The second of two cocktails of verses from OGDEN NASH
Mixed with the music of KURT WEILL and VERNON DUKE
Devised and hosted by Robert Cushman Laced with the performancesof
Leueen Wllloughby Nickolas Grace with a dash of DAVID WYKES ' WASTRELS OF RHYTHM Producer
(Repeated: Tues 10.30 pm)
12.55 Weather; programme news
with Sue MacGregor , Including during the week some Talking Point discussions, Your Letters and other topics.
Among these today.
Not Everything in the Garden is Lovely ... : as ANNE JONES knows.
Licking History: despite the extra production costs, special issue stamps are one of the most successful sides of the Post Office's work. RON ALLDRtDGE looks at the selection and production of the special issue stamp.
AStartInLife byANITABROOKNER abridged in 11 parts by ANN REES-JONF .S
Read by Sarah Badel (9) Editor WYN KNOWLES
(Music: Ravels String Quartet) long wave only
by MICHAEL PICARDIE with Antony Sher as Captain van Tonder and Michael Picardie as Jannie Veldsman.
Captain van Tonder of the South African Special Branch pays a visit to the black Jannie Veldsman in his isolated cabin.
The two men indulge in a duel,metaphorically and finally literally, as Jannie Veldsman struggles to reach the core of
his adversary's crippling racial fear and hatred.
Musical arrangements by RON MCALLISTER
Musical adviser MOLEFE PHETO
Singers GUGU NDELA, EUGENE SKEEFE , MOSO BOLOFO
MOLEFE PHETO IIND (drums)
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
Captain van Tonder:
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