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Ben Jonson Quatercentenary 1572-1972


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The Silent Woman (1609)
The comedy adapted for stereo by RAYMOND RAIKES
with Marius Goring, Heron Carvic, Peggy Mount and Norman Shelley
Ladies Collegiate: with members of the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader jose-luis GARCIA conducted by RAE JENKINS Producer RAYMOND RAIKES
(Marius Goring is in "Sleuth" at St Martin's Theatre, London)
Interval (8.0*-8.10*) Stereo
Praetorius Six dances from Terpsichore
gramophone record
followed by an interlude


Music By: Stephen Dodgson
Leader: Jose-Luis Garcia
Conducted By: Rae Jenkins
Producer: Raymond Raikes
Ned Clerimont: John Westbrook
His page: Barnaby Williams
Truewit, his friend: Marius Goring
Sir Dauphine Eugenie, nephewto Morose: Gabriel Woolf
Sir Amorous La-Foote: Ronald Herdman
Mute, servant to Morose: William Eedle
Morose, a gentleman that loves V: Heron Carvic
Cutbeard, a barber: John Ruddock
Sir John Daw: Michael Kilgarriff
Mistress Epicoene, the Silent Woman: Judy Bennett
Thomas Otter, a land and sea Captain: Norman Shelley
Mistress Otter, his wife: Peggy Mount
A Parson: Willlam Eedle
Lady Haughty: Kate Binchy
Lady Centaure: Betty Baskcomb

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Ben Jonson Quatercentenary 1572-1972

BBC Radio 3, 24 September 1972 19.00

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