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Presented by Ken Bruce. A look at two outstanding wine-producing regions. Simon Parkes explores the Chateauneuf du Pape, and Chris Hawksworth presents the first of two reports from Chile. Producer Sara Jane Hall

Contributors

Presented By:
Ken Bruce.
Unknown:
Simon Parkes
Unknown:
Chris Hawksworth
Producer:
Sara Jane Hall

In the chair
Tim Brooke-Taylor . This week:
Richard Murdoch , Donald Sinden and Leslie Thomas tell the stories.
Producer Edward Taylor. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown:
Richard Murdoch
Unknown:
Donald Sinden
Unknown:
Leslie Thomas
Producer:
Edward Taylor.

Tom Pow 's play re-creates the events leading to the last public execution of a woman in Scotland.
Director Stewart Conn. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio Scotland)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Pow
Director:
Stewart Conn.
Mary Timney:
Alison Peebles
Ann Hannah:
Anne Lacey
William Martin/Clerk/Lord Gray:
David McKail
Rev J Maitland/Calcraft:
Paul Young
William Hannah:
Martin Black
Frank Timney/Chaplain:
Finlay McLean
Agnes McLellan/Susan Timney:
Ann Lannan
Lord Deas:
Gerard Slevin
Mary Barbour/Agnes Sproat:
Beth Robens
Lockhart Hannah/Dr McCulloch/journalist:
John Shedden
Jane Barbour/Mrs:
Eliza Langland
Robert Coates/Cowan:
Iain Agnew
Giffort/Constable:
Sandy Neilson

H.G. Wells's classic adventure story in which a young naturalist tracks down a dreadful secret.
Dramatised by David Calcutt
(Stereo)

Contributors

Author:
HG Wells
Dramatised by:
David Calcutt
Director:
Nigel Bryant
Prentice:
Kim Wall
Nurse:
Janet Dale
Helmar:
Richard Mitchley
Constans:
Danny Schiller
Montgomery:
Kenneth Colley
M'Ling:
Terry Molloy
Capt Davis:
Peter Meakin
Moreau:
Garard Green
Prentice's nephew:
Neal Foster
Other parts played by:
The cast
Other parts played by:
Alex Jones

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