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At the Organ of The Classic Cinema

: The First News

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Northern Ireland News


Directed by HENRY HALL
(From Regional)


Directed By: Henry Hall

: ANTON TCHEKOV'S Three Sisters

Translated from the Russian by CONSTANCE GARNETT
The action takes place in a provincial town in Russia
Adapted and produced by BARBARA BURNHAM
(From Regional)
This play will be repeated in the National programme tomorrow night


Unknown: Constance Garnett
Produced By: Barbara Burnham
Andrey Prozorov: Carleton Hobbs
Natasha, his fiancee, afterwards his wife: Cherry Cottrell
O' ga his sisters: Josephine Wilson
Masha his sisters: Catherine Lacey
Irina his sisters: Janet Taylor
Fyodor, a High-school Teacher, hus band of Masha: Eadie Palfrey
Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Ver shinin, Battery-Commander: Ronald Simpson
Baron Tusenbach, a Lieutenant: Robert Speaight
Captain Vladimir: John Cheatle
Ivan, an Army Doctor: Miles Malleson
Ferapont, an old porter: Philip Wade
A nurse: Gladys Young


From the Vale of Neath arr. Bridgewater
(From Regional)

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News
Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 10.10

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