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by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Translated and adapted for radio by NICHOLAS BETHELL
Produced by JOHN GIBSON Central Siberia in 1950 Third broadcast
One Dati in the Life 01 Iran Denisoiiirh was published in Navy Mir in November 1962 by a personal decision of Nikita Khrush chev. The time had come. decided Khrushchev, to reveal in the form of a novel details of life in a Stalinist corrective labour camp and bring Stalinism into the open.


Unknown: Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Radio By: Nicholas Bethell
Produced By: John Gibson
Unknown: Nikita Khrush
Ivan Denisovich: Nigel Stock
Buinovsky: Lockwood West
Tiurin: John Hollis
Caesar: Basil Jones
Alyosha: Emrys James
Fetyukov: Leroy Lingwood
Kolya: Ronald Herdman
Der: Douglas Hankin
Tartar Guard: Michael Graham Cox
Second Guard: Nigel Clayton
Third Guard: David Brierley
Searcher: Ronald Herdman
Radio Announcer: Gudrun Ure

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BBC Radio 3, 2 April 1968 20.00

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