A Dramatic Survey by IFAN KYRLE-FLETCHER of the Theatre in the West Region, incorporating the proceedings of The Utopian National Commission, and mch plays, or extracts, from the drama of all periods in the West Region as may be put forward in evidence before the Commission
4-The Theatre of the Eighteenth
Century as represented by The London Merchant or The History of George Barnwell (1731) by GEORGE LILLO
Thorowgood, a merchant Barnwell, uncle to
George George Barnwell \ Apprentices to
Trueman } Thorowgood Maria , daughter to Thorowgood Millwood
Servants, Officers, etc.
Scene : London and a village in Shropshire
With Airs and Songs of the Eighteenth Century, played by THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by REGINALD REDMAN
The Programmes arranged for broadcasting and produced by CYRIL WOOD
(A Hollywood Version)
Music and Lyrics by RONALD HILL
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
NITA VALERIE SYDNEY LESTER Alma VANE HUGH MORTON DOROTHY SUMMERS GODFREY BASELEY
THOSE THREE and THE MIDLAND REVUE BAND
(Midland Regional Programme)
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