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Translated by Barbara Wright with Nigel Stock and Lyndon Brook
This play is the chronicle of a famous miscarriage of justice. The scene is Le Havre, 1910, when conditions among the men who unloaded the coal-boats were appalling. During a strike a man is found murdered after a dockside brawl, and the authorities seize the opportunity of getting rid of the chief agitator for social reform by accusing him of the crime.
Narrator, Michael Turner ; Jules Durand , Nigel Stock ; Julia, Carol Marsh ; Father, John Sharp ; Mother, Kathleen Michael ; Luc, John Wesbbrook; Olivier, Lyndon Brook,
Lise, Valerie Hanson: Roussel. Olal Pooley; Capron, Trevor Martin; Mme. Capron, Janet Burnell ; Delaville, George Hagan; Cafi owner, Kenneth Dight; Delegate, Frank Windsor; Superintendent, Norman Claridge; Examining Magistrate, K&ith Williams; Advocate-General, Raf de la Torre; Judge, Hugh Manning with Tom Bowman. Keith Buckley Freda Dowie. William Eedle, Michael Harding, Haydn. Jones, Philip Morant, Gareth Morgan, Douglas Storm, and- Tom Watson
Adapted and produced by WILLIAM GIEN-DOEPEL
: second broadcast


Translated By: Barbara Wright
Unknown: Nigel Stock
Narrator: Michael Turner
Narrator: Jules Durand
Narrator: Nigel Stock
Unknown: Carol Marsh
Unknown: John Sharp
Unknown: Kathleen Michael

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