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Third Programme

EMILY BUTTER

An Occasion Recalled
The first performance of Hilda Tablet 's opera at Covent Garden
The music realised by DONALD SWANN
Orchestrations realised by MAX SAUNDERS
The words realised by HENRY REED and Assumptions in the opera:
Sinfonia of London
Conduct of the Orchestra by Patrick Savill
Production suddenly realised by Douglas CLEVERDON
: fifth broadcast
The new production of February 26, 1968
Third Programme

A HOSPITAL CASE

by DINO BUZZATI
Translated and adapted by Henry Reed with Stephen Murray and Nigel Davenport
Other parts played by John Graham ,
Stanley Lebor , Philip Morant. and members of the cast
Special effects by the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop
Production by MARTIN ESSLIN
Nigel Davenport is appearing in 'Bonne Soupe ' at the Comedy Theatre;
Patrick Magee in Whistle m the Dark at the Apollo Theatre, London
DURING THE INTERVAL
Skalkottas: Five of his Ten Sketches for Strings played by the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra conducted by Szymon Goldberg on a gramophone record
Third Programme

THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HILDA TABLET

by HENRY REED
The music composed by Donald Swann
Produced by DouGLAS CLEVERDON : sixth broadcast
Third Programme

A VERY GREAT MAN INDEED

by HENRY REED with - Hugh Burden and and Settings of Schopenhauer and ' Don't hurt my heart ' composed and played by DONALDSWANN Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
New production of the programme originally broadcast in 1953
Third Programme

THE HOUSE ON THE WATER

La casa sulV acqua by UGO BETTI
Translated and adapted for radio by Henry Reed , with Peter Woodthorpe , Judi Dench and Jack May
This is Betti's second play. The scene is set in an old family-house out on the waters of a wintry lake in northern Italy. Luca, Peter Woodthorpe ; Orsola and Benedetto, servants, Gladys Spencer and Julian Somers ; Marta. Francesco's wife, Betty Hardy ; Elli, Judi Dench ; Francesco, Luca's elder brother,Jack May
Production by RAYMOND RAIKES
Third Programme

The House on the Water

(La Casa sull' Acqua) by Ugo Betti
Translated and adapted for radio by Henry Reed
with Peter Woodthorpe, Judi Dench and Paul Hardwick
Third Programme

A HOSPITAL CASE

by Dixo BIZZATI
Translated and adapted by Henry Reed with Stephen Murray and Nigel Davenport
Giovanni Corte , a very lion of a man, gets caught up in the machinery of medicine, hospitals, ageing-death: it is a satire on a mid-twentieth century health service but also on a deeper level a modern morality play on the death of a rich man.
Continued in next column
Other parts played by John Graham , Stanley Lebor , Philip Morant , and members of the cast
Special effects by the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop
Production by Martin Esslin
: second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL
Bkalkottas: Five of his Ten Sketches for Strings, played by the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra conducted by Szymon Goldberg : on a record
Third Programme

A VERY GREAT MAN INDEED

by HENRY REED with Hugh Burden and Settings of Schopenhauer and • Don't hurt myheart composed and played by DONALD SWANN
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
A new production of the programme first broadcast on September 7, 1953
Third Programme

A HEDGE, BACKWARDS

A discovery for radio by HENRY REED with Hugh Burden. Carleton Hobbs
Characters from the play:
The fragments of Hilda Tablet 's musique concrète renforc&e and the three settings of ' There once was a garden ' realised by DONALD SWANN Production by Douglas CLEVERDON
: fifth broadcast
Third Programme

THE WORLD OF RUTH DRAPER

HENRY REED introduces recordings of some of Ruth Draper's most famous monologues as a basis for a critical assessment of her achievement as an artist
In this programme: The Italian lesson
A debutante at a dance
On the porch of a Maine coast village Second broadcast
First of four programmes
Third Programme

THE PRIMAL SCENE, AS IT WERE

Nine Studies in Disloyalty by Henry Reed and and The music composed by DONALD SWANN
Production by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON Fourth broadcast
Third Programme

EMILY BUTTER

An Occasion Recalled
The occasion is the first performance of Hilda Tablet's opera at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden The music realised by DONALD SWANN
Orchestrations realised by MAX SAUNDERS
Words realised by HENRY REED
The Duke and Duchess of Mulset
FRANK DUNCAN and CECILE CHEVREAU
Sinfonia of London
Conduct of the Orchestra by Patrick Savill
The production suddenly realised by Douclas CLEVERDON
. Sixth broadcast
Third Programme

A HOSPITAL CASE

by Dino Buzzati
Translated and adapted by HENRY REED with Stephen Murray and Nigel Davenport
MOLLY RANKIN , DELIA PATON with John Graham
Stanley Lebor , Philip Morant Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Produced by MARTIN ESSLIN Third broadcast Nigel Davenport broadcast by permission of Donald Albery: Patrick Magee. by permission of Robin Fox Partnership
Giovanni Corte, a very lion of a man, gets caught up in the machinery of medicine, hospitals, ageing-death: the play is a satire on a mid-twentieth-century health service, but also, on a deeper level, a modern morality play on the death of a rich man.
DURING the INTERVAL
8.55*-9.5 Skalkottas Five of his
Ten Sketches for strings played by the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra conducted by Szymon Goldberg on a gramophone record
Third Programme

THE WORLD OF RUTH DRAPER

HENRY REED introduces recordings of some of Ruth Draper's most famous monologues as a basis for a critical assessment of her achievement as an artist
In this
An English house party An actress
Third Programme

BEETHOVEN

Piano Trio in E flat major Op. 1 No. played by the HUNGARIAN TRIO
Arpad Gerecz (violin) Vilmos Palotai (cello)
Georges Soichany (piano) on a gramophone record
Next Week in the Third
ROSTROPOVICH AND RICHTER play the Beethoven Cello Sonatas
From the Royal Festival Hall Saturday
SIEGFRIED
New production of Wagner's music-drama From Covent Garden Monday
THE PRIMAL SCENE, AS IT WERE ...
Nine studies in disloyalty by Henry Reed Tuesday
THE SILENT VILLAGE by Ernst Schnabel
Documentary about what really happened at Lidice Wednesday
THE PELICAN
Play by Strindberg Thursday
Third Programme

THE WORLD OF RUTH DRAPER

An English house party and An actress
Introduced by HENRY REED Second broadcast
Third Programme

THE WORLD OF RUTH DRAPER

The Children's Party on a gramophone record
Introduced by HENRY REED
At an Art Exhibition: Jan. It
Third Programme

THE WORLD OF RUTH DRAPER

At an Art Exhibition in Boston from a made in 1947 Introduced by HENRY REED
Third Programme

NOT A DRUM WAS HEARD

The War Memoirs of General Gland by Henry Reed
Deryck Guyler as Gen. Gland and
Hilda Tablet 's Rangoon Murch realised by DONALD SWANN
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON t Fourth broadcast
Third Programme

THE WORLD OF RUTH DRAPER

At an Art Exhibition in Boston from a made in 1947 Introduced by HENRY REED Second broadcast






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