Questions of faith and conduct put by members of an invited audience are discussed by:
C. A. Coulson Professor of Applied Mathematics in the University of Oxford
The Abbot of Downside
Diana Reader Harris Headmistress of Sherborne School for Girls
The Bishop of Stepney
Question-Master, Alan Gibson
with Elizabeth Allan, Eunice Gayson, Michael Pertwee and Rikki Fulton as the newshawks.
Peter West in the chair.
Special investigators, Pauline and Larry Forrester
A love story.
Adapted from Hermann Sudermann's play.
Translated by Ashley Dukes.
[Starring] Jeannette Sterke and Laurence Payne
Traditional guitar music and songs by the Castillas Twins
The action takes place in a Mexican village a few hours' bus ride from the capital. It begins on June 23 and ends four days later.
See facing page
Edmundo Vargas, a landowner:
Isabel, his wife:
Alicia, his daughter:
Maria, his foster-child:
Luis Ybarra, his nephew:
Pepe the farm overseer:
Sanchez, the schoolmaster:
Petra, the cook:
La Cachiporra, an Indian woman:
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