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Weekend Woman's Hour


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Introduced by Judith Chalmers What the European papers say. Guest Edward Woodward
This afternoon Marjorie Ander son talks to the man who is best known as Callan - but who has also distinguished himself as Crouchback in Sword of Honour. Cassius, Cyrano de Bergerac, and Sydney Carton. He sings as well, but today he appears in a new role - as an interviewee.
What's" New in the Home: JENNIFER STONE reports
Out for the Day: I.YN MAC DONALD went to Woodstock and Blenheim, birthplace of Winston Churchill
Ratn Before Set'en by ROMA GROVER abridged by jim DUCKETT read by EILEEN BARRY
(First of six instalments)


Introduced By: Judith Chalmers
Unknown: Edward Woodward
Unknown: Marjorie Ander
Unknown: I.Yn Mac
Unknown: Roma Grover
Abridged By: Jim Duckett
Read By: Eileen Barry

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Weekend Woman's Hour

BBC Radio 4 FM, 15 July 1972 15.00

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