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by Patrick Hamilton.
The scene is Lamorre, an imaginary province of France at the time of the Civil Wars, about 1580.
(Second performance)

(to 16.30)

Contributors

Writer:
Patrick Hamilton
Settings:
James Bould
Produced By:
Fred O'Donovan
Gribaud:
Patrick Boxill
The Duke of Laterraine:
Andrew Osborn
Voulain:
Bryan Coleman
Brulart:
Frederick Ross
Marteau:
Philip Ashley
The Duke of Lamorre:
Henry Oscar
Count D'Aublaye:
Edward Chaffers
Grassin:
Geoffrey Steele
Roubot:
Hugh Falkus
Dubois:
Archie Angus

'The Cold War' is the current phrase for describing the state of tension that exists between America and Russia.
Is the United States right in believing that the Soviet Union will refuse to co-operate with the Western Democracies? Is Molotov right in his fears about the ultimate purpose of the Marshall Plan?
These are some of the questions - that will be debated in a discussion on U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. Foreign Policy between D.N. Pritt, K.C, M.P., author of "Light on Moscow", and Robert Boothby, M.P., author of "I Fight to Live". Chairman: Gerald Barry
J.F. Horrabin shows maps and diagrams.

Contributors

Panellist:
D. N. Pritt
Panellist:
Robert Boothby
Chairman:
Gerald Barry
Maps/diagrams:
J.F. Horrabin
Programme arranged by:
Trevor Blewitt
Producer:
Mary Adams

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