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The Monday Play: A Dead Man On Leave: The Life, Times and Death of Eugen Levini, 1883-1919

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by Frederick Bradnum
with music by TERENCE ALLBRIGHT

"We Communists are dead men on leave. I do not know if you will extend my leave...."
with
Others taking part: TIMOTHY BATESON, CAROLE BOYD, JOHN BULL, HUGH ROSS, STEPHEN THORNE, DAVID TIMSON, MANNING WILSON
Musicians JOHN DENMAN, SARAH FRANCIS, WILLIAM WATERHOUSE
Producer JOHN TYDEMAN
(With acknowledgement to Levint the Life of a Revolutionary by Rosa Levine-Meyer) (Repeated: next Sunday, 2.30)

Contributors

Unknown: Eugen Levini.
Unknown: Frederick Bradnum
Music By: Terence Allbright
Unknown: Timothy Batkson
Unknown: Carole Boyd
Unknown: Hugh Ross
Unknown: Stephen Thorne
Unknown: David Timson
Unknown: Manning Wilson
Musicians: John Denman
Musicians: Sarah Francis
Musicians: William Waterhouse
Producer: John Tydeman
Unknown: Rosa Levine-Meyer
Eugen Levine: Cyril Shaps
Singer: Nicolette Roeg
Narrator: Sam Dastor
Ernst Toller: David March
Karl Liebknecht: John Hollis
Rosa Levine: Shirley Cooklin
Rosa Luxemburg: Margaret Robertson
Emmanuel Dort: John Foley
The Kaiser: Alan Dudley
Mama: Betty Huntley-Wright

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The Monday Play: A Dead Man On Leave: The Life, Times and Death of Eugen Levini, 1883-1919

BBC Radio 4 FM, 2 September 1974 20.00






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