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' VINCENZO '

A tragi-comedy by Henry Reed
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
The time is the late Renaissance in Italy, between the years 1580 and 1612. The scenes are Mantua, Parma, Florence, Venice, and Colorno.
followed by an Interlude at 10.5
Third Programme

Fay Compton with Trader Faulkner in 'CRIME ON GOAT ISLAND'

by Ugo Betti
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Cast in order of speaking:
Music composed by William Wordsworth
Produced by John Gibson
Third Programme

Marius Goring, Flora Robson ' THE STREETS OF POMPEII'

by Henry Reed
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Music composed by Anthony Smith-Masters
Characters:
(Conttnued in next column)
Music conducted by Patrick Savill with Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Third Programme

Robert Eddison in ' DON JUAN IN LOVE '

A comedy for radio by Samy Fayad
Translated from the Italian by Henry Reed
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
The songs set by Donald Swann
Guitar, Julian Bream
The theme of Don Juan is a perennial one, and the questing Spaniard himself has sometimes been placed with Hamlet and Faust as a major aspect of the human soul. During the present version this fact should be carefully forgotten.
Third Programme

Fay Compton with Trader Faulkner in ' CRIME ON GOAT ISLAND'

by Ugo Betti
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by John Gibson
Third Programme

Fay Compton with Trader Faulkner in ' CRIME ON GOAT ISLAND'

by Ugo Betti
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Music by William Wordsworth
Produced by John Gibson
Third Programme

Irene

from "Irene Innocente" by Ugo Betti translated and adapted for radio by Henry Reed
[Starring] Ronald Lewis, Joan Plowright, Anthony Jacobs and Ralph Truman
Other parts plaved by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
The scene is a large mountain village in Southern Italy.

During the interval (9.20-9.30 app.):
Chopin: Introduction and Polonaise, Op. 3 played by Ludwig Hoelscher (cello) and Michael Raucheisen (piano) on a gramophone record
Third Programme

• IRENE '

Translated and adapted for radio by Henry Reed from
' Irene Innocente by Ugo Betti
DUllING THE INTERVAL (7.20-7.30 app.):
Pick-Mangiagalli
Two Fugues played by the Quartetto della Scala on a gramophone record
Third Programme

Joan Wowright with Robert Eddison and Malcolm Hayes in ' ALARICA '

Translated by Henry Reed from
' Le Mal Court' by Audiberti
Princess Alarica's song set by Bernard Keefe
Production by Val Gielgud
Third Programme

Hugh Burden and Carleton Hobbs in 'A HEDGE, BACKWARDS'

A discovery for radio by HenryReed
'Production by Douglas Cleverdon
Characters from the play:
The fragments of Hilda Tablet 's musique concrete renforcée and the three settings of ' There once was a garden ' realised by Donald Swann
' The Primal Scene, as it were ... ,' a new programme by Henry Reed , said to be the last in the series about Herbert Reeve 's encounters with the relatives and friends of the late Richard Shewin : March 11 and 14.
Third Programme

Joan Plowright with Robert Eddison. Malcolm Hayes in 'ALARICA'

Translated by Henry Reed from
' Le Mal Court' by Audiberti
Princess Alarica's song set by Bernard Keeffe
Production by Val Gielgud
Third Programme

The Primal Scene

as it were...
Nine studies in disloyalty by Henry Reed.
Flamenco singers: Marjorie Westbury and Denis Quilley
with Donald Swann (piano) and Freddie Phillips (guitar).
(The recorded broadcast of March 11)
Third Programme

Gladys Young and Trevor Martin in 'ONE FLESH'

(' Carne Unica ') by Silvio Giovaninetti
Translated and adapted for radio by Henry Reed
The time is the present, and the scene throughout is the public square in a mountain village in northern Italy.
Produced by Peter Watts
Third Programme

'ONE FLESH'

(*Carne Unica ') by Silvio Giovaninetti
Translated and adapted for radio by Henry Reed
Produced by Peter Watts
Third Programme

« MUSIQUE DISCRETE'

A request programme of music by Dame Hilda Tablet
By courtesy of HENRY REED and DONALD SWANN Production by Douglas Cleverdon with the London String Quartet and Stephen Whittaker (percussion) conducted by Donald Swann
(: second broadcast)
Third Programme

MUSIQUE DISCRETE

A request programme of music by Dame Hilda Tablet
By courtesy of Henry Reed and Donald Swann
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
with the London String Quartet and Stephen Whittaker (percussion) conducted by Donald Swann
Third Programme

Deryck Guyler in 'NOT A DRUM WAS HEARD'

The War Memoirs of General Gland by Henry Reed
Production by Douglas Cleverdon , and Hilda Tablet's ' Rangoon March ' realised by Donald Swann
Third Programme

' MUSIQUE DISCRETE'

A request programme of music by Dame Hilda Tablet by courtesy of HENRY REED and DONALD SWANN
Production by Douglas Cleverdon with the London String Quartet and Stephen Whittaker (percussion) conducted by Donald Swann
Third Programme

COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts
This edition includes:
Henry Reed on the novel The Leopard by Giuseppe di Lampedusa






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