by Avery Hopwood.
The action takes place in the Nevilles' bedroom in their country house by the river.
First transmission on Dec. 26, 1963
Brian Rix, Leo Franklyn, Larry Noble, and Helen Jessop are in 'Chase Me Comrade!' at the Whitehall Theatre, London
How modern is a modern wedding? Is marriage in decline? Are we in the midst of a moral landslide? Why do people get married at all? Why do they marry the people they do?
Some changing aspects of an enduring institution considered by Eustace Chesser, John Hale, Alex Comfort, Griselda Rowntree and husbands and wives.
Introduced by Alan Little.
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