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'THE TRIAL OF CAPTAIN KIDD'

Synopsis

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Reconstructed from the original documents of 1701, by Beatrice Gilbert and Priscilla Schryver
Produced by Lance Sieveking with Charles Spencer as Captain Kidd, Baliol. Holloway as Sir John Hawles , and Robert Farquharson as Lord Chief Baron Ward
The trial takes place at the Old Bailey, London, in May, 1701

Contributors

Unknown: Beatrice Gilbert
Unknown: Priscilla Schryver
Produced By: Lance Sieveking
Unknown: Charles Spencer
Unknown: Baliol. Holloway
Unknown: Sir John Hawles
Unknown: Robert Farquharson
The Clerk of Arraigns: Philip Wade
Dr Oldish: Harold Scott
Master Lemmon: Jacques Brown
Surgeon Bradinham: Geoffrey Wincott
Abel Owens: Walter Plinge
Darby Mullins: M Landale
Mr Newton, the Admiralty Advocate: Ralph Truman
Master Justice Powell: Stafford Hilliard
Dr Oxenden, the Clerk of the Court: Valentine Dyall
Joseph Palmer: Ivor Barnard
Edward Davis: Laidman Browne
William Jenkins: Bryan Powley
Richard Barlicorn: Fred O'Donovan
Gabriel Loffe: Leslie Perrins

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'THE TRIAL OF CAPTAIN KIDD'

BBC Home Service Basic, 10 January 1940 22.15






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