Jean Summers (soprano)
Neil. Forsyth (baritone)
The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen
The arrangements of the Scottish songs to be sung by Jean Summers .and Neil Forsyth have been made for voice and orchestra by two prominent Scottish musicians, David Stephen and Ian Whyte, who are both composers in their own right. David Stephen was for twenty years Director of Music to the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, and Ian Whyte is Music Director to the BBC in Scotland.
A radio play by Janet Keith
Adapted for broadcasting from the novel by George Eliot
Mrs. Tulliver, her mother
Mr. Tulliver, her father, the miller of Dorlcote Mill
Tom Tulliver , her brother
Mrs. Glegg} sisters of Mrs. Tulliver
Deane Mr. Glegg } their husbands
Lucy Deane, cousin to Maggie and Tom Lawyer Wakem
Philip Wakem , his son
Stephen Guest , unofficially engaged to
Lucy Bob Jakin , Maggie's landlord at St.
The action of the play takes place during the latter part of last century at Dorlcote Mill, on the river Floss and in the neighbouring town of St. Ogg's
The play produced by Owen Reed
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