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by J. I. M. Stewart
(' Michael Innes ')
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Also taking part: Petra Davies Roger Delgado. Stanley Groome
Edna Mary Ravenscroft
Ronald Sidney , John Styles
Patrick Troughton , Nita Hanson
Tuckets and flourishes by William Wordsworth
Hamlet encounters a rationalising and psychological interpretation of his predicament such as has been brought to bear on Shakespeare's tragedy in modern times.
This is the fifth of six programmes by J. I. M. Stewart on Shakespearean themes.
A Smack of Hamlet ': April 30
(postponed from February 26)

Contributors

Unknown:
J. I. M. Stewart
Unknown:
Michael Innes
Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Unknown:
Petra Davies
Unknown:
Roger Delgado.
Unknown:
Stanley Groome
Unknown:
Edna Mary Ravenscroft
Unknown:
Ronald Sidney
Unknown:
John Styles
Unknown:
Patrick Troughton
Unknown:
Nita Hanson
Unknown:
William Wordsworth
Unknown:
J. I. M. Stewart
Doctor Mungo:
John Laurie
His boy:
Denise Bryer
Horatio:
J Hubert Leslie
King Fortinbras:
Baliol Holloway
Hamlet:
Paul Scofield
Mother of Ophelia:
Genine Graham
First Player (' Hamlet '):
Oliver Burt
Second Player (' Horatio '):
Hamilton Dyce
Third Player (' Fortinbras '):
John Turnbull

by Maurice de Sausmarez
The speaker is a painter who has had frequent occasion to observe current practice in English art education: he argues that whereas the handling of the art of young children is an acknowledged success, art teaching in adolescence is in need of radical revision. ' Dissipated octopuses ' is the term he uses to characterise a type of work commonly found in secondary schools today.

Contributors

Unknown:
Maurice de Sausmarez

Third Programme

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