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Annie Laffra (cello)
Michel Ferret (piano)


Cello: Annie Laffra
Piano: Michel Ferret

: Marius Goring, Hugh Burden with Frank Pettingell, Jill Bennett Peter Coke. and Margaret Whiting 'THE TRIAL OF MITYA KARAMAZOV'

An adaptation from Dostoevsky's novel by David Tutaev
Two ladies in the court
Susan Westerby and Gillian Sterrett
Other parts played by Andrew Sachs. Malcolm Hayes Michael Griffiths , John Graham
Haydn Jones. Will Leighton and Ann Rye
Music for the guitar selected by Bernard Keeffe and played by Bert Weedon
Production by Frederick Bradnum (The recorded broadcast of Nov. 17)
DURlNG the INTERVAL (9.35-9.45 app.):
A movement from Borodin's
String Quartet No. 1. in A played by the Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet on a gramophone record


Novel By: David Tutaev
Unknown: Susan Westerby
Unknown: Gillian Sterrett
Played By: Andrew Sachs.
Played By: Malcolm Hayes
Played By: Michael Griffiths
Played By: John Graham
Unknown: Haydn Jones.
Unknown: Will Leighton
Unknown: Ann Rye
Unknown: Bernard Keeffe
Played By: Bert Weedon
Production By: Frederick Bradnum
Mitya Karamazov: Marius Goring
Alyosha Karamazov: Hugh Burden
Ivan Karamazov: Peter Coke
Fyodor Karamazov: Frank Pettingell
Grushenka Svetlova: Jill Bennett
Katerina Ivanovna: Margaret Whiting
Father Zossima: Denys Blakelock
President of Court: Arthur Young
Defence Counsel: Peter Bull
Prosecuting Counsel: David Aylmer
Grigori: George Merritt
Mikhail Rakhitin: Roger Snowdon
Smerdyakov: John Sharp
Doctor Herzenstube: Jeffrey Segal
Lisa: Rosalind Knight
Trifon, the Innkeeper: Trevor Martin

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