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Lizard in the Grass

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by SUSAN HILL with ye suppose all jeopardies are passed,
Ware yet, I rede you, of Fortune's double cast.
For one false point she is wont to keep in store,
And under the fell oft festered is the sore:
That when ye think all danger for to pass ,
Ware of the lizard lieth lurking in the grass. JOHN SKELTON , poet born 1460, died 1529
The music, played by JOHN MARSON and sung by JONATHAN cooke , was specially composed by GEOFFREY BURGON
The poems are taken from the work of John Skelton , except three lines from the poem ' Dunwich ' by ANTHONY THWAITE Producer GUY VAESEN

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Hill
Unknown: John Skelton
Played By: John Marson
Sung By: Jonathan Cooke
Composed By: Geoffrey Burgon
Unknown: John Skelton
Unknown: Anthony Thwaite
Producer: Guy Vaesen
Jane: Helen Worth
John Though: Martin Jarvis
Sister Superior: Fay Compton
Sister Patrick: Fabia Drake
Sister Imelda: Aimée Delamain
Aunt Berenice: Colette O'Neil
Her friend: Doreen Andrew
Jane's father: Denys Hawthorne
Clare: Linette McMurrough
Megan: Jean Rogers
Schoolgirls...: Olwen Griffiths
,Schoolgirls: Jane Knowles
Schoolgirls: Elizabeth Proud
Schoolgirls: Jo Manning Wilson

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Lizard in the Grass

BBC Radio 3, 31 March 1972 20.45






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