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Saturday-Night Theatre


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Fenella Fielding and Stephen Murray in The Liars an original comedy in four acts by HENRY ARTHUR JONES adapted for stereo and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
1 Above all things, tell no untruth; no, not in trifles; the custom of it is naughty.' (SIR HENRY SIDNEY 'S letter to his son Philip Sidney )
Time: The summer of 1897 (Repeated: Monday, 3.5 pm)


Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: Henry Arthur Jones
Duced By: Raymond Raikes
Unknown: Henry Sidney
Unknown: Philip Sidney
Archibald Coke: Kerry Francis
Freddie Tatton: David Timson
Mrs Crespin: Betty Hunti.Ey-Wright
Col Sir Christopher Deering: Stephen Murray
George Nepean: Stephen Thorne
Lady Rosamund Tatton: Diana Olsson
Dolly Coke, her cousin: Elizabeth Morgan
Lady Jessica Nepean, Rosa mund's sister: Fenella Fielding
Edward Falkner: Vernon Joyner
Gilbert Nepean, Jessica's husband: William Sleigh
Beatrice Ebernoe: Sandra Clark
Waiter: Manning Wilson
Footman: Anthony Daniels
Taplin: David Sinclair

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Saturday-Night Theatre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 9 March 1974 20.30

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