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2: The Pursuit of the Whole
A programme on the ideas and work of the Ministry of Education's development group
Speakers:
STIRRAT JOHNSON-MARSHALL, architect, for several years Chief Architect to the Ministry of Education
DEREK MORRELL, civil servant, formerly Head of the Ministry of Education Architects and Building Branch.
'Development groups' are a new thing in public life and contribute in an unobtrusive way to bridging the gap between different forms of skill and experience.
: second broadcast

by GEORGES SCHEHADE
Translated by Robert Baldick
Music composed by Hans Heimler with James Hayter , William Devlin
Richard Wordsworth , Martin Starkle
Characters in order of speaking
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Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company The English Chamber Orchestra Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted by Maurits Sillem Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
The action takes place in the mid-nineteenth century in the Port of Bristol, and in Brazil.

Contributors

Unknown:
Georges Schehade
Translated By:
Robert Baldick
Composed By:
Hans Heimler
Unknown:
James Hayter
Unknown:
William Devlin
Unknown:
Richard Wordsworth
Unknown:
Martin Starkle
Leader:
Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By:
Maurits Sillem
Produced By:
Charles Lefeaux
Mr Strawberry:
James Hayter
Christopher:
Martin Starkie
Georgia:
Hilda Schroder
Cheston:
Petter Copley
Father Lamb:
Richard Wordsworth
Jim:
Leo Carera
Diego:
Derek Birch
Petty-Officer Alexander Whitaker:
John Brynfno
Admiral Punt:
William Devlin
Commander Greenwich:
Godfrey Kenton
Captain Whisper:
Haydn Jones
Senhor Panetta:
Peter Claughton
Parrot Caldas:
John Graham
Cocolina:
June Tobin
Don Alfonso:
Philip Leaver
Midshipman James Hogan:
Terry Wale
Captain Gordon:
Derek Blomfield

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