A lyric comedy in three acts
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The action takes place in and around Windsor in the reign of King Henry IV.
Scene 1: The taproom at the Garter Inn Scene 2: The garden of Ford's house
Scene 1: The taproom at the Garter Inn
Colin LEYS, Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, who has made an extensive study of the Central African Federation. analyses the results of last week's general election, the first based on the extended franchise. He considers what these results portend for the future of partnership between white and black.
by Dorothy Baker
Production by Christopher Sykes
For cast see Wednesday at 8.0
' Whoever heard of a war without concerts! ' This radio comedy tells the story of the struggles of an Anglo-French committee in their continually frustrated efforts to organise a grand concert in honour of a visiting French Minister in 1944. The scene is a great city in the Midlands.
by Geoffrey Chaucer
A modernised version for broadcasting arranged and produced by Terence Tiller with Ysanne Churchman , June Tobin Peter Augustine , Hugh Manning
Harold Reese , Leonard Sachs Julian Sherrier , Gabriel Woolf
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