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* The Morte Darthur

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by SIR THOMAS MALORY completed 1469-1470 with Norman Shelley Robert Eddison
Robert Hardy. Henry Stamper The 12th of 13 programmes edited and selected by DEREK BREWER , Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge with music by STEPHEN DODGSON
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Thomas Malory
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Robert Eddison
Unknown: Robert Hardy.
Unknown: Henry Stamper
Unknown: Derek Brewer
Music By: Stephen Dodgson
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Sir Thomas Malory: Norman Shelley
Sir Bors de Ganis, nephew to Sir Launcelot: Peter Tuddenham
Sir Lionel, nephew to Sir Launcelot: David Davis
Sir Launcelot du Lake: Robert Hardy
Sir Lucan de Butler: Douglas Blackwell
A Damosel: Penelope Lee
Sir Gawain, nephew of King Arthur: Henry Stamper
King Arthur: Robert Eddison
Bishop of Canterbury: David Davis
Sir Mordred, half-brother to Sir Gawain, and Bastard-son of King Arthur: Basil Langton






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