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: ' EUSTACE AND HILDA'

by L. P. Hartley A radio sequel to
'The Shrimp and the Anemone ' adapted as a play in two parts by Archie Campbell
PART
' The Sixth Heaven '
Cast in order of speaking:
Pianist. Frederick Stone
The action takes place in Oxford, Willesden, and at Anchorstone Hall. Time: 1920-1921.
9.6 app. DURING THE INTERVAL
Five three-part Inventions by Bach played by Lukas Foss (piano) on a gramophone record
9.15 app. PART 2
* Eustace and Hilda' *
IN Venice:
The action takes place in Venice and at New Anchorstone m the summer of 1921. Production by Archie Campbell

Contributors

Unknown: L. P. Hartley
Unknown: Archie Campbell
Pianist: Frederick Stone
Played By: Lukas Foss
Production By: Archie Campbell
Eustace: David Spenser
Hilda: Olive Gregg
Stephen: Hugh Manning
First undergraduate: William Eedle
Dr Gregory: Martin Lewis
Aunt Sarah: Betty Hardy
Barbara: Beryl Calder
Wedding guest: Una Venning
Jimmy Crankshaw: Charles Kay
Mrs Crankshaw: Ella Milne
Miss Farrell: Kathleen Helme
Club steward: John Ruddock
Anthony Lachish: Charles Hodgson
Club member: John Graham
Dick Staveley: Andrew Faulds
Alice, a maid: Hilda Schroder
Sir John Staveley: Lionel Marson
Anne his daughter: Ann Rye
Lady Staveley: Elsa Palmer
Crosby, a butler: Lockwood West
Monica: June Tobin
Lady Nelly: Patience Collier
Victor: Frederick Treves
Ticket collector: Ginto Rizzi
Majordomo: Ginto Rizzi
Barman: Ginto Rizzi
Erminio. a young gondolier: G Pazzi Axworthy
Mario a manservant: G Pazzi Axworthy
French maid: Gladys Spencer
Countess Loredan: Gladys Spencer
Silvestro a gondolier: M Forti
Jasper Bentwich: Denys Blakelock
Lord Morecambe: Ian Lubbock
Lady Morecambe: Jane Jordan Rogers
Elvira, a maid: Maria Grazia-Paltrinieri
Grotian, the pianist: John Ruddock
AT ' CAMBO ': Minney: Molly Lumley

: FRENCH SONG

from Berlioz to the present day
12—Fauré
LA CHANSON d'EVE
Paradis; Prima verba; Roses ardentes; Comme Dieu rayonne; L'aube blanche; Eau vivantc; Veilles-tu, ma senteur de soleil?; Dans un parfum de roses blanches;
Crepuscule; 0 mort, poussiere d'6toiles
Irma Kolassi (soprano)
Jacqueline Bonneau (piano)
(Recording made available by courtesy of Radiodiffusion-Television Franchise)
A series of sixteen programmes Songs by Debussy: December 23

Contributors

Soprano: Irma Kolassi
Piano: Jacqueline Bonneau








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