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: Nigel Stock with Aubrey Mather, Anthony Jacobs in 'ALL NIGHT AT MR. STANYHURST'S'

A dramatic script by E. J. King Bull from the novel by Hugh Edwards
Incidental music composed and directed by John Hotchkis
At Mr. Stanyhurst's:
At large:
Enic Anderson , John. Cazabon
Malcolm Graeme , Charles Leno Geoffrey Matthews. Johm Sharp and Brian Wilde
Production by E. J. King Bull


Script By: E. J. King Bull
Novel By: Hugh Edwards
Directed By: John Hotchkis
Unknown: Enic Anderson
Unknown: John. Cazabon
Unknown: Malcolm Graeme
Unknown: Charles Leno
Unknown: Geoffrey Matthews.
Unknown: Johm Sharp
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Production By: E. J. King
Black Joel: Frank Singuineau
Abbe Jacotot: Aubrey Mather
Cluniy stanyhurst: Anthony Jacobs
Lucy (' Blanchefleur '): Denise Bryer
Julie, her maid,: Sulwen Morgan
Thomas Pidgeon: Nigel Stock


See panel below
Sonata in F, Op. 6: March 17


by Max Walters
Curator of the Herbarium.
University of Cambridge
Since 1954, amateur and professional botanists have been co-operating in collecting information on the occurrence of every flowering plant and fern throughout the British Isles. An atlas of maps showing the distribution of these plants will eventually be published. Dr. Walters as Director of the Distribution Maps Scheme of the Botanical Society of the British Isles, is responsible for this work.


Unknown: Max Walters


by Donald McLachlan
In analysing the controversy between advocates of conventional and of nuclear weapons, Mr. McLachlan proposes the appointment of a new Esher Committee to consider the future shape of Britain's defence policy and the kind of forces needed to carry it out.


Unknown: Donald McLachlan


A programme of poetry and jazz
Written by Christopher Logue
Music composed by Tony Kinsey and Bill Ie Sage played by the Tony Kinsey Quintet:
Les Condon (trumpet) Ken Wray (trombone) Kenny Napper (bass)
Bill le Sage (vibes and piano)
Tony Kinsey (drums)
This sequence of poems is freely adapted from the Spanish of Pablo Neruda.
Reader, Christopher Logue
Co-ordination by Charles Fox
Produced by D. S. Carne-Ross


Written By: Christopher Logue
Composed By: Tony Kinsey
Composed By: Bill Ie Sage
Unknown: Les Condon
Unknown: Ken Wray
Bass: Kenny Napper
Bass: Bill Le Sage
Piano: Tony Kinsey
Reader: Pablo Neruda.
Reader: Christopher Logue
Unknown: Charles Fox
Produced By: D. S. Carne-Ross

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