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London Regional Programme

Regional Programme Midland

A Musical Show by CLAUDE HULBERT and JOHN WATT
Music by HARRY S. PEPPER with ANONA WINN
CLAUDE HULBERT and REGINALD
PURDELL
Chief Characters :
Other parts will be played by : PHILIP WADE , C. DENIER WARREN , HERBERT LUGG , CHARLES HAWTREY ,
JEAN CONIBliAR.
Music orchestrated by WALLIE WALLOND
THE ORCHESTRA and THE MALE CHORUS
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Produced by JOHN WATT
' Postman's Knock ' was broadcast in the National Programme on Thursday night

Contributors

Unknown:
Claude Hulbert
Music By:
Harry S. Pepper
Unknown:
Anona Winn
Unknown:
Claude Hulbert
Played By:
Philip Wade
Played By:
C. Denier Warren
Played By:
Herbert Lugg
Played By:
Charles Hawtrey
Played By:
Jean Conibliar.
Conducted By:
Stanford Robinson
Produced By:
John Watt
Hirsch (Owner of the Morning Argus):
H. B. Longhurst
Hilda (his Daughter):
Anona Winn
Lawton (Editor of the Morning Argus):
Ben Welden
Claude Fincham (a Reporter):
Claude Hulbert
Gene Maitland (another Reporter):
Reginald Purdell

Regional Variations (5)

BAXENDALE'S (MANCHESTER) WORKS BAND

Regional Programme Northern

An Eye-Witness Account of The Second Division League Match, Morton v. Dunfermline, by CAMPBELL BILNEY (From Glasgow)

Regional Programme Scotland

A Recital of Gramophone Records

Regional Programme Midland

Gramophone Records

Regional Programme Western

Regional Variations (3)

London Regional Programme

Regional Programme Northern

London Regional Programme

Regional Programme Scotland

An Opera by Mussorgsky

The subject taken from Pushkin's Dramatic Chronicle. The complete original text in accordance with the composer's autographed manuscript. Edited by Paul Lamm. English translation by M. D. Calvocoressi. Adapted for broadcasting by Nikolai Malko and C. Denis Freeman
Scene I
The Coronation of Boris A Square in the Moscow Kremlin
The Boyars. The People
Scene II
The Pretender
A Cell in the Monastery
Scene III
The Pretender's Escape
An Inn by the Lithuanian border
Scene IV
Boris's Vision
The Imperial Apartments in the Moscow Kremlin
Scene V
The Warning
A Square in front of the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed at Moscow
The People-Urchins, Old Men and Crowd
Scene VI
The Death of Boris
The Great Reception Hall in the Moscow Kremlin - The Council of Boyars

Being the story of Boris Godounov from the day of his coronation until his death - of how the young novice Grigory, hearing from the old monk Pimen, the story of the Tzarevich Dimitri's assassination at the order of Boris, pretends to be the rightful Tzarevich and claims the throne - how he flies to Poland and gathers forces to attack Boris - and how Boris, haunted by his crime and tortured by the unfaithfulness of his councillor, Shuisky dies at a Council of the Boyars - while the pretender marches victoriously upon Moscow
The action takes place during the years 1598-1605

The B.B.C. Chorus (Section B)
Chorus Master, Leslie Woodgate
The B.B.C. Orchestra (Section D)
(Led by Marie Wilson)
Conducted by Nikolai Malko
Produced by C. Denis Freeman and M. H. Allen
(An article on Boris Godounov, by Edwin Evans, is on page 10)

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Lamm.
Unknown:
M. D. Calvocoressi.
Broadcasting By:
Nikolai Malko
Broadcasting By:
C. Denis Freeman
Unknown:
Boris Godounov
Unknown:
Tzarevich Dimitri
Chorus Master:
Leslie Woodgate
Unknown:
Marie Wilson
Conducted By:
Nikolai Malko
Produced By:
C. Denis Freeman
Produced By:
M. H. Allen
Unknown:
Boris Godounov
Unknown:
Edwin Evans
Boris Godounov, the Tzar:
Dennis Noble
Prince Vassili Ivanovich Shuisky (hiscouncillor):
Parry Jones
Pimen (a monk and chronicler):
Kenneth Ellis
Grigory (the false Dimitri, pretender to the throne and a novice in Pimen's care):
Tudor Davies
The Hostess:
Doris Woodall
Grigory:
Tudor Davies
Varlaam - vagabond monk:
Norman Williams
Misail - vagabond monk:
Bradbridge White
An Officer:
Bernard Ross
Xenia (Children of Boris):
Margaret Godley
Feodor, the Tzarevich (Children of Boris):
Doris Lemon
The Nurse:
Doris Owens
Boris:
Dennis Noble
A Boyar:
James Topping
Shuisky:
Parry Jones
Mitiukha (a peasant):
Bernard Ross
The Simpleton:
James Topping
Boris:
Dennis Noble
Shuisky:
Parry Jones
Andrei Shchelkalof (Secretary of the Council):
Alec John
Shuisky:
Parry Jones
Boris:
Dennis Noble
Pimen:
Kenneth Ellis

Regional Programme London

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Regional Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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