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A programme for children at home.
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller:
Ted Moult
Presenter:
Julie Stevens
Presenter:
Brian Cant
Production team:
Eric Croall
Production team:
Cynthia Felgate
Production team:
Daphne Jones
Production team:
Joanne Symons
Scriptwriter:
Molly Cox
Graphics:
Hilary Hayton
Designer:
Barry Cox
Pianist:
Patrick Harvey
Film editor:
Howard Kennett
Producer:
Joy Whitby

by Jean-Paul Sartre
Adapted for television and directed by Philip Saville
with Harold Pinter as Garcin, Jane Arden as Inez, Catherine Woodville as Estelle
and Jonathan Hansen as the Valet
(First transmission on BBC-1, November 4, 1964)
See page 47

Contributors

Author:
Jean-Paul Sartre
Adapter/director:
Philip Saville
Translator:
Stuart Gilbert
Story editor:
Harry Moore
Designer:
Clifford Hatts
Producer:
Peter Luke
Garcin:
Harold Pinter
Inez:
Jane Arden
Estelle:
Catherine Woodville
The Valet:
Jonathan Hansen

The last of four concerts given by musicians of the younger generation who may become the well-known names of the future.
The Camden Wind Quintet
Christopher Hyde-Smith (flute), Anthony Camden (oboe), Geoffrey Emmott (clarinet), Kerry Camden (bassoon), Nicholas Busch (horn)
Sheila Armstrong (soprano), Virginia Black (harpsichord), Alasdair Graham (piano),
Gillian Sansom (violin)
Introduced by Bernard Keeffe.

Contributors

Flutist (The Camden Wind Quintet):
Christopher Hyde-Smith
Oboist (The Camden Wind Quintet):
Anthony Camden
Clarinetist (The Camden Wind Quintet):
Geoffrey Emmott
Bassoonist (The Camden Wind Quintet):
Kerry Camden
Horn (The Camden Wind Quintet):
Nicholas Busch
Soprano:
Sheila Armstrong
Pianist:
Alasdair Graham
Violinist:
Gillian Sansom
Accompanist:
Peter Croser
Presenter:
Bernard Keeffe
Designer:
David Myerscough Jones
Producer:
Herbert Chappell

BBC Two England

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