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Light Programme

MIDDAY PROM

given by the BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
John Dethick (baritone)
From the Town Hall, Manchester by courtesy of Manchester Corporatjon
BBC Home Service Basic

RECITAL

Keith Sellors (piano)
John Dethick (bass-baritone)
Josephine Lee (piano)
Light Programme

C.W.S. (MANCHESTER) BAND

Conductor, Alex Mortimer
John Dethick (bass-baritone)
News Summary at 3.30
BBC Home Service Basic

THE STORY OF THE PROMS

A series of programmes, devised and introduced by Julian Budden , tracing the development of this famous institution from its origin in Victorian times
8-Promenade Concerts 1927
Opening Night, August 13
The BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Mr. Reginald Stead )
Conducted by Mr. Stanford Robinson
Mr. John Dethick (baritone)
Mr. Colin Horsley (piano)
BBC Northern Singers
(men's voices)
Light Programme

BANDSTAND

C.W.S. (Manchester) Band
Conductor, Alex Mortimer with John Dethick (baritone)
BBC Home Service Basic

SONG RECITAL

John Dethick (baritone) Clifton Helliwell (piano)
BBC Home Service Basic

ENGLISH SONGS

sung by John Dethick (baritone)
Frederick Stone (piano)
Light Programme

BANDSTAND

C.W.S. (MANCHESTER) BAND
Conductor, ALEX MORTIMER with guest artist,
JOHN DETHICK (bass-baritone)
Network Three

MUSIC MAKING

Continued in next column
JOHN DETHICK (bass-baritone) KEITH SWALLOW (piano)
NORTHERN SINFONIA ENSEMBLE
David Haslam (flute)
Sara Barrington (oboe)
George MacDonald (clarinet) Michael Chapman (bassoon) Bryan Sampson (horn) Roger Best (viola)
BBC Home Service North

Requiem (Brahms)

Ceinwen Rowlands (soprano), John Dethick (bass), Leeds Philharmonic Chorus. Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent.
Third Programme

- 'BORIS GODUNOV

Opera in four acts, with Prologue, by Modeste Mussorgsky
Text founded on Pushkin's drama
Original version
Edited by Paul Lamm
English translation by M. D. Calvocoressi 40
Cast, in order of singing:
BBC Theatre Chorus (Chorus-Master, John Clements )
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Production by Humphrey Procter-Gregg
Time: 1598-1605
Prologue
Scene 1: The monastery courtyard,
Novodevichy, near Moscow
Scene 2: A square in the Kremlin
Act 1
Scene 1: A cell in the Chudov
Monastery
Scene 2: An inn near the Lithuanian border
BBC Radio 3

Handel

Israel in Egypt an oratorio (1739) edited by BASIL LAM
JANE MANNING (soprano)
MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto) IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
CHRISTOPHER KEYTE (baritone) JOHN DETHICK (baritone)
THE BACH CHOIR
Continuo
Andrew Davis (harpsichord) Richard Popplewell (organ) Olsa Hegedus (cello)
John Walton (double-bass)
JACQUES Orchestra
Leader, Ivor McMahon
Conducted by David WILLCOCKS
From the Royal Festival Hall, London: a performance on May 21 promoted jointly by the Bach Choir and the BBC Music Programme Part 1
BBC Radio 3

Handel

Israel in Egypt An oratorio (1739) edited by BASIL LAM
JANE MANNING (soprano)
MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto) IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
CHRISTOPHER KEYTE (baritone) JOHN DETHICK (baritone) THE BACH CHOIR Continuo:
ANDREW DAVIS (harpsichord) RICHARD POPPLEWELL (organ) OLGA HEGEDUS (cello)
JOHN WALTON (double-bass) JACQUES ORCHESTRA leader IVOR MCMAHON conducted by DAVID WILLCOCKS Part 1
BBC One London

Blue Peter

with Lesley Judd and Simon Groom
Expedition USA: Hollywood, Houston, New Orleans and Washington are all on the itinerary of Blue Peter's whistle-stop tour of the USA. Today Lesley and Simon join in the New Orleans 4 July Independence Day celebrations, complete with a dazzling fireworks display.
The human members of the team look pretty much the same. but Goldie, TV's most famous golden retriever, has trebled her size since she last appeared on the programme! Blue Peter film cameras were down on the farm at Dethick, in Derbyshire, to record Simon's reactions to his monster pup on his return from the USA.






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