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The Way of the World by WILLIAM CONGREVE with Edith Evans , John Gielgurd
Margaret Rutherford
Music by John Eccles Adapted and arranged by Lionel Salter
Followers of Mistress Millamant:
Other parts played by r. members of the BBCDrama Repertory Company
THE SCENE: London 1700
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
: second broadcast
DURING the INTERVAL (9 5-9 15 app ) Movements from a Serenade by Heinrich Biber played by the philomusica of London directed from the harpsichord by Thurston Dart on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
William Congreve
Unknown:
Edith Evans
Unknown:
John Gielgurd
Music By:
John Eccles
Arranged By:
Lionel Salter
Produced By:
Charles Lefeaux
Unknown:
Heinrich Biber
Unknown:
Thurston Dart
MIRABELL,in love with Mistress Millamant:
John Gielgud
FAINALLin love with Mistress Mar-wood:
Anthony Nicholls
WITWOUD:
Robert Eddison
PETULANT:
Denys Blakelock
MISTRESS FAINALL,daughter to Lady Wishfort and wife to Fainall, formerly friejid to Mirabell:
June Tobin
MISTRESS MARWOOD.friend to Fainall and likes Mirabell:
Lydia Sherwood
MISTRESS MILLAMANT.a fine lady,niece to Lady Wishfort and loves Mirabell:
Edith Evans
MINCING, woman to Mistress Millamant:
Jane Jordan Rogers
WAITWELL, servant to Mirabell:
Keith Williams
FOIBLE,woman to Lady Wishfort:
Jessie Evans
LADY WISHFORT. enemyto Mirabell for having falsely pretended love to her:
Margaret Rutherford
Peg, maid to Lady Wishfort:
Freda Dowie
SIR WILFULL WITWOUD,half-brother to Witwoud and nephew to Lady Wishfort:
Alexander Gauge

Patricia Clark (soprano) Charles Spinks (organ) The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Leader, Neville Marriner John Churchill harpsichord continuo

Contributors

Soprano:
Patricia Clark
Soprano:
Charles Spinks
Leader:
Neville Marriner
Harpsichord:
John Churchill

Third Programme

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