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Thank You by Ariadne Nicolaeff
Can we avoid the role that seems to be assigned to us in life? To lean on others or to be leaned on? In helping Ann, Liz comes to a better understanding of herself. other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by Eileen Cullen


Ariadne Nicolaeff
Produced By:
Eileen Cullen
Margaret Ward
Jane Wenham
Denys Hawthorne
Anthony Hall
Eva Haddon
Betty Huntley-Wright
Dr Compton:
Norman Claridge

from St. Michael's College, Tenbury, Worcestershire
Introit: Fecisti nos (Philip Radcliffe)
Preces and Responses (Byrd)
Psalms 82, S3, 84, and 85
Canticles (Purcell in G minor)
Lessons: Exodus 15, v. 27, to 18, v. 35; Ephesians 4, vv. 17-30
Anthem: Cast me not away (Wesley)
Organist and Director of Music, Lucian Nethsingba


Organist and Director of Music:
Lucian Nethsingba

A magazine of interest to all, with older listeners specially in mind, including:
So that's where it comes from!: David Franklin sets the well known song ' How happy could I be with either ' in its place in the story of The Beggar's Opera
Going to the Pictures: Betty
Best recommends some films you might enjoy seeing this month and talks to a special guest
Date with a Patient
Introduced by Ken Sykora


David Franklin
Introduced By:
Ken Sykora

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, dramatised as a seven-part serial by John Hale
With Patrick Troughton and Brian Jackson

In the waters off Spithead Micah finds a soldier of fortune who brings news from the Duke of Monmouth and so tempts Micah towards dangerous adventures.
Produced by Brandon Acton-Bond in the BBC's Bristol studios
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Dramatised by:
John Hale
Brandon Acton-Bond
Reuben Lockarby:
David Jackson
Micah Clarke:
Brian Jackson
Decimus Saxon:
Patrick Troughton
Joseph Clarke:
Norman Tyrrell
Brian Gear
Major Ogilvy:
Ronald Baddiley
Terence Hardiman

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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