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A Tale of Everyman's Journey through Life and of his many moods
An Anthology of Poetry and Music
From the works of George Santayana , Arthur O'Shaughnessy , Robert Bridges , William Wordsworth , G. K. Chesterton , Arthur Hugh Clough , John Donne , Robert Herrick , Francis Thompson , William Blake ; and the Books of Isaiah and the Psalms
With a Prologue by HUMBERT WOLFE
Spoken by DENNIS ARUNDELL (by kind permission of Miss Lilian Baylis ) and RICHARD AINLEY
TONIGHT will be broadcast' the second mood of the Pilgrim-that of Faith. Listeners will remember that in these sensitive word-pictures they are to see a reflection of themselves, just as the mediaeval audience saw themselves mirrored in 'Everyman '.
Tonight, then, Faith has been born of Hope. Our pilgrim believes. Nothing yet has disillusioned him. And out qf Belief is to come Joy, to be broadcast on the second Sunday in March.


Unknown: George Santayana
Unknown: Arthur O'Shaughnessy
Unknown: Robert Bridges
Unknown: William Wordsworth
Unknown: G. K. Chesterton
Unknown: Arthur Hugh Clough
Unknown: John Donne
Unknown: Robert Herrick
Unknown: Francis Thompson
Unknown: William Blake
Spoken By: Dennis Arundell
Unknown: Miss Lilian Baylis
Unknown: Richard Ainley

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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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