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by L. P. Hartley A radio sequel to
'The Shrimp and the Anemone ' adapted as a play in two parts by Archie Campbell
PART
' The Sixth Heaven '
Cast in order of speaking:
Pianist. Frederick Stone
The action takes place in Oxford, Willesden, and at Anchorstone Hall. Time: 1920-1921.
9.6 app. DURING THE INTERVAL
Five three-part Inventions by Bach played by Lukas Foss (piano) on a gramophone record
9.15 app. PART 2
* Eustace and Hilda' *
IN Venice:
The action takes place in Venice and at New Anchorstone m the summer of 1921. Production by Archie Campbell

Contributors

Unknown:
L. P. Hartley
Unknown:
Archie Campbell
Pianist:
Frederick Stone
Played By:
Lukas Foss
Production By:
Archie Campbell
Eustace:
David Spenser
Hilda:
Olive Gregg
Stephen:
Hugh Manning
First undergraduate:
William Eedle
Dr Gregory:
Martin Lewis
Aunt Sarah:
Betty Hardy
Barbara:
Beryl Calder
Wedding guest:
Una Venning
Jimmy Crankshaw:
Charles Kay
Mrs Crankshaw:
Ella Milne
Miss Farrell:
Kathleen Helme
Club steward:
John Ruddock
Anthony Lachish:
Charles Hodgson
Club member:
John Graham
Dick Staveley:
Andrew Faulds
Alice, a maid:
Hilda Schroder
Sir John Staveley:
Lionel Marson
Anne his daughter:
Ann Rye
Lady Staveley:
Elsa Palmer
Crosby, a butler:
Lockwood West
Monica:
June Tobin
Lady Nelly:
Patience Collier
Victor:
Frederick Treves
Ticket collector:
Ginto Rizzi
Majordomo:
Ginto Rizzi
Barman:
Ginto Rizzi
Erminio. a young gondolier:
G Pazzi Axworthy
Mario a manservant:
G Pazzi Axworthy
French maid:
Gladys Spencer
Countess Loredan:
Gladys Spencer
Silvestro a gondolier:
M Forti
Jasper Bentwich:
Denys Blakelock
Lord Morecambe:
Ian Lubbock
Lady Morecambe:
Jane Jordan Rogers
Elvira, a maid:
Maria Grazia-Paltrinieri
Grotian, the pianist:
John Ruddock
AT ' CAMBO ': Minney:
Molly Lumley

from Berlioz to the present day
12—Fauré
LA CHANSON d'EVE
Paradis; Prima verba; Roses ardentes; Comme Dieu rayonne; L'aube blanche; Eau vivantc; Veilles-tu, ma senteur de soleil?; Dans un parfum de roses blanches;
Crepuscule; 0 mort, poussiere d'6toiles
Irma Kolassi (soprano)
Jacqueline Bonneau (piano)
(Recording made available by courtesy of Radiodiffusion-Television Franchise)
A series of sixteen programmes Songs by Debussy: December 23

Contributors

Soprano:
Irma Kolassi
Piano:
Jacqueline Bonneau

Third Programme

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More