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THE DARK RISING

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A serial for radio in eight parts by Roger Dixon with Simon Lack , Francis de Wolff and Patricia Leventon
John. MoniQue. and Auria have at last arrived over the French border. Wearily they settle down to sleep in a cave, but are suddenly disturbed by a gruff voice.
6: The Underground Railway
Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Dixon
Unknown: Simon Lack
Unknown: Francis de Wolff
Unknown: Patricia Leventon
Unknown: John. Monique.
Produced By: David H. Godfrey
Monique Fabre: Patricia Leventon
First Frenchman: Brian Hewlett
John Durban: Simon Lack
Auria: Susan Maudslay
Second Frenchman: Anthony Hall
Jules Raymond: Raf de la Torre
Helmuth Remer: Francis de Wolff
Streieher: Andrew Sachs
Sir George: Hector Ross
Professor Williams: Noel Howlett
Mr Larsen: Allan McClelland
General Hall: Walter Fitzgerald
George Harvill: Alan Haines
Mary Harvill: Hilda Schroder
Remer's assistant: Gordon Gardner
Guard: Arthur Lawrence
Captain Charles: David Lawton
Philip Constable: Ronald Herdman

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