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Religious news and views from home and overseas with Trevor Barnes and Andrew Green. Editor David Coomes including at

Contributors

Unknown:
Trevor Barnes
Unknown:
Andrew Green.
Editor:
David Coomes

from the Cenotaph
Tom Fleming describes the scene in Whitehall as crowds gather to honour those who have died in the service of their country. The Massed Bands of the Guards
Division play a selection of traditional music. The Two-Minute Silence and The Last Post are followed by the Wreath-Laying Ceremony led by HM the Queen. A short service is then conducted by the Rt Rev and Rt Hon the Lord Bishop of London. After this, over
9,000 ex-servicemen and women march past the Cenotaph.
Producer David France. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Fleming
Producer:
David France.

Poems of the Second
World War
Erik de Mauny tells the story of the poetry of 1939-45, most of it written by ordinary men and women in the British forces but discovered and published only recently by the Salamander Oasis Trust. Producer Harry Schneider (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Erik de Mauny
Producer:
Harry Schneider

visits Lancashire, where members of the Over Wyre Gardening club put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
0 GARDENING: page 34

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Stefan Buczacki
Unknown:
Fred Downham
Unknown:
Daphne Ledward.
Unknown:
Clay Jones.
Producer:
Diana Stenson

The Pot of Gold
In this Roman comedy by Plautus, Euclio, a miser, pretends to the outside world that he's a pauper. But hidden away in his house is his precious pot of gold ...
Translated and adapted by Martyn Wade
Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo (R)

Contributors

Adapted By:
Martyn Wade
Director:
Cherry Cookson.
Euclio:
Nigel Stock
Lyconides:
Christopher Good
Eunomia:
Margot Boyd
Megadorus:
Philip Voss
Strobilus:
Peter Baldwin
Phaedria:
Eve Karpf
Staphyla:
Sonia Fraser
Anthrax/Cashier:
Michael McStay
Congrio/Man in queue:
John Rye
Flute girl:
Josie Kidd

Regina v Penguin Books Ltd
Presenter Helena Kennedy. The Old Bailey, 20 October 1960: the start of one of the most important and controversial trials of the English legal system. Was D H Lawrence 's Lady Chatterley's Lover just a dirty book or was it literature?
With comments from the current DPP, Allan Green , and Lord Hutchinson.
Compiled by Jack Emery from the original transcript.
Director John Theocharis. Stereo (R)

Contributors

Presenter:
Helena Kennedy.
Unknown:
H Lawrence
Unknown:
Allan Green
Unknown:
Jack Emery
Director:
John Theocharis.
Mr Justice Byrne:
Richard Vernon
Mervyn Griffith-Jones, QC:
John Shrapnel
Gerald Gardiner, QC:
Frederick Treves
Jeremy Hutchinson:
John Rowe
Clerk of the Court:
Jack Emery
Graham Hough/Roy Jenkins:
Denis Lill
Helen Gardner:
Margaret Courtenay
Bishop of Woolwich:
Michael Kilgarriff
Richard Hoggart:
Terry Molloy
EM Forster:
Danny Schiller
Dr C J Hemming:
David Neal
Norman St John-Stevas:
Nicholas Gilbrook
Dilys Powell:
Susan Sheridan
John Connell:
John Church

A special edition following The Lady Chatterley Trial to address the current state of the obscenity law and attitudes to censorship in Britain. Hugo Young is joined by three distinguished guests. Producer Gwyneth Williams

Contributors

Producer:
Gwyneth Williams

The epic seven-part story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, written by Graeme Fife.

'Merlin stole my brother, stole Arthur from Morgan who would have taught him more than Merlin taught him.'
(Stereo)
Feature: page 4

Contributors

Writer:
Graeme Fife
Music:
Steven Faux
Director:
John Powell
Arthur (man/boy):
Keith Baxter
Morgan le Fay:
Anna Massey
Merlin:
Paul Scofield
Nimue:
Tara Dominick
King Vortigern:
Michael Graham Cox
Uther Pendragon:
James Greene
Merlin (child):
Jill Lidstone
Sir Kay:
Michael Kilgarriff
Archbishop:
John Moffatt
[Actor]:
Brian Miller
[Actor]:
Simon Treves
[Actor]:
Vincent Brimble

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