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National Theatre of the Air: The Liars

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An original comedy in four acts by Henry Arthur Jones
[Starring] Stephen Murray, Norman Wooland, Virginia Maskell, Fenella Fielding

'Above all things, tell no untruth, no not in trifles; the custom of it is naughty.' - Sir Henry Sidney's letter to his son Philip Sidney.
Time: The summer of 1897
Act I: A tent on the lawn of Freddie Tatton 's house in the Thames Valley
Act 2 : A private sitting-room at The Star and Garter ' at Sheppcrford on the following Monday evening
Act 3: Lady Rosamund's drawing-room, Chelsea, on Tuesday morning
Act 4: Sir Christopher Deering 's rooms in Victoria Street that evening
Radio adaptation and production by RAYMOND RAIKES
See page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: Norman Wooland
Unknown: Virginia Maskell
Unknown: Henry Arthur Jones
Unknown: Sir Henry Sidney
Unknown: Philip Sidney.
Unknown: Freddie Tatton
Unknown: Sir Christopher Deering
Production By: Raymond Raikes
Narrator: John Pullen
Archibald Coke, Dolly's husband: Lewis Stringer
Freddie Tatton Lady Rosamund's husband: Derek Blomfield
Mrs Crespin: Janet Burnell
Colonel Sir Christopher Deering: Stephen Murray
George Nepean, Gilbert's brother: Michael Spice
Lady Rosamund Tatton: Virginia Maskell
Dolly Coke, her cousin: Elizabeth Morgan
Lady Jessica Nepean Lady Rosa mund's Sister.: Fenella Fielding
Edward Falkner: Norman Wooiand
Gilbert Nepean, Lady Jessica's husband: Philip Morant
Beatrice Ebernoe: Diana Olsson
Waiter at ' The Star and Garter: Anthony Viccars '
Footman at Cadogan Gardens: Arthur Gomez
Taplin, Sir Christopher's servant: John Baddeley

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National Theatre of the Air: The Liars

BBC Home Service Basic, 21 May 1962 20.30






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