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Saturday-Night Theatre

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The World Turned Upside Down The story of St Francis of Assisi by PETER LING with Sean Barrett as Francesco Bernadone
' In my dream, I thought I saw our Lateran Church, here in Rome, shaken by a violent earthquake. The whole building was rocked from its foundations.... tilting dangerously - about to fall. And then I saw a ragged little man ... And he set his shoulder to the wall - and he lifted the whole church back to its original position ... '
Producer DAVID SPENSER
(Repeated: Mondaw 3.5 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: St Francis
Unknown: Peter Ling
Unknown: Sean Barrett
Unknown: Francesco Bernadone
Producer: David Spenser
Pope Gregory, formerly Cardinal Ugolini .: John Westbrook
Thomas of Celano: John Rye
Bishop Guido of Assisi: Lockwood West
Bernardo: Basil Moss
Angelo: Leslie Heritage
Lady Bona: Jane Wenham
Clare Offreduci: Elizabeth Proud
Piero Bernadone/Pope Honor1US III: Trader Faulkner
Pica Bernadone: Ginnette Clarke
Pope Innocent III: Malcolm Hayes
LeO: William Eedle
Elias: David Timson
Juniper: Jonathan Scott
Sultan Malek-el-Khamil: Roger Snowdon
Lady Giacoma dei Settisoli: Diana Olsson

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Saturday-Night Theatre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 6 March 1976 20.30






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