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Olive Gregg, Godfrey Kenton and David Peel in 'INCREASE AND MULTIPLY'

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A play by Gabriel Marcel
English version by Rosalind Hey wood
Radio adaptation and production by Raymond Raikes Incidental music by Christopher Whelen
The Boyd Neel Orchestra
(led by Joshua Glazier ) conducted by the composer

Contributors

Play By: Gabriel Marcel
Unknown: Rosalind Hey Wood
Production By: Raymond Raikes
Music By: Christopher Whelen
Unknown: Joshua Glazier
Agnes Courteuil: Olive Gregg
Marie, a maid: Annabel Maule
Mile Brecht, a governess: Janet Burnell
Corinne Lemage, sister of Agnes: Cecile Chevreau
Mme. Lemage de Pierrefort, mother of Agnes and Corinne: Betty Pinchard
Chantal Forge, cousin of Agnes and Corinne: Joan Duan
Thierry Courteuil, husband of Agnes: Godfrey Kenton
Bruno, a Dominican, brother of Chantal: David Peel
Mme de Licure, mother of Chantal and Bruno: Gladys Spencer
Guillaume Forge, husband of Chantal: T. St. John Barry
The Abbé Petitpaul (Jean): James Thomason

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Olive Gregg, Godfrey Kenton and David Peel in 'INCREASE AND MULTIPLY'

Third Programme, 30 April 1955 18.20






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