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Who was most wickedly murdered, by the means of his disloyal and wanton wife, who, for the love she bare to one Mosbie, hired two desperate ruffians. Black Will and Shakebag, to kill him. Wherein is shewed the great malice and dissimulation of a wicked woman, the unsatiable desire of filthy lust, and th* shameful end of all murderers. (1592)
ADAPTED -FOR RADIO AND PRODUCED BY
RAYMOND RAIKES
Characters in order of speaking:
PERIOD: The summer and winter of the year 1551

Contributors

Produced By:
Raymond Raikes
FRANKLIN, friend to Thomas Arden:
James Dale
ALICE, wife of Thomas Arden:
Marjorie Mars
THOMAS ARDEN, Gentleman, of Faversham:
Godfrey Kenton
ADAM FOWLE, landlord of the ' Flower-de-Luce:
John Cazabon
Michael, Arden's servant:
Derek Hart
MOSBIE, formerly a tailor, now Lord Clifford's steward:
Hugh Burden
CLARKE, a painter:
Noel Iliff
DICK GREENE, a factor:
John Glen
SUSAN, Mosbie's sister, servant to Alice Arden:
Audrey Mendes
BRADSHAW, a goldsmith:
Garard Green
Murderers: BLACK WILL:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Murderers: GEORGE SHAKEBAG:
Norman Shelley
LORD CHENEY:
Hamilton Dyee
A FERRYMAN:
Frank Tickle
MAYOR OF FAVERSHAM:
John Turnbull

('The Far-off Sound')
An opera in three acta
Libretto and music by Franz Schreker
Act 1: The living-room of Graumann's house in a small town; later a wood by a lake near the town. Early 20th century.
Chorus and Symphony Orchestra of Norddeutscher Rundfunk
Conducted BY WINFRIED ZILLIG
Producer, Max Thurn

Contributors

Music By:
Franz Schreker
Conducted By:
Winfried Zillig
Producer:
Max Thurn
Old Graumann, retired minor official:
Sigmund Roth
His wife:
Ursula Zollenkopf
Grete their daughter:
Helga Pilarczyk
Fritz, a young artist:
Helmut Krebs
Host of the Swan Inn:
Walter Kreppel
A strolling player:
Hans Herbert Fiedler
Dr Vigelius, a pettifogging lawyer:
Toni Blankenhelm
An old woman:
Res Fischer

ACT 2: La casa di maschere,' a night club on an island off Venice. Ten years later.

Contributors

Dancers: Greta:
Helga Pilarczyk
Dancers: Mizi:
Renate George
Dancers: Milli:
Lisa Bischoff
Dancers: Mary:
Susanna Herz
Dancers: A Spanish girl:
Wilma Pleiss
Men of the world: The Count:
Rudolf Gonszar
Men of the world: The Baron:
Karl Otto
Men of the world: The Chevalier:
Kurt Marschner
Fritz:
Helmut Krebs

A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
40-The Lost Right to Services by J. A. G. Griffith
Reader in English Law in the University of London
Recent decisions of the Court of Appeal have limited the right of an employer to bring an action against one who has injured his employee. This talk illustrates the history and consequences of these decisions.

Contributors

Reader:
J. A. G. Griffith

Four socratic dialogues written by Nirad C . Chaudhuri
3-' In Search of the Muse'
In this programme, the third in the series which he wrote following his first visit to England in the spring of 1955, Mr. Chaudhuri continues his exploration of the English scene and records his impressions of cultural life in England and its place in the life of the nation as a whole.
The part of Nirad Chaudhuri is played by Hugh Griffith and his two sons by Basil Jones and Richard Bebb
Produced by Gerard Mansell

Contributors

Written By:
Nirad C . Chaudhuri
Played By:
Hugh Griffith
Unknown:
Basil Jones
Unknown:
Richard Bebb
Produced By:
Gerard Mansell

ACT 3: A cafe garden attached to a theatre in a large city; later Fritz's studio. Five years later

Contributors

Fritz:
Helmut Krebs
Grete Graumann (now known Tini):
Helga Pilarczyk
Rudolf, Fritz's close friend and doctor:
Horst Günter
Dr Vigelius:
Toni Blankenheim
The actor:
Hans Herbert Fiedler
First chorister:
Kurt Marschner
Second chorister:
Karl Otto
The cafe waitres9t:
Ursula Zollenkopf
A shady character:
Fritz Göllnitz
A policeman:
Karl Otto
A servant:
Theodor Henning

Virtuoso Chamber Ensemble:
Edward Walker (flute) Leon Goossens (oboe) Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon)
John Burden (horn)
David Martin (violin)
Patrick Hailing (violin) Gwynne Edwards (viola)
Willem de Mont (cello)
Jamps W. Merrett (double-bass)

Contributors

Flute:
Edward Walker
Oboe:
Leon Goossens
Clarinet:
Sidney Fell
Bassoon:
Ronald Waller
Horn:
John Burden
Violin:
David Martin
Violin:
Patrick Hailing
Viola:
Gwynne Edwards
Cello:
Willem de Mont
Double-Bass:
Jamps W. Merrett

A likeness of Samuel Taylor Coleridge in his later years
Written and narrated by George Whalley
Readers:
Hugh Burden , Robert Marsden
Mary O'Farrell , Duncan Mclntyre and Gary Watson

Contributors

Unknown:
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Readers:
George Whalley
Readers:
Hugh Burden
Readers:
Robert Marsden
Unknown:
Mary O'Farrell
Unknown:
Duncan McLntyre
Unknown:
Gary Watson

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