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: June Evening

The story of Holdsworth Street In a Lancashire town on the evening of June 21, 1921 by Bill Naughton.

(BBC recording)
To be repeated on Friday at 10.0


Writer: Bill Naughton
Production: Douglas Cleverdon
Beatty Tatlock: Vida Paterson
Ernie Tatlock: Peter Wilde
Mrs. Tatlock (Sarah): Catherine Salkeld
Mrs. Catford: Barbara Greenhalgh
Charlie Catford: Jack Howarth
Jack Harwood: Martin Starkie
Tom O'Sullivan: Charles Alexander
Alec Snowcroft: Frank Partington
Mr. Hulton: John Sharp
Philip Hulton: John Bryning
Mrs. Hulton: Violet Carson
Mr. Hibbert: Harry Markham
Mrs. Whittle: Beatrice Varley
Mr. Whittle: John Hollis
Mr. Sedwin: David March
Mrs. Sedwin: Joyce Latham
Mrs. Walmsley: Irene Sutcliffe
Mr. Walmsley : James Thomason
Joe Holden: Godfrey Bayldon
Narrator: Arthur Young

: Chamber Music

The Hirsch String Quartet: Leonard Hirsch, Albert Chasey, Stephen Shingles, Francisco Gabarro
Last of five programmes including the string quartets of Wordsworth.


Violinist (The Hirsch String Quartet): Leonard Hirsch
Violinist (The Hirsch String Quartet): Albert Chasey
Viola (The Hirsch String Quartet): Stephen Shingles
Cellist (The Hirsch String Quartet): Francisco Gabarro

: Two Views of Divorce

A discussion between a Roman Catholic priest and a solicitor.
Canon T. J. FitzGerald, a priest in one of the most populous Roman Catholic parishes in London, and a solicitor, with a similarly wide experience, discuss their differences.
(BBC recording)
First of three programmes


Panellist: Canon T. J. FitzGerald
Panellist: A solicitor [name uncredited]

: Song Recital

Anna Raquel Satre (soprano), Josephine Lee (piano)
(BBC recording)


Soprano: Anna Raquel Satre
Pianist: Josephine Lee

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