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A story by Nikolai Leskov.
Dramatised by Ronald Eyre.
Starring Bill Fraser, James Maxwell, Derek Newark
with Michael Hordern as The Chief of Police
(First transmission on BBC-1, October 28, 1964)

Contributors

Author:
Nikolai Leskov
Dramatised by/Director:
Ronald Eyre
Translator:
David Magarshack
Music:
Norman Kay
Story Editor:
Harry Moore
Designer:
Susan Spence
Producer:
Peter Luke
Sgt. Platov:
Donald Webster
Pte. Postnikov:
Derek Newark
Captain Miller:
James Maxwell
Lt.-Colonel Svinin:
Bill Fraser
The Painter:
Colin Vancao
The Peasant:
Ray Mort
General Kokoshkin:
Michael Hordern
Kokoshkin's Aide:
Roger Swaine
Lt. Kirov:
Jack May
Superintendent of Police:
Duncan Lewis
Police Constable:
Conrad Monk
First guard:
David Kelsey
Second guard:
John Bay
Svinin's batman:
Duncan Livingstone
The Bishop:
Peter Madden
Hospital orderly:
Trevor Peacock
Narrator:
Richard Hurndall

The third of four concerts given by musicians of the younger generation who may become the well-known names of the future.
Jennifer Carr (flute), Douglas Cummings (cello), Anne Howells (mezzo-soprano), Penelope Lynex (cello), Mary Nemet (violin), Celia Nicklin (oboe), Colin Tilney (harpsichord), David Watkins (harp)
Introduced by Bernard Keeffe.
The artists appear by arrangement with Christopher Hunt

Contributors

Flautist:
Jennifer Carr
Cellist:
Douglas Cummings
Mezzo-Soprano:
Anne Howells
Cellist:
Penelope Lynex
Violinist:
Mary Nemet
Oboist:
Celia Nicklin
Harpsichordist:
Colin Tilney
Harpist:
David Watkins
Accompanist:
Peter Croser
Presenter:
Bernard Keeffe
Designer:
David Myerscough Jones
Producer:
Herbert Chappell

Ian Trethowan looks back over the past week in Parliament and introduces reports on big debates in both Houses, questions to Ministers, significant moves behind the scenes, and the effects of M.P.s' work inside and outside Westminster.
With the BBC's Parliamentary and Political News Staff

Contributors

Presenter:
Ian Trethowan
Editor:
Michael Balkwill

BBC Two England

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