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BBC DRAYA REPERTORY COMPANY in Libel by Edward Wooll
Adapted for stereophony and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
The Court of Mr. Justice Tuttington at the Royal Courts of Justice (King's Bench Division), London
The second and third days of the trial of an action for libel
The Hon Sir Arthur Tuttington:
Counsel for the Plaintiff: Sir Wilfred Kelling, K C , m p:
Counsel for the Plaintiff: William Bale:
Counsel for the Defendants: Thomas Foxley, K C:
Counsel for the Defendants: George Hemsby:
Sir Mark Loddon, Bart , m p:
Her parents: General Winterton, c b:
Her parents: Mrs Winterton:
Captain Gerald Loddon:
Dr Emile Flordon:
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