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by William Golding
Adapted as a play for radio by Archie Campbell
[starring] Alan Badel

(BBC recording)
(Nigel Stock is in "Paddle Your Own Canoe" at the Criterion Theatre, London)
(To be repeated on Thursday at 9.5)
(William Golding writes on page 8)

followed by an interlude at 6.25

Contributors

Author:
William Golding
Adapter/Producer:
Archie Campbell
Composer/Conductor:
Christopher Whelen
Narrator:
Haydn Jones
Christopher ('Pincher'):
Alan Badel
C.P.O.:
Robert Sansom
Naval Rating:
Peter Wilde
The Voices:
The Sea: Anthony Newlands
The Voices:
'Pincher' (the inner man): Haydn Jones
The Voices:
Nat: Nigel Stock
The Voices:
Naval Commander: Godfrey Kenton
The Voices:
Pete: Frank Partington
The Voices:
Helen: June Tobin
The Voices:
George: Frank Windsor
The Voices:
Barmaid: Una Venning
The Voices:
Mary: Sheila Manahan
The Voices:
The Dwarf: Baliol Holloway
The Epilogue:
Davidson: John Rae
The Epilogue:
Campbell: Duncan McIntyre
[Actor]:
Will Leighton
[Actor]:
John Bryning
[Actor]:
John Graham

Friederike Sailer (soprano) Marga Hoffgen (contralto)
Peter Pears (tenor)
Fritz Wunderlich (tenor)
Kieth Engen (bass) Horst Giinter (bass)
Munich Bach Choir
Orchestra of the Bach Festival, Ansbach
Conducted by Karl Richter
PART 1

Contributors

Soprano:
Friederike Sailer
Contralto:
Marga Hoffgen
Tenor:
Peter Pears
Tenor:
Fritz Wunderlich
Bass:
Kieth Engen
Bass:
Horst Giinter
Conducted By:
Karl Richter

' Priam and Achilles'
Book 24, lines 159-237 and 440-642 Translated by Robert Fitzgerald
* The Lament for Hector Book 24, lines 6»2-804
Translated by William Arrowsmith
Read by Denis McCarthy
Series arranged by D. S. Carne-Ross
Last of twelve readings from Homer's Iliad in new translations by different hands.

Contributors

Translated By:
Robert Fitzgerald
Translated By:
William Arrowsmith
Read By:
Denis McCarthy
Arranged By:
D. S. Carne-Ross

Third Programme

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