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Thomas Love Peacock ' NIGHTMARE ABBEY'


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Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Scythrop: Richard Burton
Marionetta: Diana Maddox
Celinda: Maxine Audley
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Mrs Hilary: Thea Wells
The Rev Mr Larynx: Martin Boddey
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Narrator: Cyril Cusack

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Thomas Love Peacock ' NIGHTMARE ABBEY'

Third Programme, 2 December 1949 20.45

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