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by Norman Marsh
Mr. Marsh is Director of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, which has recently been examining the changes that entry into the Common Market would bring into our legal system.
: second broadcast
The Common Market and the People's Choice, by H. C. Allen : July 9


Norman Marsh
H. C. Allen

An engineering firm in Northern England appointed a Works Manager in difficult circumstances, and employed a firm of outside consultants to help them in the selection.
BRIAN REDHEAD introduces the men concerned, who re-live their interviews and discuss their reactions.
Produced by BRIAN BLAKE
Recorded in the Manchester studios of the BBC: second broadcast

by Brendan Behan
with Jack MacGowran, Murray Melvin, Patrick Magee, Mary O'Farrell, Celia Salkeld, Peggy Marshall
A melodrama of Dublin life arranged for broadcasting by Dominic Behan and H.A.L. Craig

Characters: [see below]

(BBC recording: third broadcast)


Brendan Behan
Arranged for broadcasting by:
Dominic Behan
Arranged for broadcasting by:
H.A.L. Craig
Songs arranged and directed by:
Kathleen O'Connor
H.B. Fortuin
Pat, caretaker of a lodging house:
Jack MacGowran
Meg Dillon, lady of the house:
Peggy Marshall
Two of the girls - Colette:
Sally Travers
Two of the girls - Bobo:
Peggy Burt
Two of the boys - Princess Grace:
Billy Quin
Two of the boys - Rio Rita:
Clifton Jones
Monsewer, owner of the house:
Patrick Mages
Mr Mulleady:
Denys Hawthorne
Miss Gilchrist, a social worker:
Mary O'Farrell
IRA Officer:
Brian O'Higgins
Teresa, a country girl:
Celia Salkeld
Leslie, a British soldier:
Murray Melvin
IRA Volunteer:
Rio Fanning

Ode for St. Cecilia's Day sung by Teresa Stich-Randall (soprano) Alexander Young (tenor) London Chamber Singers with the London Chamber Orchestra
Conducted by Anthony Bernard on a gramophone record


Teresa Stich-Randall
Alexander Young
Conducted By:
Anthony Bernard

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