchaikovsky's complex personality, his difficult and often unhappy life, and demonstrates why his music is not only successful but has the stamp of greatness
BBC Radio 2

Melodies for You

Introduced by Kenneth Alwyn LONDON LIGHT CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by KENNETH ALWYN
Guest artists OWEN BRANNIGAN with ' a song to remember ' THE KING'S SINGERS
ROWLAND JONES
(tenor and euphonium) and international stars on disc Producer MONICA COCKBURN
BBC Radio 2

Cantabile at the Mill

The first of six programmes.
With guest Tim Rice , and the Kenneth Alwyn Orchestra.
Music directors
Kenneth Alwyn and Mike Alexander.
Producer Jane Ward






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