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The Monday Play

on BBC Radio 4 FM

Elisabeth Welch
Fenella Fielding, Doris Hare Betty Hardy , Maxine Audley in SANDY WILSON'S Valmouth based on the book by RONALD FIRBANK , with Aubrey Woods , Elaine Delmar Patsy Rowlands , Donald Scott Marcia Ashton. Steven Pacey John Rye and Michael Deacon Harehotch House:
At Tooke's Farm:
At the Nook:
At the Strangers' Hotel:
Visitors and inhabitants of Valmouth:
Book, music and lyrics by SANDY WILSON
Music arranged and conducted by RICHARD HOLMES
Technical presentation GORDON BOWEN. Technical assistants
JOHN WHITEHALL, CAROL MCSHANE JANE BRINSMEAD , PETER NOVIS
Adapted for radio and produced by GLYN DEARMAN
(Doris Hare and Gordon Whit ing are in ' No Sex Please-We're British ' at the Strand Theatre, London)
The times of Sandy: page 4

Contributors

Unknown:
Elisabeth Welch
Unknown:
Doris Hare
Unknown:
Betty Hardy
Unknown:
Maxine Audley
Book By:
Ronald Firbank
Unknown:
Aubrey Woods
Unknown:
Elaine Delmar
Unknown:
Patsy Rowlands
Unknown:
Donald Scott
Unknown:
Marcia Ashton.
Unknown:
Steven Pacey
Unknown:
John Rye
Unknown:
Michael Deacon
Unknown:
Sandy Wilson
Conducted By:
Richard Holmes
Unknown:
Gordon Bowen.
Unknown:
Carol McShane
Unknown:
Jane Brinsmead
Duced By:
Glyn Dearman
Duced By:
Doris Hare
Duced By:
Gordon Whit
Mrs Hurstpierpoint:
Maxine Audley
Mrs Thoroughfare:
Betty Hardy
Fr Colley-Mahoney:
Gordon Whiting
CaptDickThoroughfare:
John Rye
Lieut Jack Whorwood:
Michael Deacon
Ffines, the butler:
Michael Darbyshire
Nit the footman:
Ian Charleson
Fowler, the parlourmaid:
Celia Held
Sister Ecclesia:
Marcia Ashton
Grannie Tooke:
Doris Hare
Thetis Tooke:
Patsy Rowlands
David Tooke:
Steven Pacey
Mrs Yajnavalkya:
Elisabeth Welch
Niri-Esther, her niece:
Elaine Delmar
Carry, her maid:
Hilary Paterson
Lady Parvula de Panzoust:
Fenella Fielding
Sir Victor Vatt:
Donald Scott
Lady Saunter:
Celia Helda
Cardinal Pirelli:
Aubrey Woods
Madame Mimosa:
Marcia Owen

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