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by Sophocles.
An introduction by James Grout to next week's production.
with Freda Dowie, Richard Mayes, Sonia Fraser, Charles Laurence, Terence Greenidge, Timothy Palmer.
In the excerpts from next week's telerecording of "Antigone":
Christopher Banks, Richard Burnett, Keith Campbell, Freda Dowie, Sonia Fraser, Marcel Fugere, Kelvin Garner, Robert Gillespie, James Grout, Robert Harris,
Donald Hoath, Kenneth Keeling, John H. Moore, Guy Standeven, Peter Thornton, Geoffrey Witherick
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Author: Sophocles
Presenter: James Grout
Designer: Charles Lawrence
Script/Production: Ronald Eyre
[Actress]: Freda Dowie
[Actor]: Richard Mayes
[Actress]: Sonia Fraser
[Actor]: Charles Laurence
[Actor]: Terence Greenidge
[Actor]: Timothy Palmer
[Actor]: Richard Burnett
[Actor]: Keith Campbell
[Actor]: Marcel Fugere
[Actor]: Kelvin Garner
[Actor]: Robert Gillespie
[Actor]: James Grout
[Actor]: Robert Harris
[Actor]: Donald Hoath
[Actor]: Kenneth Keeling
[Actor]: John H. Moore
[Actor]: Guy Standeven
[Actor]: Peter Thornton
[Actor]: Geoffrey Witherick

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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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