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Henry VI

on BBC Radio 3

by William SHAKESPEARE The three
Henry VI plays abridged into two parts by RAYMOND RAIKES Part 1:
Henry VI Part 1 and Henry VI Part 2 to Act 4, Se 1 (approximate historical dates: 1422-1450) with Ian McKellen as The Duke of York and his son Richard Crookhack
Barbara Jeffcrd , John Gabriel Norman Shelley ,
Clifford Norgate , Nigel Lambert
The original stage directions read by GABRIEL WOOLF
Music by STEPHEN DODGSON played by a section of the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAE JENKINS
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES (Part 2: Next Sunday)
During the Interval 7.50*-8.0* English Keyboard Music Dances by JOHN BULL played by THURSTON DART (harpsichord) gramophone record


William Shakespeare
Raymond Raikes
Ian McKellen
Richard Crookhack
Barbara Jeffcrd
John Gabriel
Norman Shelley
Clifford Norgate
Nigel Lambert
Read By:
Gabriel Woolf
Music By:
Stephen Dodgson
Conducted By:
Rae Jenkins
Produced By:
Raymond Raikes
John Bull
Played By:
Thurston Dart
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, the Protector:
John Gabriel
Earl of Warwick:
Clifford Norgate
Henry Beaufort, Bishop of Winchester:
Norman Shelley
Trevor Martin
Captain to Lord Talbot:
Edward Kelsey
Charles The Dauphin:
Basil Langton
Reignier, Duke of Anjou, titular King of Naples:
Kerry Francis
Bastard of Orleans:
Patrick Tull
Joan La Pucelle:
Elizabeth Morgan
Mayor of London:
James Thomason
Master-Gunner of Orleans:
David Valla
Earl of Salisbury:
Hector Ross
Lord Talbot:
Francis de Wolff
Duke of Alanson, Captain of the Watch:
Trevor Martin
Duke of Burgundy:
Gerald Cross
Countess of Auvergne:
Marjorie Westbury
Richard Plantagenet, later:
Duke Of York Ian McKellen
William de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk:
Leslie Heritage
King Henry VI:
Nigel Lambert
Sir William Lucy:
John Rye
Margaret of Anjou, daughter to Reignier:
Barbara Jefford
Joan's father:
Edward Kelsey
Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester:
Gladys Spencer
A priest:
Brian Hewlett
A conjurer:
Gerald Cross
A Witch:
Denise Bryer
Walter Whitmore, Master of a ship-of-war:
Hector Ross
His mate:
Sean Barrett

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