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Who Am I Now?: The Dream of George Crabbe

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by Frederick Bradnum with music by Humphrey Searle

George Crabbe, the 19th-century Aldeburgh poet, was an opium taker since his 36th year, and much of the inspiration for the programme came from the chapter on Crabbe in Alethea Hayter's book "Opium and the Romantic Imagination".
The Sinfonia of London conducted by Humphrey Searle.

Contributors

Writer: Frederick Bradnum
Music: Humphrey Searle
Musicians: The Sinfonia of London
Conductor: Humphrey Searle
Technical Presentation: Amna Smith
Producer: Ian Cotterell
George Crabbe: Alan Badel
Reader: Michael Cochrane
Angelica: Elizabeth Proud
Lady Caroline Lamb: Kate Coleridge
Mr Cook: Peter Woodthorpe
Mira: Sheila Grant
Lord North: John Rye
Lord Shelburne: Haydn Jones
Edmund Burke: Malcolm Hayes
Poppy Hag: Margaret Robertson
Barber: Peter Tuddenham
Crabbe (aged 14): Judy Bennett
Meg: Sheila Grant
Min: Kate Coleridge
Child: Elizabeth Lindsay
Mr Maskill: Haydn Jones
Tom Brown: Peter Woodthorpe
Saltmaster: Peter Tuddenham
Schoolmaster: John Rye

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Who Am I Now?: The Dream of George Crabbe

BBC Radio 3, 4 September 1975 21.45






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