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Voyage to Capillaria

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by Frederick Karinth
Adapted for radio by George Mikes
Frederick Karinthy was one of the leading Hungarian writers of the 1920s and 30s, a humorist and satirist of great power. Among his many works there is a sequel to Gulliver's Travels. George Mikes , the author and narrator of this programme. which is a tribute to Karinthy. has included in it a radio version of this hitherto unknown adventure of Lemuel Gulliver
With the voices of EVA HADDON, MADI REDD, DEBORAH PAIGE , NORMA RONALD, GARARD GREEN, LESLIE HERITAGE, HAYDN JONES and CLIFFORD NORGATE
Translation of Karinthy's novel Voyage to Capillaria by PAUL TABORI
Produced and directed by MARTIN ESSLIN
followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown: George Mikes
Unknown: Frederick Karinthy
Unknown: George Mikes
Unknown: Madi Redd
Unknown: Deborah Paige
Unknown: Norma Ronald
Unknown: Leslie Heritage
Unknown: Haydn Jones
Unknown: Paul Tabori
Directed By: Martin Esslin
Narrator: George Mikes
Gulliver: John Rowe
Opula the Queen of Capillaria: Jane Wenham

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