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: The Tempest

by William Shakespeare.
Members of the London Ballet, directed by Antony Tudor.
The BBC Television Orchestra
leader Boris Pecker
conductor Hyam Greenbaum
(to 16.30)


Author: William Shakespeare
Incidental Music: Jean Sibelius
Arranged by: Hyam Greenbaum
Decor: Malcolm Baker-Smith
Musicians: BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Dancers: Members of the London Ballet
Director (London Ballet): Antony Tudor
Production: Dallas Bower
Alonso: Alan Wheatley
Sebastian: Oliver Burt
Prospero: John Abbott
Antonio: Basil C. Langton
Ferdinand: Richard Ainley (by permission of Basil Dean)
Gonzalo: John Turnbull (by permission of Howard Wyndham, Bronson Albery, and Alban B. Limpus)
Adrian: Stuart Latham
Francisco: Graham Payn
Caliban: George Devine
Trinculo: Richard Goolden
Stephano: Charles Farrell
Ship's Master: Dennis Price
Boatswain: Erik Chitty
Miranda: Peggy Ashcroft
Ariel: Stephen Haggard
Iris: Vera Lindsay

: Speaking Personally: Wickham Steed


Speaker: Wickham Steed

: Money for Jam

A farce by Bernauer and Osterreischer, translated by M. and A. Bolton.
(to 22.50)


Authors: Bernauer and Osterreischer
Translated by: M. and A. Bolton
Production: Michael Barry
Peter Paul Lutz: Jack Melford
Dodo Reinhardt: Barbara Greene
Lona Reinhardt: Mary Shelley
Emil Reinhardt: Desmond Keith
Mario Dorlando: Bruno Barnabe
Alfred Jensch: Charles Victor
Muller: Ralph Roberts
Kesselberg senior: Edmund Bailey
Kesselberg junior: Douglas Seale
A Sergeant: Richard Cuthbert
Schulski: Bernard Miles
Wilhelm: Christopher Rowan Robinson
Policeman: Paul Chesterton

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