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by MAURICE CRANSTON with Godfrey Quigley as Edmund Burke
Andrew Crnickshank as Thomas Fame and Margaretta Scott as Mary Wollstonecraft
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
This dialogue is assumed to take place in 1790, when Edmund Burke was writing his Reflections on the Revolution in France. Burke defends his views against two left-wing friends, Thomas Paine , who had made his name in America as the author of the revolutionary tract, Common Sense, and Mary Wollstonecraft , who later married William Godwin.
To be repeated on January 23


Unknown: Maurice Cranston
Unknown: Godfrey Quigley
Unknown: Edmund Burke
Unknown: Andrew Crnickshank
Unknown: Thomas Fame
Unknown: Margaretta Scott
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Edmund Burke
Unknown: Thomas Paine
Unknown: Mary Wollstonecraft
Unknown: William Godwin.

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Third Programme, 3 January 1962 20.30

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