from St George 's,
Brandon Hill , Bristol.
Led by THE REV STEPHEN LYNAS
With the CHOIR OF
CULVERHAY SCHOOL. BATH. Reading: I Corinthians 15, wl-11
Pianist ANDREW TYRRELL BBC Bristol. Stereo
D S Barry:
A series of six plays 1: Philadelphia,Here I Come! Withand
Philadelphia awaits Gareth O'Donnell tomorrow. But tonight he says goodbye: to an inarticulate father, to a few friends, to an old teacher. And the buffoonery necessary to make these partings bearable provides a counterpoint to the sadness of his going.
Directed by RONALD MASON (First broadcast in 1965) ('Winners 'next Thursday at 3.00pm)
0 See panel, left
S B O'Donnell:
Canon Mick O'Bryne:
Last month Lucy Neal , co-founder of the London International Festival of Theatre, set off on a quest into Chile, to track down a theatrical success story. She reports on what she discovered.
Producer MIKE GREENWOOD Stereo (Extended repeat on Tuesday at 4.30pm)
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