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Malcolm Hayes with John Sharp, Ion Lubbock and Anthony Shaw in 'JULY THE FOURTEENTH'

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by Romain Rolland
Translated by John Holmstrom
Adapted and produced by R. D. Smith
SCENE: Paris, 1789: The garden of the Palais Royale-a street—the Bastille
Main characters in order of speaking:
(Continued in next column)
Leaders of the crowd:
David Garth , Geoffrey Matthews
Anthony Sagar , Brian Wilde with Robert Chetwyn. Leigh Crutchley
John Dearth , Geoffrey Lumsden
Norma Shebbeare , Norman Wynne and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Drummer, James Blades

Contributors

Unknown: Romain Rolland
Translated By: John Holmstrom
Produced By: R. D. Smith
Unknown: David Garth
Unknown: Geoffrey Matthews
Unknown: Anthony Sagar
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Unknown: Robert Chetwyn.
Unknown: Leigh Crutchley
Unknown: John Dearth
Unknown: Geoffrey Lumsden
Unknown: Norma Shebbeare
Unknown: Norman Wynne
Unknown: James Blades
Worker: Henry Webb
Gonchon: Edward Burnham
Camille Desmoulins: Ian Lubbock
Madman: Brian Wilde
Louisa Contat, an actress: June Tobin
Hulin: John Sharp
Marat: Anthony Jacobs
Julie, a child: Jill Raymond
Small boy: Molly Lawson
Hoche: Malcolm Hayes
Marquis de Vintimille: Anthony Shaw
Old market woman: Doris Nichols
Robespierre: John Ruddock
Mason: Frank Windsor
Joiner: David Garth
Lucile: Betty Linton
Guard :: Patrick Magee
De Launey, governor of the Bastille: Robert Sansom
Invalide Bequart: George Bishop
De Fiue, officer commanding commanding Swiss Guards: Derek Birch

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Malcolm Hayes with John Sharp, Ion Lubbock and Anthony Shaw in 'JULY THE FOURTEENTH'

Third Programme, 29 July 1957 20.00






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