Should It be Legalised?
Speakers: Richard O'Sullivan. K.C .; Major Greenwood. F.R.S.. Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology and Vital Statistics at the University of London, and member of the Consultative Medical Council of the Voluntary Euthanasia Legalisation Society; and a woman physician
by Ben Jonson
Music by Elizabeth Lutyens
Musicians conducted by Edward Clark
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Adaptation and production by R. D. Smith
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Haggise a watchman:
de la Torre
Trouble-all, a madman:
Whit, a bawd:
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