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Wednesday Matinee ' THE DARK HOUSE '


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A radio play by Evan Morgan
Production by John Griffiths
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 25 in the Welsh Home Service)
A radio fantasy by Henry Williams
Other parts played by: Gwilym Rhydderch. E. J. Baldock
Michael Aspel. Denis Charlton
R. M. Williams , Gillian Sterrett Production by Emyr Humphreys


Play By: Evan Morgan
Production By: John Griffiths
Unknown: Henry Williams
Played By: Gwilym Rhydderch.
Played By: E. J. Baldock
Unknown: Michael Aspel.
Unknown: Denis Charlton
Unknown: R. M. Williams
Unknown: Gillian Sterrett
Production By: Emyr Humphreys
Daniel Price: Brinley Jenkins
Mother: Vida Harries
Father: Jack James
Gwen: Peggy Holmes
Edwin Hopkins: Eric Ellis
Dr Jameson: John Harries
Mr Mathews: Evan Morgan
Police Sergeant: R Howell Evans
Judge: R Howell Evans
Coroner: Bruce Mayne
Prosecuting Counsel: Gerald James
Hector Pugh: Bernard O'Brien
Hilda Pugh: Vera Meazey
Jill Pugh: Gillian Sterrett
Mr Pollock: Denis Charlton
Sir Hugo Wylie: Leonard Mayo
Police Inspector: E J Baldock
Police Sergeant: Arthur Morris Jones

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Wednesday Matinee ' THE DARK HOUSE '

BBC Home Service Basic, 2 January 1957 15.00

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