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The Monday Play

Synopsis

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Suzanna Andler by MARGUERITE DURAS translated and adapted for radio by BARBARA BRAY with Vivien Merchant and David Buck
Husband or Lover? Under a screen of superficial banality, the author of Hiroshima, mon Amour probes deeply and sensitively into the mind of a rich and beautiful woman poised on the brink of emotional crisis.
Suzanna Andler. VIVIEN MERCHANT
With DEBORAH DALLAS
Producer ARCHIE CAMPBELL
Mme Duras sets up her intensely emotional situation in terms of no emotion ... an astonishing piece of apparent non-art. Archie Campbell handled this gem with the finesse of an expert (THE LISTENER)

Contributors

Unknown: Suzanna Andler
Unknown: Marguerite Duras
Unknown: Barbara Bray
Unknown: David Buck
Unknown: Suzanna Andler.
Producer: Archie Campbell
Unknown: Mme Duras
Unknown: Archie Campbell
Riviere: Godfrey Kenton
Michel Cayre: David Buck
Monique Combes: Nicolette Bernard
Jean: Richard Hurndall






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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.

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