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Grushenka has rejected both father and son for a previous lover, and Ivan has been told that his father's servant is going to be taken with an epileptic fit.
Part 4: Parricide
Script editor, Michael Voysey
Designer, Tony Abbott
Directed by ALAN BRIDGES
Recorded in the BBC's Glasgow studio


Dramatised By: Frederick Gotfurt
Editor: Michael Voysey
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Douglas Allen
Directed By: Alan Bridges
Mitya Karamazov: Ray Barrett
Fenya: Elizabeth Howarth
Grigory: Robert Sansom
Marfa: Marjorie Wilde
Smerdyakov: Alan Rowe
Fyodor Karamazov: John Barrie
Waiter: Ronald Muirhead
Perkhotin: Frederick Bartman
Billiard player: Brian Vaughan
Andrey: Edward Kelsey
Father Paissy: John Moore
Alyosha Karamazov: Nicholas Pennell
Grushenka: Judith Stott
Mussyalovich: James Ottaway
Vrublevsky: Vernon Dobtcheff
Maximov: Arthur Pentelow
Kalganov: Richard Coe
Trifon Plastunov: Alex McCrindle
Mrs Khokhlakov: Ann Castle
Village yokel: Alistair Colledge
Doctor Varvinsky: John Shedden
Mikhail Makarov: Norman Scace
Police secretary: David McKail
Policeman: Gerard Slevin
Gypsy dancers: Delphine
Gypsy dancers: Ken Hamilton
Fire-eater: Elizabeth King
Bear dancers: Edith Goy
Bear dancers: Dorothy Grumbar
Girls: Leonie Jessel
Girls: Leslie Blackater

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BBC Two England, 3 January 1965 22.10

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