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Third Programme

'LA DAME AUX CAMELIAS'

Prompted by a recent performance of ' La Traviata' Henry Reed speaks about the novel and play of the younger Dumas on which Verdi's opera is based
Third Programme

THE CRITIC ON THE AIR

Henry Reed , who was for some time radio critic of the New Statesman, comments on recent dramatic productions in the Third Programme
Third Programme

Ralph Richardson as Ahab in 'MOBY DICK'

by Herman Melville
Adapted for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Incidental music written by Antony Hopkins
Cast, in order of speaking:
Murray Davies (baritone)
BBC Theatre Orchestra (Leader, Alfred Barker )
Conducted by Antony Hopkins Production by Stephen Potter
Part 1
Third Programme

' THE UNBLEST

A study of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi as a child and in early manhood
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Third Programme

WRITERS AND MUSIC

Henry Reed describes some of the effects that an obsession with music can have on the life of a writer
Third Programme

' THE UNBLEST'

A study of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi as a child and in early manhood
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
The Children:
Denise Bryer. Margot van der Burgh Cecile Chevreau. Ysanne Churchman Hugh Munro , and Marjorie Westbury
Time: 1808-22. Scene: Recanati and Macerata in E. Italy
Third Programme

'THE UNBLEST'

A study of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi as a child and In early manhood
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall and Others taking part are Joan Hart ,
Beryl Calder , Malcolm Hayes , David Markham , Robert Marsden , Lydia Sherwood. Barbara Trevor
Time: 1808-22. Scene: Recanati and Macerata in E. Italy
Third Programme

Imaginary Conversations ' BRIEF MORALITIES'

Three dialogues from the ' Operette MoraU ' of Giacomo Leopardi newly translated by Henry Reed Produced by Rayner Heppenstall with an introduction by the translator
Third Programme

Imaginary Conversations ' BRIEF MORALITIES'

Three dialogues from the ' Operette Moral! ' of Giacomo Leopardi newly translated by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall with an introduction by the translator
6.10 app. 1
' Ruysch and the Mummies *
6.30 app. 2
' Tasso and the Gentle Ghost'
Third Programme

RETURN TO NAPLES

by Henry Reed
' To see them again would be something more than a mere return; joined with the hope of rediscovering something lost was the fear that it might never be found again.' with Martin Benson , Vivienne Chatterton
Roger Delgado , David Page and Esme Percy
Narrator, James McKechnie
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Third Programme

WALT WHITMAN

Henry Reed introduces a selection from his poetry
Reader, Guy Kingsley-Poynter
Production by Frank Hauser
Third Programme

Cyril Cusack Vivienne Chatterton. Esme Percy in 'RETURN TO NAPLES'

by Henry Reed
' To see them again would be something more than a mere return; joined with the khope of rediscovering something lost was the tear that it might never be found again.
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
Third Programme

' THE UNBLEST'

A study of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi as a child and in early manhood
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
andOthers taking part:
Joan Hart , Beryl Calder
Malcolm Hayes David Markham Robert Marsden Lydia Sherwood and Barbara Trevor
Time: 1808-22. Scene: Recanati and Macerata in E. Italy
Third Programme

' THE MONUMENT '

A study of the last years of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
and , and Band music composed and directed by John Hotchkis
Children's song by Antony Hopkins
Time: 1832-37 -
Scene: Florence and Naples
Third Programme

THE MONUMENT '

A study of the last years of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
, and , and Band music composed and directed by John Hotchkis
Children's song by Antony Hopkins
Time: 1832-37
Scene: Florence and Naples
Third Programme

'THE MONUMENT'

The second part of a dramatic study of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Third Programme

'THE MONUMENT'

A study of the last years of the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi
Written for broadcasting by Henry Reed
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
(Continued in next column)
The voices of childhood:
Ysanne Churchman , Joan Hart. Carleton Hobbs , David Markham. Marjorie Westbury , and Gladys Young
Actors, intellectuals, residents of Florence and of Naples: Roger Delgado , Alastair Duncan. Hamilton Dyce , Stanley Groome , Molly Lawson , Joan Matheson , John Turnbuil , Margaret Vines , and Richard Williams
Band music composed and directed by John Hotchkis
Children's song by Antony Hopkins
Time: 1832-37
Scene: Florence and Naples
Third Programme

Cyril Cusack Vivienne Chatterton. Esme Percy in RETURN TO NAPLES'

by Henry Reed with James McKechnie as Narrator
Production by Douglas Cleverdon






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