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BBC Two England

Elizabeth R

Glenda Jackson as Elizabeth I in Horrible Conspiracies by HUGH WHITEMORE
Stephen Murray as Walsingham Vivian Pickles as Mary, Queen of Scots with David Collings as Sir Anthony Babington Costumes
ELIZABETH WALLER MUSic DAVID MUNROW
Designer RICHARD HENRY
Produced and directed by RODERICK GRAHAM
BBC Radio 3

Henry V

John Howe , John Gtelgud in the play by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE with Michael Aldridge. Barry Foster David Graham. Antony Hall Martin Jarvis , Peter Jeffrey Angela Pleasence , Elizabeth Spriggs. Patrick Troughton Timothy West.
Peter Woodth 'orpe and Alec McCowen Music composed by David Cain and played by CHRISTOPHER BALL JOHN ROYSTON MITCHELL and the SINFONIA SACRAE
Technical presentation by PETER novis , assisted by ANTHEA DAVIES and ENYD CLOWES
Produced and directed by MARTIN JENKINS
During the interval 7.25*-7.30* a record of Machaut's Ballade: Mes esperis se combat
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW
BBC One London

Elizabeth R

The fourth of six plays starring Glenda Jackson in Horrible Conspiracies by HLGH WHITEMORE with Stephen Murray , Vivian Pickles and David Collings
Cast in order of appearance:
Music DAVID MUNROW
Produced and directed by RODERICK GRAHAM
Network Three

A CONCERT OF RENAISSANCE AND MEDIEVAL MUSIC

Musica Reservata
Jantina Noormann
Grayston Burgess. Tom Sutcliffe John Whitworth , Nigel Rogers John Frost. Geoffrey Shaw John Sothcott , John Lawes
Michael Oxenham. Francis Grubb David Munrow , Claire Shanks David Fallows. Richard Bethell Don Smithers , Alan Lumsden Tony Moore. John Edney Daphne Webb , Ruth David Roderick Skeaping
Kenneth Skeaping. Desmond Dupre Dietrich Kessler , Adam Skeaping Ian Harwood. Brian Wilson Christopher Hogwood John O'Sullivan
Harold Lester , James Blades
Director, MICHAEL MORROW
Conducted by John Beckett
From the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London
ⓢ Part 1
BBC Radio 4 FM

THE HOBBIT

or There and Back Again by J. R. R. Tolkien adapted by MICHAEL KILGARRIFF with music by DAVID CAIN starring
with John Justin , Heron Carvic and Anthony Jackson 8: The Clouds burst
Music played by members of the EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW and sung by members of the cast
Special sound: David Cain and Dick Mills , BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Technical team under the direction of Harry Catlin
Produced by JOHN POWELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

THE HOBBIT

or There and Back Again by J. R. R. Tolkien
An epic of high adventure adapted as a serial for radio in eight parts by MICHAEL KILGARRIFF with music by DAVID CAIN starring
Paul Daneman as Bilbo Baggins with John Justin , Heron Carvic
Anthony Jackson , Wolfe Morris ' Clap. snap! the black crack Grip grab, pinch nab!
And down. down to Goblin town You go. my lad!'
3: Riddles in the Dark
Goblins played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Music played by members of the EARI.Y Music Consort directed by DAVID MUNROW and sung by members of the cast
Special sound by David Cain and Dick Mills of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by JOHN POWELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

Themes and Variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words.
5: Village Church
Composed and produced by DANIEL SNOWMAN under the direction of Paul Hyams , Fellow and Lecturer in Modern History, University of Oxford, who also speaks the commentary.
Speakers for the People: BILL COWLEY, EYTON BOULDEN, BRUNO TURNER , GORDON BAVERSTOCK, ARTHUR MORLEY , MOLLY CALLWOOD , JONATHAN WOOD. LAURENCE BUR-GOIN, PETER WARHAM , BRIAN SAWYER, MRS FENN , MR HASSOCK, MRS HASSOCK, GORDON HINES , GWEIRYD THOMAS , HUGH TREVOR -ROPER, RUSSEL SOMERTON. STEPHEN COOMB , BERT PAYNE , BRIAN PEAR SON. JIM CODDEN, RALPH HARRIS , YVONNB HARRIS , TERRY YARNALL , LOUIS DALE. CLIFFORD COUSINS, MARY ANDERSON , R. P. BAGNAI. L-OAKELEY, NORMAN BELCHER , JIM COLE , JANE POOLE , JACK THREL -FALL. BRIAN HOMER, MR KEFFORD , REG GAMBLE, WILLIAM ROBERTS , RAY GOSLING , DICK GRAHAM
Producer for the voices of the People: CHARLES PARKER , assisted by JOHN MERSON and JON CROOK
Special music, sound composition and orchestration by DAVID CAIN , assisted by NORMAN MCLEOD THE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW Readers JANE KNOWLES
GERALD CROSS, DAVID VALLA
TREVOR MARTIN , CLIFFORD NORGATE Additional commentary by MICHAEL DRAKE
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

Themes and Variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words.
4.: Horsemen
The medieval knight comes over with Norman William. He has courage and power: he can be hero and gangster.
Composed and produced by MICHAEL MASON under the direction of Maurice Keen, Fellow and Tutor of Medieval History, University of Oxford, who also speaks the commentary. Speakers for the People
W. G. HOSKINS. WILLIAM BUCKING-HAM, ERIC LOWE. PETER WARHAM. MICHEL CANTIN , ALFRED KOENIG. MR SANDFORD. ANDREW CHARNLEY-SMITH, BRIAN PEARSON , ENRIQUES JARERO, MANUEL LAZARENO. ROGER KING. JONATHAN WOOD. RICHARD HAMILTON , RAY GOSLING . LAURENCE BURGOIN , ALAN HANCOX. TERENCE BARLOW. TERENCE RIGHT .
BRUNO TURNER , J. EDWARDS , B. SPENCE. R. BAGNALL-OAKELEY . REG GAMBLE. GLYN MORGAN. JOHN ELEY , KEN-NETH RIVET . GWEIRYD THOMAS , JOHN BARRETT , BRIAN UNDERWOOD Producer for the voices of the People CHARLES PARKER , assisted by JOHN MERSON and JON CROOK
Special music, sound composition and orchestration by DAVID CAIN , assisted by NORMAN MCLEOD and LLOYD SILVERTHORNE
THE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW Readers TREVOR MARTIN
DAVID VALLA , GERALD CROSS
CLIFFORD NORGATE , JANE KNOWLES Additional commentary by JACQUETTA HAWKES , MICHAEL DRAKE The series of 2ti programmes created in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by MICHAEL MASON
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

21: High Imperial Noon The Victorian Empire
Speakers for the People: TERRY YARNELL, DILIP HIRO, BRIAN PEARSON, RICHARD TAYLOR, HAROLD JANNER, J. S. HOLDSWORTH, KEN HAIGH, ANGUS MCLELLAN, BRIGADIER BURTON, CALUM GRAHAM, MR GUDGIN, HARRY BROSCAM, MICHAEL REEVES, BILLY KING-HARMAN, PETER ASHTON-WICHETT, MARTIN KONNILLY, DR MACDONALD, BEN BRIGHT, MR CADMAN, CALUM MCLEOD, JIM O'CONNOR, A. TUCKER, CHARLES FENWICK, NICHOLAS BOGGIS-ROLFE, W. HOLLINS, KEITH MURRAY, ANN ROSS, REV ARTHUR LLEWELLYN JONES, GEORGE WORRALL, DAVID BURN, CLIFFORD COUSINS, ANDREAS KNYPERS, AI.ISTAIR GARDNER, MARK STRUTT, RONALD SPENCER, G. BRESLIN, MR WILLATS, H. GILES, MRS LOCKWOOD , DAVID GUEST.
Producer for the voices of the People: CHARLES PARKER , assisted by JOHN MERSON and JON CROOK Special music by DAVID CAIN Programme realisation by DICK MILLS , LLOYD SILVERTHORNE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW Readers RONALD HERDMAN
WILLIAM FOX. JANE KNOWLES and HENRY STAMPER
Additional commentary by JACQUETTA HAWKES , MICHAEL DRAKE
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

Themes and Variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words.
8: Madripal for Mixed Voices The New Age of Elizabeth
For good and ill, the people and their Queen are suddenly linked together with a closeness perhaps unequalled before or since.
Composed and produced by MICHAEL MASON under the direction of Joel Hurstfield , Astor Professor of English History at University College. London, who also speaks the commentary.
Speakers for the People:
ERNEST MAGRITH, J. EDWARDS , JOHN DUNBAR , C. R. MITCHELL. HANNA WEIL , FRED CROFT , REG GAMBLE, MRS ROWLAND. MRS PEL-HAM, STANLEY ALLEN , RUTH GUMB , RICARDO ARAGNO , LOUIS DALE. DICK OAKLEY , WILLIAM ANDREWS , STANLEY WILSON , GARRY DAVIS. ANTHONY RYE, ANDREW SAER , FRANK WHITE. JACK CRISP. JOHN SHEARS, PAT BLISS , MRS IRELAND. RUDOLF STRAUSS. RAYMOND BETTERICK. MR LAWRENCE. DICK GRAHAM , FRANCIS MOSS. KEN SEYMOUR. FARMER STEVENS. BRIAN SAWYER, MR YOUNG. MARGARET OSBORNE , JOHN PLUMB. EDGAR ANSTEY , BEN DAVIES , BERNARD CASE. JAMES MUIR WATT. BRUNO TURNER
Producer for the voices of the People: CHARLES PARKER. assisted by JOHN MERSON and JON CROOK
Special music, sound composition and orchestration by DAVID Cain , assisted by LLOYD SILVERTHORNE
THE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW Readers SEAN BARRETT
DAVID BRIERLEY , RONALD HERDMAN HENRY STAMPER , ELIZABETH PROUD Additional commentary bv
JACQUETTA HAWKES , MICHAEL DRAKE and CHRISTOPHER LLOYD
The series of 26 programmes created in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by MICHAEL MASON (Repeated: Wed. 3.45 pm)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

22: The Inferno: 1914-1918
Speakers for the People HAROLD JANNER , CAl.UM GRAHAM, MARK STRUTT , MATTHEW FESTINGS , A. J. MARTIN , JOHN ANSTEY. JOAN MITCHELL , REG MOSS. KAY BLISS , CECIL ABBOTSON , NORMAN WISE-MAN, BRIGADlER BURTON , TOM SALMON, JOHN HENDERSON , MRS LOCKWOOD , GERALD MICHAELS , MR WILI. ATS, GERALD KNIGHTS, GOD-FREY CORNWALL, MICHAEL REEVES , P. DAVIS , C. W. BARTLE , PETER ASTON-WICHETT , RAY PETT, ASTON GAZE, LESLIE ASHTON , CHARLES FENWICK , DOREEN TURNER , DAVID SUTTON , MR CADMAN , W. E. MELL , TERRY FLEMING , LYN GOLDBERG , BUNTY KING, BRUNO TURNER , MR THORNTON, NICHOLAS BOGGIS-ROLFE, ROBERT BURNS , ANTHONY RYE.
Producer for the voices of the People CHARLES PARKER , assisted by JOHN MERSON and JON CROOK Special music by DAVID CAIN Programme realisation by DICK MILLS. LLOYD SILVERTHORNE
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW Readers WILLIAM FOX
WILLIAM EEDLE , GARARD GREEN ANTHONY HALL , HAYDN JONES Additional commentary by MICHAEL DRAKE , JACQUETTA HAWKES
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman: 6: Ploughmen - The Medieval Peasant

Themes and variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words.
In the Middle Ages the peasant carries everyone else on his back. He does it with mixed feelings...
Composed and produced by Michael Mason under the direction of Barrie Dobson, Senior Lecturer in History at the University of York, who also speaks the commentary.
Speakers for the people: Mr Andrews, Bill Cowley, Mr Sandford, Arthur Morley, Harold Hingley, Norman Daniel, Richard Hamilton, Jim Codden, Eyton Boulden, W. Richards, Ray Gosling, Tom Clark, Harry Bland, Brian Pearson, Norman Belcher, E.J. Gurney, Mrs Freshney, Gordon Baverstock, Farmer Stevens, Dick Graham, N.C. Bush, Louis Dale, George Smallwood, Mr James, Terry Yarnell
Producer for the voices of the people, Charles Parker, assisted by John Merson and Jon Crook.
Special music, sound composition and orchestration by David Cain, assisted by Norman McLeod
The Early Music Consort directed by David Munrow
Readers Clifford Norgate, Gerald Cross, David Valla, Henry Stamper, Jane Knowles
Additional commentary by Jacquetta Hawkes and Michael Drake
The series of 26 programmes created in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by Michael Mason
(Repeated: Wed, 3.45 pm)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

26: Between Tiro Worlds: Our Own Changing Society
Composed and produced by DANIEL SNOWMAN under the direction of Stuart Hall. Acting Director. Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies. University of Birmingham, who also speaks the commentary. Readers JOHN SAMSON
DAVID VALLA , NIGEL LAMBERT
Speakers for the voices of the People: NORMAN DANIEL. HUGH TREVOR-ROPER and voices from BBC Sound Archive recordings. Producer for the voices of the People: CHARLES PARKER. assisted by JOHN MERSON and JON CROOK Literary advisers: MICHAEL ALEXANDER . Lecturer in English at the University of Stirling: RAY-MOND Williams. Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, and University Reader in Drama
Central consultants: ASA BRIGGS, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sussex; (;WYN Williams. Professor of History at the University of York Special music by DAVID CAIN
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW Programme realisation by PICK MILLS , LLOYD SILVERTHORNE Folk music adviser
MADEAU STEWART
Producer's assistant I.IBBY MAUDE The series of 26 programmes created in the BBC Radiuphonic
Workshop by MICHAEL MASON
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

Themes and Variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words.
9: London
Composed and produced by Daniel SNOWMAN under the direction of Dr Valerie Pearl , Reader in the History of London at University College,
London, who also speaks the Commentary.
Special music, sound composition and orchestration by DAVID CAIN , assisted by LLOYD SII.VERTHORNE
THE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW
Readers:
DAVID BRIERLEY , RONALD HERDMAN NIGEL ANTHONY , HENRY STAMPER Additional commentary by JACQUETTA H.1WKES , MICHAEL DRAKE
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

Themes and Variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words.
7: The Sheep Hath Paid for All: Masters and Men in late medieval Britain
In the vears after the defeat of the Peasants' Revolt in 1381 Everyman found, to his surprise. that his wages were rising and his rents falling. But his luck was not to last ... Composed and produced by DANIEL SNOWMAN under the direction of Rodney Hilton , Professor of Medieval History at the University of Birmingham who also speaks the commentary.
Speakers for the People:
RAY GOSLING , LOUIS DALE.
JOHN SHEARS. MRS FENN , GORDON BAV-ERSTOCK , ALBERT WALKER , ERIC LOWE , W. RICHARDS , ALEC VARDEN , JIM BROWN , REG GAMBLE, KEN SEYMOUR , C. R. MITCHELL. FRANK WHITE. HENRY EBNER , MR ANDREWS , MR CHESSON , MRS DALEY , LOUIS HANKS. FRED ADAMS. F. KEY . BEN DAVIES , BRIAN SAWYER , STANLEY ALLEN , MRS PELHAM , JOHN ELEY. GLYN MORGAN
Producer for the voices of the People: CHARLES PARKER , assisted by JOHN MERSON and JON CROOK
Special music, sound composition and orchestration by DAVID CAIN , assisted by LLOYD SILVERTHORNE
THE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW Reader's EVA STUART
GARARD GREEN , DAVID BRIERI. EY Additional commentary by MICHAEL DRAKE
The series of 26 programmes created in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by MICHAEL MASON
BBC Radio 3

CD Masters

Presented by Jonathan Swain. Featuring Dances from Terpsichore and recordings by John Barbirolli. Praetorius Terpsichore (excerpts) Early Music
Consort of London, director David Munrow (winds)
10.08 Delius The Walk to the Paradise Garden
(A Village Romeo and Juliet)
Vienna PO, conductor John Barbirolli
10.19 Praetorius Terpsichore (excerpts)
New London Consort, director Philip Pickett (winds)
10.32 Vaughan Williams A London Symphony (Symphony No 2)
Halle Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
11.20 Praetorius, arr David Purser Terpsichore (excerpts)
London Brass, directed by David Purser
11.28 Charpentier Te Deum , H146
BBC Radio 3

Much Ado About Nothing

Comedy by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE written 1598-99 with Fenella Fielding, Paul Daneman Ralph Richardson , Cecil Parker Ronald Allen , Perlita Neilson Martin Jarvis. Heron Carvic and Richard Goolden
The action of the play takes place in the city of Messina, in and around the palace of Leonato the Governor, during a Spanish occupation of Sicily, many many years ago and the people of Messina The instrumentalists DAVID MUNROW
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
OLIVER BROOKES , JAMES BLADES MICHAEL LAIRD , ROGER BRENNER The singers SALLY LE SAGE
JAMES BOWMAN , NIGEL ROGERS
Music composed by DAVID CAIN with special sound by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The play, which is given without an interval, is adapted and produced by JOHN powell (To be repeated on 2 Nov.)
BBC Two England

Elizabeth R

Glenda Jackson as Elizabeth I in Horrible Conspiracies by HUGH WHITEMORE Costumes
ELIZABETH WALLER
Make-up SANDRA SHEPHERD , DAWN ALCOCK Music DAVID MUNROW
Designer Richard HENRY
Produced and directed by RODERICK GRAHAM
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

Themes and Variations from the History of the People in Britain, based upon their own words
3: Alfred's Jewel
The Anglo-Saxons gave England its village landscape, Its language, its love of loyalty and law; their society, at its best, was a small, fine jewel.
Composed and produced by MICHAEL MASON under the direction of H. R. Loyn , Professor of Medieval History at University College, Cardiff, who also speaks the commentary.
Special music, sound composition and orchestration by DAVID CAIN
THE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW Readers CLIFFORD NORGATE SARA COWARD , JOHN RYE
TREVOR MARTIN , DAVID BRIERLEY Additional commentary by ANNE ROSS , JACQUETTA HAWKES and MICHAEL DRAKE
The series of 26 programmes created in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by MICHAEL MASON (Further details as Sunday)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long March of Everyman

20: Poverty and Progress
Towards the end of the 19th century, Everyman-and. to some extent, Everywoman - starts to acquire his bicycle, his music-halls and even his motor car.
Special music by DAVID cain Programme realisation by DICK MILLS , LLOYD SILVERTHORNE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW Readers WILLIAM FOX
KATHERINE PARR , DAVID BRIERLET Additional commentary by MICHAEL DRAKE
The series of 26 programmes created in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by michaei. MASON






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