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by WILLIAM WYCHERLEY
Music by Solomon Eccles adapted and arranged by Lionel Salter with Edith Evans , Joan Plowright and Clive Revill
THE SCENE: London 1675
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX : third broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (8.65-9.10 app.) Movements from
Lully's opera-ballet
Le Temple de la Paix played by the Oiseau-Lvre Orchestral Ensemble conducted by Louis de Froment on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
William Wycherley
Music By:
Solomon Eccles
Arranged By:
Lionel Salter
Unknown:
Edith Evans
Unknown:
Joan Plowright
Unknown:
Clive Revill
Produced By:
Charles Lefeaux
Conducted By:
Louis de Froment
Mr Horner:
Clive Revill
A Quack:
Howieson Culff
Boy:
Nigel Anthony
Sir Jasper Fidget:
Mark Dignam
Ladv Fidget:
Edith Evans
Mrs Dainty Fidget, sister to Sir Jasper:
Sylvia Coleridge
Mr Harcourt:
Richard Hurndall
Mr Dorilant:
Michael Turner
Mr Sparkish:
Anthony Jacobs
Mr Pinchwife:
Douglas Wilmer
Mrs Margery Pinchwife:
Joan Plowright
Alithea sister to Pinchwife:
Mary Watson
Mrs Squeamish:
Nan Munro
Old Lady Squeamish:
Fabia Drake
Lucy, maid to Alithea:
Judith Whale

Opera in one act Music by Ravel
Libretto by Colette sung in French with the Chorus and Maitrise of the Radiodiffusion-Télévision Francaise and the Orchestre National, Paris conducted by LoriN MAAZEL
The action takes place in the school-room and garden of a country house in Normandy. on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By:
Lorin Maazel
The Child:
Francoise Ogeas
The Mother:
Jeanine Collard
The Chinese Cup:
Jeanine Collard
The Dragonfly:
Jeanine Collard
The Fire:
Sylvaine Gilma
ThePrinces:
Sylvaine Gilma
The Nightingale:
Sylvaine Gilma
The Owl:
Sylvaine Gilma
The Chair:
Jeanne Berbié
The Shepherd:
Jeanne Berbié
?he She-Cat:
Jeanne Berbie
The Squirrel:
Jeanne Berbié
The Shepherdess:
Colette Herzog
The Bat:
Colette Herzog
The Wedgwood Teapot:
Michel Sénéchal
The Little Old Man:
Michel Sénéchal
The Frog:
Michel Sénéchal
The Armchair:
Heinz Rehfuss
The Tree:
Heinz Rehfuss
The Grandfather Clock):
Camille Maurane
The Tom-Cat:
Camille Maurane

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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