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MAJOR BARBARA

by BERNARD SHAW with June Tobin , Malcolm Keen and Richard Hurndall
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
To be repeated on April 5 See page 55
St. Joan of the Stockyards, by Bertolt Brecht: March 21
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.20-9.30 app.) Music for Military Band by Vaughan Williams and Holst plaved by the Eastman Symphonic Wind Ensemble Conducted by Frederick Fennell on a gramophone record
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MAJOR BARBARA

by BERNARD SHAW with June Tobin , Malcolm Keen and Richard Hurndall
The action takes place in 1905. Produced by Charles LEFEAUX
: second broadcast
St. Joan of the Stockyards, by Bertolt Brecht: April 9
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.20-9.30 app.) Music for Military: Band by Vaughan Williams and Holst
Eastman Symphonic Wind Ensemble
Conducted by Frederick Fennell on a gramophone record
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Lewis Casson Barbara Jefford, Gladys Young in 'ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL*

by William Shakespeare
Arranged for broadcasting and directed by Barbara Burnham with music selected by Cynthia Pughe
Characters in order of speaking:
(Continued In next column)
A herald, lords, soldiers, servants played by Richard Hurndall , Hamilton Dyce and Stanley Groome
Scene:
Roussillon — Paris— Florence —
Marseilles
During the interval (8.20-8.30 app.) there will be gramophone records of music from Respighi's Third Suite of Ancient Airs and Dances for the Lute, played by the Berlin Phil harmonic Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Hans von Benda followed by an Interlude at 9.50
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Lewis Casson Barbara Jefford, Gladys Young in 'ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL'

by William Shakespeare
Arranged for broadcasting and directed by Barbara Burnham with music selected by Cynthia Pughe
Characters in order of speaking:
A herald, lords, soldiers. servants played by Richard Hurndall , Hamilton Dyce and Stanley Groome
Scene:
Roussillon - Paris - Florence -
Marseilles
(Lewis Canon is appearing in ' Much Ado About Nothing ' at the Phoenix Theatre; Max Adrian , in ' Penny Plain' at the St. Martin's Theatre, London)
E. M. W. Tillyard writes on page 6
During the interval in the performance of ' All's Well That Ends Well ' (from approximately 7.15 to 7.30 p.m.) there will be a programme of music from Respighi's Third Suite of Ancient Airs and Dances for the Lute, played by the Quartetto di Roma: on gramophone records
Third Programme

' ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY'

A fable by William Golding
Produced by Peter Duval Smith with Stanlev Beard. Richard Hurndall
Wvndham Milligan , Peter Neil
Bryan Powley. Leonard Williams and Anthony Woodruff
Singer, Alfred Deller
Incidental music composed by Elisabeth Lutyens conducted by Edward Clark
To the court of one of the Caesars at about the beginning of the third century after Christ comes a genius from Alexandria with three inventions which he offers to the Emperor. This fable tells of what the first two inventions did -but what of the third?
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'THE DUCHESS AT SUNSET'

The first of a group of Proust reconstructions by Pamela Hansford Johnson
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Date: 1941. The characters from Marcel Proust's A la Recherche du Temps Perdu are imagined to be still in their heyday. with Esm Percy , Oliver Burt. Barbara Trevor , Richard Hurndall ,
Joe Sterne , Malcolm Hayes , Bryan Powley , Raf de la Torre , and Gladys Spencer
Music by Arthur Oldham
This group of programmes, originally broadcast singly between 1948 and 1956, deals variously with characters from, and unexplored situations in, Proust's work. The programmes are to be broadcast at weekly intervals over the next six weeks. The Duchess at Sunset, a pure jeu d'esprit, will be followed by a serious study of the marriage of M. de Charlus, to which A la Recherche alludes only once. Later we shall examine the point of view of Albertine, the curious development of Saint-Loup, Swann's jealousy, and the fulfilment through art of those seemingly wasted lives of which the chief was the composer Vinteuil's.
' Madame de Charlus': January 10
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' THE FOOL'S SAGA'

Also taking part are Betty Baskcomb , Beryl Calder. Catherine Campbell , Richard Hurndall , Charles Lefeaux. Arthur Lowe. and Dorothy Summers
Music composed by William Wordsworth played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conductor, Walter Goehr with Martin Boddey (tenor) and Jeanne Chevreau (harp)
Produced by the author
Time: C. A.D. 490. Scene: Jutland, N. Cumbria, and S.E. Pictiand
Part 1
* The Story in the Shield'
Third Programme

SHELLEY

Prologue and the Walpurgis Night scene, translated from Part 1 of Goethe's ' Faust'
Archangels, witches, voices:
Kenneth Griffith. Stanley Groomc Joan Hart. Richard Hurndall. Basil Jones , Hugh Manning. Duncan Mc-Intyre, Janet Morrison , Robert Rietty , Margaret Vines
Production by Frank Hauser
Third Programme

' PILLARS OF SOCIETY'

by Henrik Ibsen
Adapted for radio from his
English version by Max Faber
(Continued in next column) with Deroise Bryer. Hamilton Dyce
Stanley Groome , Richard Hurndall
Anthony Jacobs ,David Peel
Textual adviser, M. C. Bradbrook
Produced by Peter Watts
Third Programme

'PILLARS OF SOCIETY'

by Henrik Ibsen
Adapted for radio from his
English version by Max Faber
(Continued in next column) with Denise Bryer, Hamilton Dyce, Stanley Groome, Richard Hurndall, Anthony Jacobs, David Peel
Textual adviser, M. C. Bradbrook
Produced by Peter Watts
Third Programme

Sebastian Shaw in ' CORIOLANUS'

by William Shakespeare
Adapted for radio by Frank Hauser
Produced by Donald McWhinnie and Frank Hauser with Eric Anderson. Denise Bryer . Ian Catford . Alastair Duncan.
Frank Duncan. Michael Godfrey. Stanley Groome. Richard Hurndall , Harry Hutchinson , Anthony Jacobs. David Kossoff. Eric Lugg. Joan Matheson. Duncan Mclntyre. Bryan Powley. Michael Ripper. , Gladys Spencer. , Robert Urquhart. Margaret Vines
Part 1
Third Programme

LUCKY PETER'S TRAVELS'

An allegorical play by August Strindberg in a new translation by Peter Watts with music specially composed by John Hotchkis and played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, Frank Thomas ) Conductor. Gilbert Vinter with Eric Anderson. Franklyn Bellamy
Gabrielle Blunt , Denise Bryer
John Carol. Roger Delgado
Hamilton Dyce. Percy Edwards
Stanley Groome , Joan Hart
Paul Hardwick. Robert Hardy
Malcolm Hayes. Richard Hurndall
Anthony Jacobs. David Kossoff Preston Lockwood. Eric Lugg Nancy Nevinson Elsa Palmer Molly Rankin. William Trent
John Turnbull
Adapted for radio and produced by Peter Watts
Third Programme

' LUCKY PETER'S TRAVELS'

An allegorical play by August Strindberg in a new translation by Peter Watts with music specially composed by John Hotchkis and played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, Frank Thomas ) Conductor, Gilbert Vinter
(Continued in next column)
Others taking part:
Eric Anderson. Franklyn Bellamy
Gabrielle Blunt , Denise Bryer
John Carol , Roger Delgado
Hamilton Dyce , Percy Edwards
Stanley Groome , Joan Hart
Paul Hardwick , Robert Hardy
Malcolm Hayes , Richard Hurndall
Anthony Jacobs , David Kossoff , Preston Lockwood , Eric Lugg , Nancy Nevinson , Elsa Palmer , Molly Rankin , William Trent
John Turnbull
Adapted for radio and produced by Peter Watts
Third Programme

Felix Aylmer in A DIALOGUE ON LIBERTY

Written by Maurice Cranston Production by Douglas Cleverdon
JOHN STUART MILL............Felix Aylmer James FITZJAME8 Stephen
Richard Hurndall
When John Stuart Mill 's Essay on Liberty was published a hundred years ago it evoked as much criticism as praise. One of its sharpest critics was the eminent Victorian jurist James Fitzjames Stephen. To mark the centenary of the publication of the Essay, Maurice Cranston has written an imaginary conversation on the subject between Mill and his most distinguished adversary.
Third Programme

The Wars of the Roses: King Richard III

A sequence of Shakespeare's histories edited by Professor J. Dover Wilson
The play adapted and produced by Peter Watts
[Starring] Donald Wolfit and Sonia Dresdel

See page 11

During the interval (9.45-9.55 app.):
Music for fifteenth-century stringed instruments played by the Vielle Trio on gramophone records

Followed by an interlude at 10.55
Third Programme

Valentine Dyall and Richard Humdall with Ena Moon in 'LOVE AFTER DEATH*

or * The Tuzani of the Alpujarra Insurrection * by Calderon
Translated by Roy Campbell
Adapted by Helena Wood
Music composed by Elisabeth Lutyens and conducted by Edward Clark
Cast in order of speaking: , and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Singer, Joan Livingstone
Production by R. D. Smith
Third Programme

'IN THE MESH'

(' L'Engrenage ')
A scenario by Jean-Paul Sartre prepared for the microphone by John Keir Cross from the translation by Mervyn Savill
Produced by Peter Watts
(Continued in next column) with Jack Allen , Richard Bebb
Janet Burnell , Gordon Harris Rolf Lefebvre. Annabel Maule
George Merritt , Elsa Palmer Cyril Shaps. Manning Wilson and Hilary Wontner
Third Programme

Sonia Dresdel and Donald Wolfit in THE WARS OF THE ROSES

A sequence of Shakespeare's histories edited by Professor J. Dover Wilson
' King Henry VI ' Part 3 . with John Cazabon , Garard Green
Wyndham Milligain, Patrick Troughton Fanfares composed by John Hotchkis
The play adapted and produced by Peter Watts
(The recorded broadcast of Nov. 4)
' Richard III ': tomorrow at 6.0
Third Programme

Donald Wolfit and Sonia Dresdel in THE WARS OF THE ROSES

A sequence of Shakespeare's histories edited by Professor J. Dover Wilson
' King Richard III '
(Continued in next column)
Fanfares composed by John Hotchkis The play adapted and produced by Peter Watts
During the interval (7.40-7.50 app.):
Music for fifteenth-century stringed instruments played by the Vielle Trio on gramophone records






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