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: Love - and How to Cure It

by Thornton Wilder.
[Starring] Edward Chapman, Louise Hampton, and Barbara Everest in two one-act plays
The action takes place on the stage of the Tivoli Palace of Music, London, in the year 1895

Contributors

Author: Thornton Wilder
Producer: Royston Morley
Linda, a dancer: Sara Gregory
Joey, a heavy comedian: Edward Chapman
Rowena, a mature soubrette: Louise Hampton
[Actress]: Barbara Everest
[Actor]: Arthur Warburton
[Actor]: Vernon Greeves

: Film

: Two Gentlemen of Soho

A play in verse by A. P. Herbert.
The scene is 'The Colts and Fillies', a nightclub in Soho

Contributors

Author: A. P. Herbert
Producer: Royston Morley
Plum: Edward Chapman
Topsy: Sara Gregory
Lady Laetitia: Hermione Hannen
Lord Withers: Robert Eddison
A waiter: Erik Chitty
Hubert: Vernon Greeves
The Duchess of Canterbury: Barbara Everest
Sneak: John Laurie

: A Hundred Years Old

A comedy by Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero. English version by Helen and Hartley Granville-Baker.
The action takes place in a room in Papa Juan's house in the small Andalusian town of Arenales del Rio

Contributors

Author: Serafin Quintero
Author: Joaquin Alvarez Quintero
English version: Helen Granville-Baker
English version: Hartley Granville-Baker
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Producer: Harold Clayton
Manuel: Alban Blakelock
Carmen Campos: Valentine Dunn
Dona Marciala: Helen Haye
Don Evaristo: E.H. Messiter
Papa Juan: Lawrence Hanray
Dona Filomena: Phyllis Morris
Eulalia: Jane Holland
Currita: Joan Newell
Trino: Nigel Patrick
Antonon: Robert Adam
Alonso: Michael Finlayson








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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